Hotel and bus information for SLA 2012

Hotels in the SLA 2012 conference block have been filling up, and we've received many questions about using the housing bureau to make reservations.  We've also had inquiries about the […] Read More »

See Chicago’s Sights

Are you going to SLA 2012?  Come see what's new, exciting, and decidedly different during a Saturday evening tour that explores Chicago’s highlights. From 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on […] Read More »

Only 2 Weeks Left Until the Early Bird Deadline!

The early bird deadline for SLA 2012 is Friday, 11 May. Don't miss this opportunity to save on conference registration costs! Need to share information with your boss about the […] Read More »

Love SLA? Tell SLA!

Over the past several years, we’ve received kind words from many of our volunteers and members. We’re looking for more to add to our future communications. What easier way is […] Read More »

870,000 Pictures are Worth…How Many Words?

The New York City Department of Records just announced on-line access to over 870,000 rarely viewed images. For the first time, photographs that were previously only accessible by visiting the […] Read More »

Copyright and Web 2.0

"All of the organizations I work for, and volunteer for, use Web 2.0 technology…so I want to be prepared." — CCM400 participant I bet you've wondered (even just a little) […] Read More »

Resources to Enhance Your SLA 2012 Travel Experience

A convenient source of expertise to help you plan your SLA 2012 trip (and it's only going to expand over the next few months), is the SLA Illinois Chapter's Hospitality Wiki.  […] Read More »

Learn About E-Portfolios from Two Movers & Shakers

Join us in May for an exploration of e-portfolios: what they are, how to create them, which tools to use, and how to determine their impact. Our webinar instructors are […] Read More »

Meeting the Candidates Online: SLA’s 2013 Board of Directors

Leading up to the election next fall, there will be a variety of opportunities to get to know your 2013 SLA Board of Directors Candidates. If you haven't already, learn […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Q & A with Ruth Kneale: Drupal vs. Wordpress

#SLAchat is a discussion series we hope you participate in by talking with your colleagues about topics that interest you. Send me an e-mail if you have a topic-idea for […] Read More »

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