Deepen Your Knowledge of Copyright and KM in San Diego

SLA is offering courses from both its Copyright and Knowledge Management/Knowledge Services certificate programs in San Diego in June. It’s a perfect opportunity to get hands-on, in-depth education on topics […] Read More »

Enhance Your San Diego Travel Experience

Be sure to check out the SLA San Diego Chapter’s hospitality wiki and @sla2013tips for helpful info as you plan your SLA 2013 trip. The San Diego International Airport is […] Read More »

Sunshine Week Event on March 15: Register Now

Sunshine Week 2013 will take place March 10th to 16th, throughout Washington, DC, and across the United States. On Friday, March 15th, OpenTheGovernment.org and the First Amendment Center, with support […] Read More »

Using Google Images? Think about copyright permissions

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and editor of The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter. Search engines such as Google have opened up a huge world of […] Read More »

Free webinar on copyright

It's time for the Ask the Copyright Experts Spring Update.  Join us for this free member webinar on Thursday, March 21, at 1:00 p.m. ET. Presenters Adam Ayer of LicenseLogic, […] Read More »

Early Bird Rate at the 2013 Headquarters Hotel

The SLA 2013 headquarters hotel, the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina, is offering an early bird rate of $219.00/night + tax for a limited number of rooms. Make your […] Read More »

Renew your passport before SLA’s 2014 Conference in Vancouver!

Saturday, March 9, 2013, is Passport Day in the USA! On March 9, U.S. citizens may apply for or renew their passport book or passport card at any one of […] Read More »

Copyright and Digital Media

CCM400 Digital Content and Social Media Copyright Issues begins soon! In CCM400, instructor Lesley Ellen Harris of Copyrightlaws.com explores copyright protection in digital versus traditional works, ownership of online and […] Read More »

SLA Supports Open Access to Federally Funded Research

SLA, along with 11 other library, publishing, research and advocacy organizations, wrote a letter thanking U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden for introducing legislation titled “The Fair Access to Science and Technology […] Read More »

2013 Annual Conference in San Diego – How and Why to Make It Happen

A message from Jill Strand, chair of the 2013 Annual Conference Advisory Council: By now you should have received your 2013 Annual Conference Preview in the mail.  Hopefully you are […] Read More »

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