Guest Post: Is “13” Really A Scary Number? If you’re a Knowledge Worker it is!!

This guest post is by Joe Kroog, Sr. Mgr, Product Marketing of IHS. IHS presented an SLA PartnerTalk on Wednesday, November 6th. Listen to the recording or learn more about […] Read More »

What info pros should be thinking about right now

Did you catch the Library 2.013 conference last week? “The Global Transformation of Libraries, LIS Education, and LIS Professionals,” the opening keynote by San José State’s Dr. Sandra Hirsh, outlined […] Read More »

Batteries, Bottled Water and Libraries

With the Northeast coast of the United States still recovering from Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Karen expected to made landfall along the Gulf Coast on Saturday, disaster relief organizations […] Read More »

IFLA Trend Report Examines the Future of the Information Ecosystem

IFLA unveiled its Trend Report at the World Library and Information Summit in Singapore on August 19th. The report is based on a year’s worth of consultations with a broad range of […] Read More »

#SLAtalk Roundup! Teaching Users to Fish

[View the story “#SLAtalk Roundup! Teaching Your Users to Fish” on Storify] Read More »

Robots at the Help Desk?

What should information professionals make of the recent report predicting that robots will soon become as commonplace as the Internet? Or the news of the first successful test of a […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: What would you tell your past MLIS-student self?

Our second #SLAtalk will take place on Tuesday, April 9th, and will seek participation from new and veteran information professionals, as well as current students at graduate schools of library […] 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 »

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 »

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