Networking with Intention! Part 2

Guest blogger Marshall Brown offers additional strategies in Part Two of his series on networking.  Don't leave for the 2011 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO without these tips! See Part One.  […] Read More »

How Big Is Our Tent?

Surveys have shown that SLA's members hold hundreds of different job titles, from archivist to content manager to e-learning specialist to competitive intelligence analyst. These titles reflect the breadth of […] Read More »

Networking with Intention! Part 1

As the 2011 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO approaches, we all need to be reminded how to network.  In this two part series, guest blogger Marshall Brown gives us tips to help […] Read More »

Janice Lachance, SLA’s CEO, Named a Fellow of ASAE

SLA’s Chief Executive Officer Janice Lachance has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). Fellow-recognition denotes individuals who have made a significant impact on the […] Read More »

SLA 2011 Annual Conference Discount Extended for U.S. Government Employees

In light of the current United States government budget proceedings, SLA is extending its annual conference discounted rate ($495) as necessary for all U.S. government employees until 2 May 2011. […] Read More »

Get Real about Your Virtual Library

In the 1939 fantasy film "The Wizard of Oz," a young girl and her companions–a scarecrow, a tin man, and a cowardly lion–pull back a curtain to reveal that the terrible […] Read More »

Tech Zones at SLA 2011

SLA is pleased to announce the continuation of this very popular series of sessions/workshops specifically designed by and for information professionals. Throughout conference week, SLA will offer a number of […] Read More »

The early bird catches career success!

The early bird deadline for SLA 2011 is Friday, 8 April. Don't miss this opportunity to save on conference registration costs!  Need to share information with your boss about the […] Read More »

SLA 2011 in Philadelphia – Give Back While You’re in Town

Courtesy of SLA's Philadelphia chapter, we've added a local service project to the program of the 2011 SLA Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO in Philadelphia. We hope that everyone attending conference will participate.  […] Read More »

Info Overload? We Can Help

 We’ve all heard about “information overload” – the e-mails, texts, Tweets, Facebook posts, phone calls, RSS feeds, and news clips, sometimes hundreds every day, that flood us with information […] Read More »

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