Information Outlook Goes Digital, Pushes Boundaries

Like so many info pros, Kim Silk, the subject of the "SLA Member Interview" in the January/February 2013 issue of Information Outlook, has a Website. On her site, she states […] Read More »

Job Hunting and Career Growth: an #SLAtalk!

SLA’s first Twitter chat of 2013 will focus on finding a job, and growing within that role. Tune-in to enjoy tips from both colleagues and SLA’s vendor partners. Two sessions […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Why adopt Near Field Communication (NFC) at Work?

In the latest "New Technology" column of Information Outlook, Sophia Guevara explains Near Field Communication (NFC) and discusses its potential uses for information professionals. If you've seen recent Samsung Galaxy […] Read More »

In Final Printed Issue, Information Outlook Looks at User Experience

A coffee bar, a TV lounge, comfortable chairs, dedicated quiet areas, 24/7 Internet access–the list of amenities that clients and customers expect from our libraries and information centers is long […] Read More »

#SLAchat: How do you collaborate?

In his column in the September-October issue of Information Outlook, Stephen Abram writes, "Disruptive technological innovations are creating new opportunities for information professionals to improve teams, workplaces and organizations." A […] Read More »

Information Outlook: Going Digital, Going Native

The September/October 2012 issue of Information Outlook is in the mail, and the November/December issue–the last printed issue of the magazine–is starting to take shape. In January 2013, the magazine […] Read More »

Serving the Workers and Workplaces of Tomorrow

What kinds of skills will information professionals need to learn if they are to be successful in the years ahead? Answering that question will depend at least partly on understanding […] Read More »

Trying to Keep Pace with SLA Members

Yesterday, the New Orleans Times-Picayune, one of the most storied names in the newspaper industry, announced that it would cease its daily publication schedule and instead print only three days […] Read More »

Needles in a Haystack

The term information overload was popularized in the 1970 book Future Shock by Adam Toffler, who correctly foresaw an era of rapid technological and sociological change that would leave many […] Read More »

Copyright and Libraries

CCM500 Library & Special Library Copyright Issues starts on Wednesday, March 28th, and we'd like you to be there! This online course focuses on the copyright-related concerns that arise in […] Read More »

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