Conference Slides and Handouts Now Available

The presentations and handouts we’ve received from SLA 2015 speakers are now available in the online planner. Links to these documents are in the conference session records, below the session […] Read More »

Make Social Media Work for Your Unit

Does your SLA chapter, division or caucus use social media? Would you like help making that first step, or would you like some tips on how to do it better? […] Read More »

Join the Competencies Conversation in Boston at SLA 2015

The Competencies Task Force is holding a session at SLA 2015 in Boston on Monday, June 15, at 4:00 p.m. in room 153C in the convention center. Please join task […] Read More »

SLA to Honor Marjorie Hlava with Dana Award

On June 14, the Special Libraries Association will present its most prestigious award to an author, innovator, and entrepreneur who has played a leading role in creating and strengthening ties […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: SLA 2015 Closing General Session

Live from Boston—it’s #SLAtalk! Join Tracy Z. Maleeff, chair of SLA’s Online Content Advisory Council, for a very special Twitter chat on Tuesday, June 16, during the Closing General Session […] Read More »

SLA 2015: A Quick Check-In Starts Your Conference Journey in Boston

We hope you have registered and are set to arrive in Boston soon for SLA 2015! If you haven’t yet registered, ensure a quick check-in process in Boston by registering […] Read More »

Tales of Tweeting, Stories of Sharing: The 2015 Contributed Papers

What can Twitter tell us about library consultants? How can search go beyond keywords to incorporate meaning and intelligence? Why, how, when and with whom should organizations share data? How […] Read More »

Make Your Conference Experience ‘Extra’ Special

You’re going to the SLA 2015 Annual Conference in Boston for the big things—the education, the new ideas, the networking, the exhibits, the passion and energy you feel being around […] Read More »

Want to Do More Outreach? Ask PRAC for Help

Want to build better relationships with library schools, information vendors, or potential members? Trying to get your local newspaper to include coverage of your chapter’s events or awards announcements, but […] Read More »

Quick! What Should You Do If …

… you see a funnel cloud moving toward your library? You hear gunshots in another room in your office building? The power goes out suddenly, and it’s dark outside? Often, […] Read More »

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