Free Webinar: The Current State of Reference

How has the rapid evolution of digital tools and information access changed the reference landscape? What will reference look like in 2, 5, and 10 years? Join us on Wednesday, […] Read More »

U.S. Copyright: What You Need to Know

5 February 2014 – You may have seen Certificate in Copyright Management instructor Lesley Ellen Harris’ recent post on managing copyright.  Now, it’s time to focus on U.S. copyright. CCM200 […] Read More »

Managing Copyright in Your Library

16 January 2014 — From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and the instructor for SLA’s Certificate in Copyright Management program: When seeking answers on copyright law, many people […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Searching Beyond Google and Tools for More Efficient Research

Jan. 14, 2014 – Online search is a critical component of R&D. But with so many options, where should scientists, engineers and analysts go to find the right information? Speaker Mary […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Fully Utilizing Research Sources with IHS Knowledge Collections

This Webinar has already occurred. Please view the Webcast Replay. Companies invest lots of money in information subscriptions to satisfy growing knowledge demands from researchers, engineers and other technical professionals. […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Turn Information Into Insight & Show Them What They’re Missing

Are your end-users still searching for business-critical information on the open web? If so, this SLA PartnerTalks webinar can help you encourage changes in their search behavior – and increase the value […] Read More »

Learn about the importance of copyright management during this free webinar

You are cordially invited to participate in SLA’s upcoming online copyright management open house and learn why attention to copyright is vital for your organization. This free event, hosted by […] Read More »

Change management and the preservation of knowledge sharing

What is change management? Change management focuses on the “human” side of an implementation, working with those interpersonal skills that result in success in any operational activity. How is change […] Read More »

Copyright in Canada

Last November, major amendments to the Canadian Copyright Act came into force. These amendments brought the Canadian Copyright Act up to date to meet the current-day needs of creators, users […] Read More »

Prepare Yourself for the Knowledge Development/ Knowledge Sharing Framework Your Management Is Asking For

From guest blogger Guy St. Clair, subject matter expert and lecturer for Columbia University’s Information and Knowledge Strategy master’s program, and president, SMR International.  Guy is an instructor for the […] Read More »

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  • Chapter and Division gatherings and other special events are a big part of the #SLA2018 experience. Be sure to RSVP… https://t.co/IeMjjfTfjU
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