Survey: Your Strategies for Demonstrating Your Contributions

What are you telling us about your strategies for advocating and demonstrating your contribution? Based on your survey responses to date, we know that: 3 out of 4 of you […] Read More »

SLA Launches New Learning Initiative

Beginning next week, SLA members will receive a steady stream of content on timely topics courtesy of a new learning program designed to inform, empower and enhance the careers of […] Read More »

SLA PartnerTalk: 5 Strategies for Showing Your Value to the C-Suite

Sign up today for this free SLA PartnerTalk webinar on April 23 (rescheduled), sponsored by LexisNexis. Modern information professionals need to be agile, proactive and visible in the enterprise. This […] Read More »

SLA Names Three Rising Stars for 2015

SLA will honor two academic librarians and an information architect for their ‘exceptional promise’ when the association convenes its 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO in Boston later this year. Susmita […] Read More »

In Memoriam: Mimi Drake, Former SLA President

Miriam Anna “Mimi” Drake, president of SLA in 1993-1994 and recipient of the association’s highest honor, the John Cotton Dana Award, in 2002, died 24 December 2014. Mimi was born […] Read More »

SLA PartnerTalk: 5 Strategies for Showing Your Value to the C-Suite

Sign up today for this free SLA PartnerTalk webinar on April 23 (updated), sponsored by LexisNexis. Modern information professionals need to be agile, proactive and visible in the enterprise. This […] Read More »

SLA PartnerTalk: Social Media in the Library: Discovering Best Practice

Access the recording of this free SLA PartnerTalk webinar, sponsored by Taylor & Francis. The ways social media tools are selected and used in the library change regularly in an […] Read More »

Hotel information for SLA 2015

SLA 2015 in Boston is just around the corner! An overview of conference hotels, including rates and distances from the convention center, has been posted on our site. Our housing […] Read More »

Tweets and Facebook and copyright, oh my!

Are tweets protected by copyright?  And what does a license have to do with it? Certificate in Copyright Management instructor Lesley Ellen Harris has a few thoughts about copyright and […] Read More »

Magnoni, Reczek Head Slate of 2016 Board Candidates

Dee Magnoni and Karen Kreizman Reczek have accepted calls to run for SLA president-elect for 2016, topping a slate of eight candidates who are vying for four open positions. Dee […] Read More »

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