Many Ways to Learn: The Best of Information Outlook

What kind of content appeals to you—not just the topic, but the way it’s presented? Maybe you prefer how-to information, like a piece that describes the steps you should take […] Read More »

Show and Tell: Two Views of Data Visualization

Behind every good infographic are data—and a question. Actually, several questions. “Using infographics is really a question of who your audience is and how much they care to know,” says […] Read More »

In SLA, ‘Member Benefits’ is Redundant

SLA offers many great member benefits, such as discounts on conference and course registration and access to an online community tool. But in listening to SLA members talk about their […] Read More »

Learning: A Year-Round Process Within SLA

Ever wondered how your library or information center compares to others in terms of staffing, services, and customers? Want to learn how to develop and apply cultural intelligence at your […] Read More »

If You Can Leverage a Taxonomy to Aid Findability …

If you can read this, thank a teacher. This adage, usually attributed to former U.S. President Harry Truman, became popular on T-shirts and bumper stickers during the late 20th century. […] Read More »

Help Fill SLA’s ‘Pool’ of Learning

If you’re looking for a Webinar, workshop, or session about some aspect of special librarianship, odds are good an SLA chapter or division is offering it. A recent review of […] Read More »

Unleash Your Inner Teacher!

Librarians go by dozens of different titles—knowledge analyst, research director, and shared services manager, to name just three. But no matter your title, you probably fill several roles that are […] Read More »

Experience the SLA Virtual Conference in November

Join your info pros colleagues on November 12 for the SLA 2015 Virtual Conference. The virtual event features three popular sessions from the annual conference in June. The sessions received […] Read More »

Add ‘Copyright Guru’ to Your Resume

If you have been meaning to take a course on the updated Canadian copyright law, this may be the time to do so. Starting September 24, the updated Canadian Copyright […] Read More »

Practical Techniques for Facilitating Change in Your Organization

Once you determine how your organization can work better (smarter!), it’s imperative to manage the process that brings about that change. Join Dale Stanley and Deb Hunt as they explore […] Read More »

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