Toolkits, Road Maps, and the Member Experience

Nobody knows more about the “association experience” than association members themselves. Members of the Special Libraries Association are taking that truism to heart and working in small groups to improve […] Read More »

In SLA, ‘Member Benefits’ is Redundant

SLA offers many great member benefits, such as discounts on conference and course registration and access to an online community tool. But in listening to SLA members talk about their […] Read More »

Member Insights: STEMM Divisions

My Member Insights Series returns to a division focus, and I sent questions out to the science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEMM) divisions, which include: Biomedical & Life Sciences; Chemistry; […] Read More »

Member Insights: Southeast Chapters

As I continue my Member Insights Series, I head to the southeastern United States. The chapters in this region include Alabama, Florida & Caribbean, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana/Southern Mississippi, Mid-South, North […] Read More »

Member Insights: Fellows

This week in my Member Insights Series, I am turning to the Fellows of SLA. “Fellowship in SLA is bestowed on active, mid-career SLA members in recognition of past, present […] Read More »

Member Insights: Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

SLA has a rich breadth of members, expertise, and experiences. I am spending part of my year as SLA president reaching out to member groups to collect and share their […] Read More »

Member Insights: Northeast Chapters

SLA has an incredibly rich and diverse constituency. Members generally identify in two ways: by their geographic chapter and by their topical division. As I converse with and gather insights […] Read More »

Member Insights: 2017 SLA Board of Directors

I launched my 2017 communications on January 11 by introducing my presidential theme, “Experience SLA for Career Success,” and my blog series, Member Insights. During the year, I will reach out […] Read More »

New for 2017: SLA Member Insights Series

Welcome to a new year with SLA! I am honored to be this year’s president, and excited for the year ahead. I strongly believe in an association and a board […] Read More »

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