Announcing the SLA 2013 Feedback Pack

Recently, we sent out the call for volunteers for the SLA 2013 Feedback Pack, a group that will help SLA improve the annual conference experience. We received over fifty applications […] Read More »

Capture Your Conference Experience by Blogging

The SLA Annual Conference is a unique experience. It’s huge and confusing and contains too much information to process. Blogging is a great way to reflect on the experience afterward […] Read More »

Preparing for Tough Interview Questions: Tips from TRAK Records & Library

This guest SLA Blog post is by Raechel Clark-Welch and Maura Barnes, national recruiters for TRAK Records & Library. TRAK is the sponsor of the Career Connections program at the […] Read More »

Making It Count! Face to Face with Vendors at the SLA INFO-EXPO

Friday, 17 May at 17:00 UTC (18:00 BST, 19:00 CET) 1:00 pm Eastern / 12:00 pm Central / 11:00 am Mountain / 10:00 am Pacific The SLA Legal Division, Baseball Caucus and Illinois Chapter invite you to attend a FREE […] Read More »

SLA 2013: Politics, Pregnancy, and a Panel Presentation

In the New York Times, pollster Nate Silver makes incredibly accurate predictions about the 2012 U.S. presidential election. A thousand miles away, in Minneapolis, Target sends coupons for free diapers […] Read More »

Does Your Professional Future Include KM and Knowledge Services?

From guest blogger Dale Stanley, director of literature resources, Gilead Sciences, and senior consultant, SMR International. He is an instructor for the KM/Knowledge Services Certificate program offered by SLA in […] Read More »

Coming to SLA 2013? Make a Plan

This is a guest post by SLA member and soon-to-be honored SLA Fellow, Dennie Heye. To get the most out of the SLA Annual Conference, I strongly suggest you see […] Read More »

Add a Spotlight Session to Your SLA 2013 Schedule

Have you thought about attending a Spotlight Session in San Diego at SLA 2013? A list of the Monday Spotlight Sessions is below.  Read more about the Sunday Spotlight Sessions […] Read More »

Congratulations to the 2013 Louise Leckner Memorial Travel Stipend Recipients

Since 2009, IOP Publishing, a generous and long-time supporter of libraries and librarians, has provided funding for new PAM librarians with four $1,000 stipends to help defray the costs of […] Read More »

Copyright Education That Invites Participation and Cooperation

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and Certificate in Copyright Management instructor: You know you need to spread the copyright message with your colleagues but keeping the copyright […] Read More »

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