Richard Huffine – Candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-Elect – Question #1 Imagine you have just finished your term on the SLA Board of Directors, what did you accomplish?

During my tenure on the SLA Board as Division Cabinet Chair, I have seen our Association continue to grow and play an increasingly vital role in the lives of SLA […] Read More »

Ulla de Stricker – Candidate for Chapter Cabinet Chair – Question #1 Imagine you have just finished your term on the SLA Board of Directors, what did you accomplish?

My focus was to assist chapter leaders to achieve if not effortless success then effectiveness with less effort in less time than may have been feared.  I reached out to invite discussion of […] Read More »

2009 SLA Research Grant Awarded to Dr. Tao Jin

Professor to Study the Value of Corporate Libraries Engaged in Competitive Intelligence Practices Dr. Tao Jin, assistant professor in the School of Library and Information Science at Louisiana State University […] Read More »

Maximize Your SLA Membership Benefits

Are you taking advantage of all your SLA Membership has to offer?  The Maximizing Your Membership Benefits program on Click U filled up fast, but you can now catch the […] Read More »

Register for SLA 2010 before May 7 and save $100 off Registration!

Still time to save for SLA 2010! Networking, educational sessions, and researching vendors.  These are three things you can do at the SLA 2010 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO.  And, if you register […] Read More »

Why I am attending the SLA 2010 conference and paying for it myself

By Dennie Heye This year I am attending the SLA 2010 conference on my own budget. Let me explain my reasoning: The primary reason is that I want to meet […] Read More »

Can YOU share your experience with the upcoming SLA Hot Topic Session Subjects?

SLA 2010, 13-16 June, provides hundreds of learning opportunities for attendees, and here are some you will not want to miss. Open to all attendees are the Hot Topic Sessions, […] Read More »

Best New Orleans Restaurants: The Results

Getting ready for SLA 2010, I invited you to nominate your favorite New Orleans restaurants.  Thanks to everyone who sent in suggestions. Here is a list of the restaurants that […] Read More »

Nicholas Carr to Deliver Closing Keynote Address at SLA 2010 in New Orleans

Nicholas Carr surged to prominence earlier this decade with the publication of his controversial and celebrated Harvard Business Review article, “IT Doesn't Matter,” and his follow-up book, Does IT Matter? […] Read More »

Librarians Honored on the Floor of the U.S. Senate

On Monday March 22, three Library of Congress librarians, including former SLA President and 2009 SLA Hall of Fame Recipient Donna Scheeder, were honored by U.S. Senator Kaufmann on the floor of the Senate. Donna […] Read More »

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