Communities Offer Many Perspectives on Learning

A book club discussion about Ozan Varol’s Think Like a Rocket Scientist. An interactive training session on how to understand and use Robert’s Rules of Order. A panel discussion on […] Read More »


Six Months In, a DEI Progress Check

The deadly (and resurgent) COVID-19 pandemic has forced every segment of society—from national governments and multinational businesses to local communities and schools—to change their routines and alter their plans for […] Read More »

Our Customers, Ourselves: Computers in Libraries 2017

As the Internet has evolved and mobile devices have proliferated, libraries and librarians have engaged in a collective quest for a new identity, trying to discern their purpose and value […] Read More »

A Heart for Research, a Head for Business

Though perhaps best known as the capital of Texas, Austin is increasingly becoming popular as a cultural destination, epitomized by the South by Southwest (SXSW) music and film festivals held […] Read More »

Connect Your Clients with Their ‘Academic Discourse’

Many special librarians use social media to connect with friends, colleagues, and potential employers, but how many use these tools to help their clients link to research and researchers in […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: Proactively Create Solutions

In November 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

Tasks for Modern Info Pros: A Brief Review

In October 2013, SLA published The Evolving Value of Information Management, a report summarizing the results of research commissioned by SLA and the Financial Times. The report, which was based […] Read More »

What’s Your Leadership Story?

Psst … wanna’ hear a story? Most workplaces have someone who always has a good story to tell, be it about the latest office rumor, a former co-worker, a local […] Read More »

What is the current state of reference resources in libraries? (free whitepaper)

Guest blog post by Elisabeth Leonard, Executive Market Research Manager at SAGE and Former Reference Librarian. This post is a follow-up to SAGE’s SLA PartnerTalk (view the Webinar replay here). Last […] Read More »

2013: Adapting to Challenges, Adding New Benefits

Members of the SLA Community, Earlier this month, I traveled to Huntsville, Alabama, at the invitation of SLA’s Military Libraries Division to attend their 60th anniversary workshop and dinner. The […] Read More »

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