Call to ‘Move SLA Forward’ Opens 2022 Conference

Three years after hosting its previous in-person conference and four years removed from what was supposed to be its first-ever conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Special Libraries Association opened […] Read More »


New Book Explores the Human Side of CI

A cheesehead, a gearhead and a Canadian walked into a bar . . . No, this isn’t the set-up for a questionable joke, but there is a punchline—we’ve compiled a […] Read More »


In Memoriam: Mary Vasilakis

Mary Vasilakis, a pioneering librarian at Westinghouse, a passionate mentor and teacher of upcoming librarians, and a longtime SLA member who was inducted into the SLA Hall of Fame in […] Read More »


In Memoriam: Vivian Hewitt

Vivian Ann Davidson Hewitt, the first African-American president of SLA (1978-1979) and a member of the SLA Hall of Fame (1984), a Dame of the Venerable Order of St. John, […] Read More »


Conference Stipend is Latest Honor for SLA Member

Although she just received her master’s degree in library and information science last month, Dymond Bush has been making a mark on librarianship since she began transitioning into the field […] Read More »


In Memoriam: Anne Caputo

Anne Spencer Caputo, who directed learning programs at media and information organizations for several years and served as president of the Special Libraries Association in 2010, died April 1 in […] Read More »


In Memoriam: Donna Scheeder

Donna Wills Scheeder, who held leadership posts in the Library of Congress, led SLA as president in 2000-2001, and generously gave back to her profession as a presenter at industry […] Read More »


‘Generosity of Spirit’ Marks Hall of Fame Inductees

A hall of fame—whether in a sport, a profession, the arts, or any other endeavor—generally honors exceptional achievements and contributions. The two information professionals being inducted into SLA’s Hall of […] Read More »


Fellows’ Diverse Interests Reflect Singular Passion

Being named a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association is a high honor, but one that comes with strings attached: It entails an obligation to advise SLA’s Board of Directors […] Read More »


New Rising Stars Primed to Make Lasting Impact

Being named a “rising star” can sometimes create a burden of expectations that weighs down even the most talented of people. The two information professionals who are receiving SLA’s Rising […] Read More »

  • The Intelligence Published Source Collection, (Part 1) course continues the CDI Certificate Program’s discussion on… https://t.co/vAlPj1a25k
  • Research citation scores and the prestige of journals in which academics publish remain highly important factors in… https://t.co/xeKK9brjVK
  • Please join us in saying hello to this week's #MemberSpotlight, Maria Teresa Moral-Cabance! Connect with Maria >>… https://t.co/FP27RMJhSg
  • We would like to wrap this week up by saying thank you to all who made SLA 2022: Source Forward, a hit! This years… https://t.co/aaab74gO5y
  • The Intelligence Published Source Collection, (Part 1) course continues the CDI Certificate Program’s discussion on… https://t.co/663ShOhzdW
©2022 Special Libraries Association. All Rights Reserved
Special Libraries Association
X

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close