The Art of Managing Copyright Issues in Your Enterprise

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and Certificate in Copyright Management instructor: How do you go from being overwhelmed with copyright issues to managing copyright on a daily […] Read More »

Copyright open house replay now available

A replay of our recent virtual open house, "Why We Need to Manage Copyright," is now available. Watch this one-hour webinar to learn more about copyright management and compliance from […] Read More »

Copyright risk management checklist

From Lesley Ellen Harris, Certificate in Copyright Management instructor and host of the upcoming virtual open house on copyright management: Copyright risk management is key to copyright compliance.  A short […] Read More »

Learn About Copyright in 2013

Join us at 1:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 27, for a free virtual open house for SLA's Certificate in Copyright Management program. "Why We Need to Manage Copyright" is […] Read More »

Using Google Sites to Create an E-Portfolio

E-portfolios are back by popular demand! In May, we presented an introductory Webinar on e-portfolios, during which nearly 300 participants learned what an e-portfolio was and what tools could be […] Read More »

Significant Changes in Canadian Copyright Law

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, Certificate in Copyright Management instructor and author of Canadian Copyright Law.  The summer of 2012 was an important time for Canadian copyright law: On […] Read More »

Get Insider Insights for Your Job Search or Career Change

Get the inside information you need to position yourself in a new job or career field. On Wednesday, October 10 (new date!), join presenters Scott Brown and Kim Dority for […] Read More »

What You Need to Know About the Knowledge Audit

Starting in August…KMKS102. The Knowledge Audit: Evaluating Intellectual Capital Use The knowledge audit is an evaluation tool which combines the standard needs analysis with the information audit (how research resources […] Read More »

A New and Improved Conference in 2013

This Plan is Our Plan:Connect, Collaborate and Strategize for a Better SLA Annual Conference Plans for SLA 2013 in San Diego are shaping up. The 2013 event reflects exciting new […] Read More »

In-depth learning at SLA 2012

It's not too late to consider registering for one or more continuing education courses at SLA 2012 in Chicago. These courses are in-depth half- and full-day learning sessions presented by […] Read More »

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