SLA 2013: Register for Career Success Today

Positioned between SLA’s 2013 Leadership Summit and Valentine’s Day, the launch of SLA 2013 Early Bird Registration is timed perfectly to fill your nearest-and-dearest information professional with gratitude. Register yourself […] Read More »

PAM Travel Stipend for Attending 2013 SLA conference

The SLA-PAM Professional Development Committee is pleased to announce that IOP Publishing is once again sponsoring four conference travel stipends to help new librarians with the expenses of attending the […] Read More »

Looking Beyond the Numbers: SLA 2013 in San Diego

As SLA’s incoming president in 2013, I encourage all SLA members to take advantage of the SLA 2013 Early registration rate which is open until the end of this month. It’s […] Read More »

SLA 2013 Early Registration Now Open

Early registration for the 2013 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO (June 9-11 in San Diego) is now open. With over 200 sessions and SLA's industry-leading partners, SLA 2013 is the place […] Read More »

5 Early Career Professionals Remark on SLA 2012

SLA-Europe, through its Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) program, sent five of its members to their first SLA conference in Chicago last July. They've got some very interesting reflections about […] Read More »

Awards & Honors Nominations Now Open

It's that time of year again! Time to nominate your colleagues to be honored for their professional achievements and contributions to SLA. Star and Fellows: nominations open through November 15th. John […] Read More »

Got Research? Share It at SLA 2013!

The best-kept secrets at SLA Annual Conferences are the contributed paper sessions, which feature SLA members sharing their research and scholarship with their colleagues and peers. This year, approximately a […] Read More »

Making SLA truly international

SLA Board Candidate Question 5: SLA is an international organization. How can SLA involve and reach out more to members outside of North America? Tara Murray, candidate for Division Cabinet […] Read More »

Blogroll, Please: SLA 2012 Takeaways

It's been one month (can you believe it?) since we all ventured to Chicago for the 2012 Annual Conference. What's one new idea, tool, or thought you took home? Many […] Read More »

SLA 2012 Photos Available

Photos from the 2012 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO are now online. We've uploaded 50 to our Facebook Page, but there are many more. Who knows, you might even see yourself. […] Read More »

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