More Systems Thinking = Less Foxhole Diving

The evidence, information and knowledge (EIK) provision environments in which we work have become more complex. Teams, leaders and objectives change with increasing frequency, expertise isn’t always applied the same […] Read More »

Tools for SLA 2013 in San Diego

Once you arrive in San Diego for SLA 2013, there will be many ways to find out about important news, hot spots, and can’t-miss sessions. The slideshow at the Information […] Read More »

‘A Fast-Paced Tour of New Ideas’

If a library is a place to learn and discover, Mike Walsh’s library knows no geographical or cultural bounds. One week he’s in Cairo watching political and religious movements build […] Read More »

Connect at the INFO-EXPO Opening Reception

The theme of SLA 2013 is Connect, Collaborate, Strategize, and the INFO-EXPO Opening Reception is the perfect time to connect while enjoying refreshments and the chance to win one of many great giveaways. […] Read More »

Ask the Copyright Expert at SLA 2013

Copyright certificate instructor, lawyer, and author Lesley Ellen Harris will be on hand at SLA 2013 to share her expertise with conference attendees. On Sunday, June 9, Lesley will be […] Read More »

Focus on Spotlight Sessions at SLA 2013

Have you finalized your SLA 2013 conference schedule? Will you be attending any Spotlight Sessions?  We hope so!  Continue reading for Tuesday’s highlights. You can also find out about the […] Read More »

Visiting San Diego for the First Time?

Or even if you’ve been to San Diego before, you might want to learn more about the city that’s hosting SLA 2013. If you want to get the lay of […] Read More »

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 »

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