Register Now: Providing Value with Media Content Analysis

Sign up today for this free SLA PartnerTalk on September 30 sponsored by LexisNexis. Media content analysis is not just for Public Relations and Marketing anymore.  With an increasing number […] Read More »

Canadian Copyright Essentials

Do you know what you need to know about Canadian copyright law? CCM201 Canadian Copyright Essentials covers the fundamentals of copyright in Canada, including the Canadian Copyright Act and court […] Read More »

SLA Joins Call for Universal Right to Information Access

SLA has joined with more than 260 educational, library, and information organizations to support an appeal for worldwide access to information that is necessary to promote sustainable development and improve […] Read More »

Loss of Access to Court Records Causes Concern

Law librarians and others in the legal community were caught by surprise earlier this month when an online warehouse for U.S. appellate, district, and bankruptcy court records suddenly cut off […] Read More »

In Memoriam: Bob Malinowsky, SLA President 1985-1986

SLA regrets to announce that Harold Robert “Bob” Malinowsky, who served as president of SLA in 1985-1986, died on August 16. Born in Kansas in 1933, Bob earned his library […] Read More »

‘Google Act’ Would Terminate NTIS

A bill introduced in April in the U.S. Senate would effectively abolish the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), which was established in 1950 to collect scientific and technical reports and […] Read More »

Learn about the importance of copyright management during our online open house (UPDATED)

Our annual Certificate in Copyright Management (CCM) open house is an opportunity to learn about why information professionals are strategically positioned to become copyright gurus in their organizations.  UPDATE: The […] Read More »

Tuesday at SLA 2014

The final day of SLA 2014 is packed with opportunities to learn, network, and connect with exhibitors. Come hear about the newly-revised SLA Core Competencies.  Task Force Chair Kim Dority, […] Read More »

Monday’s Conference Highlights

Welcome to Day 2 of SLA 2014. What’s on tap today? Spotlight Sessions on what to do after your digitization project (8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.), data mining (10:00 a.m. […] Read More »

Sunday at SLA 2014

Welcome to Vancouver! Listed below are some highlights of the day’s events.  Don’t forget to consult the Online Planner for details of all sessions and evening events.  Add the planner […] Read More »

  • SLA's CI Book provides first-person accounts of the practicalities, daily minutiae, and how-to of competitive intel… https://t.co/kcg0ScAprD
  • Research suggests that we can mistake information we’ve searched for as our own knowledge. Now, a new paper in the… https://t.co/HnsehthIgm
  • Join the #GivingTuesday movement and share in the spirit of giving by donating to SLA. Your contribution will direc… https://t.co/GyKIpursmO
  • Hi #SLAers - it's #MemberMonday! Join us in welcoming this week's #MemberMonday, Jane Lippmann! Connect with Jane… https://t.co/M47trfcj2b
  • MLA is pleased to announce that Terri Givens will give the 2023 John P. McGoven Lecture at MLA | SLA ’23 in Detroit… https://t.co/p9jJef3fKu
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