How to #SLAtalk

Enjoy these 10 helpful tips from SLA member Emma Davidson. The #SLAtalk twitter chats will bring together SLA members from across the globe. They’re a great way to connect with […] Read More »

Job Hunting and Career Growth: an #SLAtalk!

SLA’s first Twitter chat of 2013 will focus on finding a job, and growing within that role. Tune-in to enjoy tips from both colleagues and SLA’s vendor partners. Two sessions […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Why adopt Near Field Communication (NFC) at Work?

In the latest "New Technology" column of Information Outlook, Sophia Guevara explains Near Field Communication (NFC) and discusses its potential uses for information professionals. If you've seen recent Samsung Galaxy […] Read More »

#SLAchat: How do you collaborate?

In his column in the September-October issue of Information Outlook, Stephen Abram writes, "Disruptive technological innovations are creating new opportunities for information professionals to improve teams, workplaces and organizations." A […] Read More »

#SLAchat: The Polarizing Effect of Autocomplete

Do you find autocomplete helpful for discovery while searching, or do you hate it? "Hate" is a strong word, but when this discussion took life in the PAM Division retreat […] Read More »

#SLAChat: Your 140-Character or Less Elevator Speech

It's always good to have an elevator speech ready, one that communicates your professional value in easy-to-understand language. What would yours be, if you had to keep it under 140 […] Read More »

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 »

#SLAchat: Were You Engaged at the #SLAchicago Keynote?

For 2012 Conference attendees: Did Guy Kawasaki's keynote at SLA 2012 compel you? engage you? Yes/No and why? For everyone: What do you look for in a keynote? What qualities […] Read More »

DRM and the Wisdom of Robert Fulghum

Share everything. Fans of Robert Fulghum will recognize this as one of the many lessons he learned in "the sandpile at Sunday school," along with play fair and say you're […] Read More »

#SLAchat: Intellectual Property Laws and Information Access

Today's SLAchat question: Should information professionals continue to be guardians of intellectual property, or should they be concerned with access to information? What challenges do you face in balancing the […] Read More »

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