Former SLA Publication Finds a New Home

Special Libraries, which was published by the Special Libraries Association from 1910 until its replacement by Information Outlook in 1997, is now available online thanks to an arrangement between SLA […] Read More »

Toolkit Helps Special Librarians Show Their Value

Define your purpose. Develop your unique selling proposition. Measure what you do. Tell a story. No, these aren’t lessons from All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, […] Read More »

Several Honored for Accomplishments in 2015

A year of unprecedented change in SLA is ending with dozens of members being honored for their individual and group achievements in furthering the association’s goals and objectives. SLA President […] Read More »

Volunteer for SLA in 2016 and Shape Our Association

Volunteering for an SLA committee or council or unit is a great way to build valuable skills while shaping and strengthening SLA. This year there are vacancies to fill at […] Read More »

Experience the SLA Virtual Conference in November

Join your info pros colleagues on November 12 for the SLA 2015 Virtual Conference. The virtual event features three popular sessions from the annual conference in June. The sessions received […] Read More »

SLA Members Elect Dee Magnoni as 2017 President

Dee Magnoni, research library director at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico, will serve as president of SLA in 2017. Dee is one of four SLA […] Read More »

Add ‘Copyright Guru’ to Your Resume

If you have been meaning to take a course on the updated Canadian copyright law, this may be the time to do so. Starting September 24, the updated Canadian Copyright […] Read More »

Practical Techniques for Facilitating Change in Your Organization

Once you determine how your organization can work better (smarter!), it’s imperative to manage the process that brings about that change. Join Dale Stanley and Deb Hunt as they explore […] Read More »

SLA Honors Two Student Groups

SLA’s Student and Academic Affairs Advisory Council (SAAAC) has recognized two student groups for their leadership and programming during the 2014-2015 academic year. The council presented certificates of merit to […] Read More »

Webinar to Discuss Recommended Bylaws Changes

SLA members are encouraged to register for a free Webinar on September 1 that will explain the rationale for making certain changes to the association’s bylaws. When the election for […] Read More »

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