Traveling to SLA 2011 Conference & INFO-EXPO

Are you making your travel plans for SLA 2011?  Here are some ideas to help you along. SLA has negotiated a discount for travel on Amtrak.  Amtrak is offering a […] Read More »

Disaster Information Outreach Symposium Videocast

The Disaster Information Outreach Symposium will take place this week, 29 and 30 March, at the National Library of Medicine.  The symposium is aimed at information professionals and librarians, library […] Read More »

Show Your SLA 2011 Pride!

Are you an exhibitor, speaker or sponsor at SLA 2011 Conference & INFO-EXPO? Show your SLA pride by posting one of our web stickers.  These are great to post on […] Read More »

Leadership and Management Division Launches New Web Site

The Leadership and Management Division (LMD) of Special Libraries Association (SLA) announces the launch of their new web site, at  The site integrates and provides improved access to all […] Read More »

WIN a FREE hotel night at SLA 2011!

Invite a colleague to join SLA and register for SLA 2011 Annual Conference, and you could both win big! This is the year of becoming future ready!  Attending the SLA […] Read More »

SLA 2011 – Rooms at Great Prices Are Still Available

The 2011 SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO is quickly approaching! Rooms are still available at some of the properties.  The Philadelphia Marriott is the headquarters hotel for SLA events.   Make your […] Read More »

Congratulations to 2011 PAM Travel Stipend Winners!

IOP Publishing, a generous and long-time supporter of libraries and librarians, has provided PAM with funding for four $1,000 stipends to help defray the costs of traveling to the 2011 […] Read More »

Digital Preliminary Conference Program Available

See the hundreds of reasons you must attend SLA 2011 in the conference preview program. ——————————————————————————– With the digital conference preview program you can: Search events and sessions (look for links […] Read More »

SLA Update on Earthquake in New Zealand

We'd like to provide an update on what's been happening in Christchurch, New Zealand since the earthquake struck on 22 February. While the Business District of Christchurch was one of […] Read More »

Holding Our Future in their Hands

Will smartphones–or, more precisely, the applications (apps) designed for them–make librarians extinct? That outcome may seem far-fetched, but information professionals may need to re-think what they do if they want […] Read More »

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