Question Your SLA Conference Experience

A guest post from SLA member Jacob Ratliff, with tips for ensuring an excellent SLA 2015. The way to get the most out of your SLA conference experience is to […] Read More »

Business & Finance Division Will Offer a Unique Learning Opportunity in Boston

We hope to see you in Boston for SLA 2015.  We’ve asked members to tell you why they’ll be in Boston for the conference and what sessions and events they’re […] Read More »

Become a CI Supersleuth (No Spy Cam Required)

The term competitive intelligence may conjure up images of breaking into offices in the middle of the night or hacking into corporate databases, but if your idea of sleuthing doesn’t […] Read More »

SLA 2015 Tickets: Get Yours Today

A very limited number of tickets will be on sale in Boston for SLA 2015 ticketed events such as continuing education courses, division breakfasts and lunches, and tours, so purchase […] Read More »

SLA Names Three Rising Stars for 2015

SLA will honor two academic librarians and an information architect for their ‘exceptional promise’ when the association convenes its 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO in Boston later this year. Susmita […] Read More »

In-depth Learning: Copyright and KM at SLA 2015 in Boston

Now is the time to deepen your understanding in two critical areas for information professionals:  copyright and knowledge services. Join your colleagues in Boston and explore one or both of […] Read More »

Add Quick Takes to Your SLA 2015 Schedule

Quick Takes are 15-minute sessions you can easily incorporate into your SLA 2015 conference experience! What’s on the roster for Boston? Check these out: Understanding the New Sustainability Accounting Standards […] Read More »

Risk Taking + Responsiveness = Revolutionary Learning

When you hear the words innovative, forward-thinking and responsive, do you think of your library or information center? If not, you’ll want to hear what Leslie Reynolds and Stacey Greenwell […] Read More »

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 »

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