Question #3: What is the newest “techie” gadget that you have/would like to have, and how do/would you use it to improve the work relationship that you have with your primary clientele?

David Stern – candidate for Treasurer My techie gadget is a virtual gadget … the Vyew collaboration software. Using just web browsers you can share material and simultaneously work together […] Read More »

Why I joined SLA (Candidate Question #2)

Question #2: When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today? I joined SLA as a newly-minted professional, back […] Read More »

Question 2 – Why did you join SLA?

Question #2: When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today? Joy M. Banks, Candidate for Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect […] Read More »

Question 2: When did you first join SLA? (Candidate Questions)

When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today?  Kate Arnold ~ Candidate for President-Elect  I joined SLA, and […] Read More »

Question #2: When did you first join SLA? What made you decide to join then, and why do you still belong today?

David Stern, candidate for Treasurer I joined SLA in 1982, when BRS and Dialog were the cool search tools, email was not ubiquitous, and there was no Internet. The telephone […] Read More »

Question 1: Nontraditional Career Paths (Candidate Questions)

What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in nontraditional career paths? Kate Arnold ~ Candidate for President-Elect […] Read More »

Question 1 – Nontraditional Career Paths (Candidate Questions)

Question #1: What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in nontraditional career paths? Joy M. Banks, Candidate […] Read More »

Question 1 – Nontraditional Career Paths (Candidate Questions)

What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in nontraditional career paths? John DiGilio, Candidate for Treasurer: Conventional […] 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 »

Question 1: Non-traditional Career Paths

What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in nontraditional career paths? David Stern, Candidate for Treasurer I […] Read More »

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