InfoTrends: A Technology Experience Like No Other

Working remotely and sheltering in place have put a premium on technology skills and networking opportunities. On June 30, SLA is hosting an event that combines the best of both, […] Read More »


Turn On, Tune In, Hang Out

Feeling cooped up after several weeks of social distancing? Anxious to interact with friends and colleagues and share stories and experiences? A hangout is just the answer—and you needn’t wear […] Read More »


Get a Head Start on Leadership in 2020

Want to learn about leadership? A good place to start is a library—but not because it has a lot of books and other resources about leadership. It’s because it has […] Read More »


Licensing Webinar Offers Preview of New Certificate Program

Librarians are not lawyers, though they need to understand contracts. Librarians are not police officers, although they may help enforce proper usage of content and resources. And librarians are not […] Read More »

Road to New Skills, New Job Begins with SLA

Looking for your first job, or trying to learn new skills so you can get a better one? Membership in SLA puts you on an inside track toward both. Starting […] Read More »

New Webinar Series Looks at Technology

Will blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) make inroads into libraries, or will they prove to be more hype than help? Are social media’s best days behind it, and will concerns […] Read More »

Is Your Integrated Library System Truly Integrated?

Does your integrated library system (ILS) help you manage tasks such as cataloging, circulation, acquisition, paying bills, and monitoring access? Of course it does—but it should do much more. That’s […] Read More »

SLA: Where the Learning Is

In Maurice Sendak’s popular children’s book Where the Wild Things Are, a boy’s bedroom magically transforms into a jungle, and he sails off to an island inhabited by “wild things” […] Read More »

Leading (and Managing) in the Library

Are great leaders and managers born, or made? When your career is on the line, why take chances? SLA offers several opportunities for special librarians and information professionals to enhance […] Read More »

Make the Most of Your Summer with SLA

Visiting interesting places. Getting together with friends. Recharging your mind. If these activities sound like your idea of a perfect summer, you’ll feel right at home in SLA. The highlight […] Read More »

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