Seeking a more Diverse Membership

SLA DLDP Award Applications due 15 February 2010 The SLA Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) Award aims to accelerate the advancement and visibility of members who represent a diverse population […] Read More »

Janice Lachance Honored with 2009 Dialog Member Achievement Award

The award is bestowed on an SLA member for raising visibility, awareness and appreciation of the information profession or the association at large. Lachance was honored for her six years […] Read More »

Nominations for SLA 2010 Awards Deadline is Fast Approaching!

The SLA Honors and Awards Committee is accepting 2010 nominations until January 15 for the following awards: The Dow Jones Leadership Award SLA Hall of Fame Award Dialog Member Achievement Award Rose L. […] Read More »

Barbie Keiser Recognized with 2009 Dow Jones Leadership Award

“For thirty years, Barbie Keiser has worked to bring the availability of electronic information sources to corporations, communities and individuals around the globe. Barbie is a particularly good example of […] Read More »

Have you told your story about purchasing information?

As you’re catching up with your emails after the holiday season, I hope that you’ve had a chance to review the invitation for SLA members to participate in the “New […] Read More »

Dow Jones Combines Consumer and Enterprise Businesses In New Organizational Structure

NEW YORK, Jan. 4, 2010—Dow Jones & Company announced a new organizational structure combining its consumer and enterprise businesses in a unified group serving customers across all platforms and distribution […] Read More »

SLA Board Member Deb Hunt Honored for Innovative “23 Things” Program

Deb Hunt, Principal at Information Edge in San Leandro, Calif. and a member of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Board of Directors, was honored by Information World Review (IWR) magazine […] Read More »

Reminder: SLA Rising Star and Fellows Nominations Due December 15!

SLA is now accepting nominations for all 2010 association-level awards! In a change from previous years, the deadline to submit a nomination for a Fellow or a Rising Star will fall before […] Read More »

SLA Name Will Stay: Alignment of Association to Continue

Voting in record numbers, SLA members failed to approve a proposal to change the organization’s name to the Association for Strategic Knowledge Professionals.  50 percent of those members eligible to […] Read More »

SLA members interviewed for “Beyond the Book”

SLA members Dennie Heye of the Netherlands and Stephen Kizza of Uganda were recently interviewed for the “Beyond the Book” podcast.  ("Beyond the Book" is part of the educational program […] Read More »

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