New Orleans Has Something for Everyone. Even Copyright Experts.

New Orleans is one of those amazingly unique cities that offers an array of culturally rich traditions and customs. King Cake. Beignets at Café Du Monde. Bananas Foster at Brennan's. […] Read More »

James Carville and Mary Matalin to Kick Off SLA 2010 in New Orleans!

Political Powerhouse Couple to Welcome Conference Attendees to The Big Easy Husband-and-wife political commentators James Carville and Mary Matalin will deliver the opening keynote   address June 13 at the SLA […] Read More »

As the economy makes its recovery, what trait will characterize the successful organization? Innovation.

Info pros are always eager to introduce new ways of thinking into their organizations, but finding time to flex your innovative muscle may not have been a priority in the […] Read More »

Early Bird Registration Ends 9 April 2010 – Register Today!

Early Bird Registration Ends 9 April 2010 – Register Today! Register Today for SLA 2010! Join SLA 13-16 June in captivating New Orleans for the SLA 2010 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO.With […] Read More »

Got a Question for Nicholas Carr?

What would you say to a man who claims computers aren’t nearly so important to business success as they used to be, that Web 2.0 tools are “amoral,” and that […] Read More »

Complimentary Access to Two More ProQuest & Dialog Databases

SLA recently partnered with ProQuest & Dialog to allow SLA members 90 days of complimentary access to specific ProQuest or Dialog databases. SLA negotiated this opportunity to provide members with […] Read More »

Shape the Future of IMLS, Participate in Wiki on Future of Museums & Libraries

The U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has launched a wiki-based dialogue on the future of libraries and museums called UpNext. Between now and 12 May, there will be nine […] Read More »

Call for nominations: Best New Orleans Restaurants

The worst-kept secret about New Orleans is that it has some of the best restaurants anywhere.  Those of us who love the Crescent City positively agonize about where we will […] Read More »

SLA Member Discount-Institute for Competitive Intelligence DEADLINE EXTENDED

The Institute for Competitive Intelligence has extended the registration deadline until 15, March for all SLA members who would like to participate in their series of onsite courses to be […] Read More »

Alignment Step 3: Actions You Can Take NOW to Increase Your Value in the Workplace

3. Align With Other Departments Set up meetings with other departments to learn more about their current and upcoming priorities and the information they will need to be successful. (Ask if […] Read More »

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