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Be Your Own Boss—Even if You Report to Someone Else

Does the word “entrepreneur” ever enter your mind when you reflect upon what you do professionally? In a world where organizations often have a hard time identifying, clarifying, or even […] Read More »

SLA Election 2015: Meet the Candidates Series

Mark Your Calendars Now and Register to Hear How SLA Candidates See SLA’s Future The SLA Cabinet Officers will host a Meet the Candidates series of Webinars to provide all […] Read More »

**Scheduled System Upgrade**

NOTICE: SLA will be doing a technology upgrade beginning Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Our database, the member access to the website, ability to join or renew functions will be unavailable […] Read More »

Read the March-April Issue of Information Outlook

Ensuring user access. Incorporating e-books. Improving user experience. Managing copyright and fair use. These are but a few of the challenges facing today’s librarians and information professionals. But one challenge […] Read More »

SLA 2014 Prizes and VIPs! Register by April 11

PRIZES! If you refer colleagues who sign up for a full conference pass during our early bird registration period, your name will be entered into one of 10 drawings for […] Read More »

SLA-Europe Podcast with President-Elect, Jill Strand

As part of a monthly series, Dennie Heye of the SLA-Europe Chapter will alternate interviewing SLA’s President and President-Elect, Kate Arnold and Jill Strand. January’s episode features President-Elect Jill Strand […] Read More »

Judge OK’s Google Book Scanning Project

Like the “snippets” of text that Google makes available to facilitate online searching of books, yesterday’s ruling in the copyright infringement suit against the search engine operator provides tantalizing glimpses […] Read More »

SLA is an international organization.How can SLA involve and reach out more to members outside North America? Question 5 Division Cabinet Chair Candidates, Pam Enrici

The first thing I would do would be to talk to members from the various international chapters and find out why they joined and stay in SLA.  Then, if possible, […] Read More »

What sort of advices would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in non-traditional career paths? Question 3 Division Cabinet Chair Candidates, Pam Enrici

If you are looking at a non-traditional path, there is not one exact way to do.  The following are what I consider common sense suggestions on how to look for […] Read More »

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