Free Workshop – From Big Data to Big Knowledge: Decision Support for C-Suite Clients

6 February 2014 – Information professionals seeking ways to maximize their value to busy executives will find plenty of insights in day-long educational programs sponsored by SLA and Drexel University. The […] Read More »

U.S. Copyright: What You Need to Know

5 February 2014 – You may have seen Certificate in Copyright Management instructor Lesley Ellen Harris’ recent post on managing copyright.  Now, it’s time to focus on U.S. copyright. CCM200 […] Read More »

Got 10? Complete the SLA Membership Survey

The survey deadline has been extended.  Please respond by Friday, February 28, to have your voice heard! ___________ Want to help SLA improve its current programs and services and develop […] Read More »

SLA Leadership Summit Recap and Award Announcements

To supplement our Thursday, January 16th tweet round-up, at the bottom of this post you will find a slideshow of tweets summing up the activities from Friday, January 17th at […] Read More »

A roundup of Thursday, 16 January at 2014 Leadership Summit, courtesy of @SLA2014tips

Check out a round-up of what happened at the 2014 SLA Leadership Summit today (#SLAleads). Tweets courtesy of @SLA2014Tips, managed by @LibrarySherpa. [View the story “#SLAleads, Thursday Tweet Roundup!” on […] Read More »

SLA Joins Push for Greater Access to Presidents’ Records

14 January 2014 — Researchers and the public would have greater access to the records of former U.S. presidents if legislation being championed by the Special Libraries Association passes Congress […] Read More »

Free Webinar: Searching Beyond Google and Tools for More Efficient Research

Jan. 14, 2014 – Online search is a critical component of R&D. But with so many options, where should scientists, engineers and analysts go to find the right information? Speaker Mary […] Read More »

Update on Association Naming Discussion & Survey

January 10th, 2014 – Most SLA members feel the name Special Libraries Association reflects their professional interests, but many are concerned that it might hinder the association from attracting potential members […] Read More »

The Librarian’s Skillbook, co-authored by Deb Hunt

Information professionals with a versatile, transferable skill set can choose from a wider range of career choices and enjoy a higher earnings potential. To help information professionals acquire these versatile […] Read More »

FCC Encouraged to Provide Permanent Public Access to Legal Materials

On November 18, 2013, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) issued a call for input on how the agency can better serve the public interest. On December 2, 2013, SLA joined […] Read More »

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