ProQuest’s Summit Scholarship Recipient Recognized at SLA 2013

Do you know student on their way to a masters' in library and information science degree? They are eligible for ProQuest's Roger K. Summit Scholarship, named for the founder of […] Read More »

SLA’s “Get on the Beach” Recruitment Campaign Extended to May 15

Get on Board with SLA’s Member Recruitment Campaign!   Recruit at least one new member to join SLA, and you could be invited to join SLA President Deb Hunt for lunch on […] Read More »

What you should know about copyright protection

From guest blogger Lesley Ellen Harris, copyright lawyer and Certificate in Copyright Management instructor: What do you need to do to have copyright protection in the U.S.? Nothing. Once an […] Read More »

SLA, AALL, MLA Support Legislative Solutions to Resolve Orphan Works Issues

SLA, along with the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) and the Medical Libraries Association (MLA), have voiced their support of solutions proposed by the United States Copyright Office to […] Read More »

“Expand Your Career Potential” Webinar

Are You Ready for Your Next Career Move? The Washington D.C. SLA Chapter presents: “Expand Your Career Potential” featuring: SLA President Deb Hunt Sponsored by LexisNexis Having the right skills […] Read More »

Alignment Ambassadors Conclusion and Thank You

Dear Colleagues, My sincere gratitude to the SLA Alignment Ambassadors for all their work and effort. Deb Hunt SLA President To support the ambitious Alignment Project spanning the years 2007 […] Read More »

PAM Travel Stipend for Attending 2013 SLA conference

The SLA-PAM Professional Development Committee is pleased to announce that IOP Publishing is once again sponsoring four conference travel stipends to help new librarians with the expenses of attending the […] Read More »

Margie Hlava Honored for Leadership and Support of Women Professionals

Margie Hlava has long been a leader within the information profession, serving on SLA’s board of directors and as a chapter president and division chair. Along the way, she has […] Read More »

Mysterious Book at the U.S. Geological Survey Library

As Richard Huffine, director of the library at the U.S. Geological Survey and a member of SLA’s board of directors, was going through his library’s rare book collection, he discovered […] Read More »

Sign Up Now: January Course on Copyright Fundamentals

Do you need to better understand copyright, but don’t know where to start? Sign up for CCM100 Introduction to Copyright Management: Principles and Issues and learn about: How and why […] Read More »

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