Take Your ‘A Game’ to the C-Suite

You may know your way around information, but do you know your way around the C-suite? If you don’t (or if you do but want to get better at it), […] Read More »

Hotel information for SLA 2015

SLA 2015 in Boston is just around the corner! An overview of conference hotels, including rates and distances from the convention center, has been posted on our site. Our housing […] Read More »

Submit Poster Session Proposals by Feb. 6

One of the must-attend events at SLA Annual Conferences is the opening reception in the EXPO-EXPO Hall, where conference attendees can make new friends and reconnect with old ones, visit […] Read More »

Paper Titles Portend a ‘Revolutionary’ SLA 2015

Encouraged to address topics that reflect the “Be Revolutionary” theme of the SLA 2015 Annual Conference, the information professionals who submitted proposals for contributed papers did not disappoint. From “Turning […] Read More »

SLA 2015: A Look Ahead at Our Keynote Speaker

This post originally appeared on the Website of the SLA Rocky Mountain Chapter. It is republished here (with minor modifications) with permission. Leigh Gallagher, an author, women’s rights advocate, and […] Read More »

Presenting a Poster Session? Act Now for Best Pricing

The All Sciences Poster Session Review Committee is now accepting submissions for early approval. Because we know many of you rely on presenting at the All Sciences session to help […] Read More »

15 Minutes of Fame, a Lasting Contribution

Andy Warhol famously (pardon the pun) said that “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” But what does 15 minutes of fame really get you, other than […] Read More »

Register Now for Lowest Rate for SLA 2015!

Super Saver registration is now open for the SLA 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO! Click here to register today! Take control of your career and harness the knowledge, ideas and […] Read More »

Hackfests: Helping Keep Libraries Relevant

“Can embedding a library hackfest into a first-year computer science course be an effective method to provide information literacy instruction and advocate open access?” With that question, Sarah Shujah began […] Read More »

Honor a Fellow Info Pro with an SLA Award!

Do you know a colleague or peer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? A librarian or information professional who has made an impact on your career […] Read More »

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