Blogroll, Please: SLA 2012 Takeaways

It's been one month (can you believe it?) since we all ventured to Chicago for the 2012 Annual Conference. What's one new idea, tool, or thought you took home? Many […] Read More »

2012 Salary Survey Coming Soon

All SLA members are encouraged to complete the questionnaire for the 2012 SLA Salary Survey, which asks participants to supply information about income and employment benefits, as well as work […] Read More »

Get Insider Insights for Your Job Search or Career Change

Get the inside information you need to position yourself in a new job or career field. On Wednesday, October 10 (new date!), join presenters Scott Brown and Kim Dority for […] Read More »

SLA 2012 Photos Available

Photos from the 2012 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO are now online. We've uploaded 50 to our Facebook Page, but there are many more. Who knows, you might even see yourself. […] Read More »

What You Need to Know About the Knowledge Audit

Starting in August…KMKS102. The Knowledge Audit: Evaluating Intellectual Capital Use The knowledge audit is an evaluation tool which combines the standard needs analysis with the information audit (how research resources […] Read More »

My SLA: The Podcast Speaks with VP of Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

My SLA: The Podcast continues to receive important participation from outside of the information profession. A Partnership for Success features Pat Skarulis, VP and CIO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. […] Read More »

A New and Improved Conference in 2013

This Plan is Our Plan:Connect, Collaborate and Strategize for a Better SLA Annual Conference Plans for SLA 2013 in San Diego are shaping up. The 2013 event reflects exciting new […] Read More »

Wednesday conference events

As we enter the home stretch of SLA 2012, we want to thank the attendees, planners, speakers and exhibitors for making the event a success.  We'll see you in San […] Read More »

Tuesday at SLA 2012

Another jam-packed day of learning and networking at SLA 2012.  Here are a few of the day's highlights: There are *two* career connection sessions today.  Learn how to make the […] Read More »

Monday at SLA 2012

Happy Monday!  The conference gets into full swing today with plenty of opportunities to learn and network. Visit the SLA Marketplace near the Registration area to purchase books, meet authors, […] Read More »

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