SLA 2014 Prizes and VIPs! Register by April 11

PRIZES! If you refer colleagues who sign up for a full conference pass during our early bird registration period, your name will be entered into one of 10 drawings for […] Read More »

A Fresh Perspective on SLA 2014

Read what member Marrette Pearsall has to say about going to SLA 2014 in Vancouver.  Her post is part of our series written by members who are creating their conference […] Read More »

What Are Your Can’t-Miss Sessions at SLA 2014?

This is the third post in series written by members who are traveling to Vancouver for SLA 2014 to network and improve their knowledge.  Read more here and here. As […] Read More »

SLA 2014 Registrants are VIPs!

By registering early for the SLA 2014 Annual Conference, SLA members have demonstrated commitment to professional growth and to SLA and the information profession as a whole. To show our gratitude […] Read More »

Meet Your Colleagues from Around the World at SLA 2014

This is the second post in an occasional series written by SLA members who are heading to Vancouver in June for SLA 2014.  Read more here.  Will we see you […] Read More »

Big Data and Open Access: Learn More at SLA 2014

Who will be going to Vancouver in June for SLA 2014?  Members just like you.  This is the first post in an occasional series from members describing why they’ll be […] Read More »

Meet the Leaders: New Podcasts from SLA-Europe

The SLA-Europe Chapter has recently published two podcasts in their monthly series in which SLA member Dennie Heye chats with the SLA President and/or President-Elect. Check out the February installment […] Read More »

Add Sightseeing to Your Vancouver Agenda

While the main goal of your trip to Vancouver for SLA 2014 is learning, networking, and product research, you may want to spend some time exploring what the Pacific Northwest […] Read More »

Buy Your SLA 2014 Conference Tickets Today!

A very limited number of tickets will be sold onsite in Vancouver for SLA 2014 ticketed events such as business meeting breakfasts, division lunches, continuing education courses, evening receptions, and […] Read More »

Health Library Closure is Latest Blow to Canada’s Researchers

The weather in Canada has been more bitter than usual this winter—Toronto experienced its coldest December-January period in 20 years, Calgary had its snowiest December in a century, and temperatures […] Read More »

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