SLA Member Discount-Certified Content Rights Manager Seminar Coming to a City Near You

SLA has joined with the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) & LicenseLogic to bring a professional development course to librarians and information professionals entitled the Certified Content Rights Manager […] Read More »

Scott Brown – Candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-Elect – Question #2: What advice would you give someone in their 20s just entering the profession about how to find and keep a fabulous job as a special librarian or information professional?

Be flexible. Think flexibly about how your valuable skills can apply in a variety of positions – not just in traditional “library” positions. Consider volunteering at an organization that appeals […] Read More »

Sara Tompson – Candidate for Director – Question #2 – What advice would you give someone in their 20’s just entering the profession about how to find and keep a fabulous job as a special librarian or information professional?

  Always do amazing "reference interviews," on the job, and including the way you approach your job interview!  The reference interview is a valid dialogue no matter what the modality […] Read More »

David Stern – Candidate for President-Elect – Question #2 What advice would you give someone in their 20’s just entering the profession about how to find and keep a fabulous job as a special librarian or information professional?

A fabulous job is one in which you have passion, and ideally expertise or a deep interest in the content and the process.  It should also be within an organization […] Read More »

Jill Hurst-Wahl – Candidate for Director – Question #2 – What advice would you give someone in their 20’s just entering the profession about how to find and keep a fabulous job as a special librarian or information professional?

In this job market, finding a job may mean creating a job. Therefore: Know how you define “fabulous” in terms of responsibilities, opportunities, salary, location, etc., so you’ll know it […] Read More »

Ulla de Stricker – Candidate for Chapter Cabinet – Question # 2: Advice to New Entrants to the Professions

My advice is personalized and offered to anyone who seeks me out (regardless of age).  Key themes are:   1.  A first job – taken perhaps because the bills must be […] Read More »

SLA 2010 Conference Photos Now Available

For those who might be looking for something to distract them on their first day back in the office after a long holiday weekend here in the U.S…. I have […] Read More »

SLA First Five Years Council Offers Four Practical Online Programs

The SLA First Five Years Advisory Council is pleased to announce the launch of free-of-charge networking programs and tutorials.  These programs are especially valuable to SLA members who are coming […] Read More »

Top Ten List and Why YOU Need to Get Involved with the First Five Years Council

The first five years of anyone's career is an exciting, challenging, fun and sometimes difficult period. For new professionals, SLA created the First Five Years Council in order to address […] Read More »

Look Who Won Prizes @ SLA 2010!

Each year, SLA holds a number of give-aways and prize drawings surrounding the INFO-EXPO at our Annual Conference. We are so pleased to announce the winners from our drawings at […] Read More »

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