What I heard at the Info Booth

SLA 2010 is almost over, and I am finally finished with my 27 hours working the Information Booth!!! It was nice meeting tons of SLA members rushing off to sessions.  […] Read More »

Attend SLA 2010…Without Leaving Your Home or Office

There are still a few days left to sign up for the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component. If you are not able to physically attend SLA 2010 in New Orleans, […] Read More »

Nerida Hart – Candidate for Director – Question #1 Imagine you have just finished your term on the SLA Board of Directors, what did you accomplish?

At the end of my term I will have effectively demonstrated and communicated the value of librarians/information professionals outside the traditional roles we usually have in organisations. We need to […] Read More »

Online Conference Planner

The problems that some attendees were experiencing with the "My Itinerary" function of the online planner have now been resolved.  Items that you save should no longer disappear.  We apologize […] Read More »

Don’t Miss Out on the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component

Sign up while there is still time for the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component.  Register for the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference & INFO-EXPO and you can view and participate in the conference’s […] Read More »

Memorial Service for SLA Past President Catherine “Kitty” Scott

Catherine “Kitty” Scott, an active SLA member since 1955, and 1992/93 SLA president, passed away on Monday, May 17.  Ms. Scott’s memorial service will be held Tuesday, May 25, at […] Read More »

Nancy Snell Selected as 2010 DLDP Award Recipient

 Nancy Snell, a hearing-impaired information professional at Kurt Salmon Associates in Atlanta, is the recipient of the 2010 Special Libraries Association (SLA) Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) Award.  The award, […] Read More »

New Orleans food and drink terminology

New Orleans has its own cuisine, and its own terminology for food and drink.  Here are some terms that are sometimes confusing to the newcomer.  Please add to the list! […] Read More »

Brent Mai – Candidate for President-Elect – Question #1 Imagine you have just finished your term on the SLA Board of Directors, what did you accomplish?

What a marvelous year! I see: (1) members who can easily and enthusiastically identify numerous ways that SLA has helped them thrive and succeed in their careers; (2) an expanding […] Read More »

SLA members invited to participate in survey

SLA has been invited to participate in an upcoming survey with our partner, FreePint, about the current buying patterns of information users. FreePint, a publisher of sites and resources for […] Read More »

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