Rutgers’ ‘Library School’ Rebranding: A Lesson for SLA?

The proposed SLA name change has some parallels with a name change at Rutgers’ “library school” earlier this year, which has yielded very positive results, according to Dean Jorge Reina […] Read More »

Guest Blog: A Vendor’s Perspective on Name Change

Change SLA to ASKPro Mark MaslowskiMarketing Manager, SydneyPLUS International You may have already heard that the Special Libraries Association (SLA) is proposing to change its name to the the Association […] Read More »

2010 SLA Board of Directors Election Results

When the polls closed, 2802 SLA members had cast their ballots and participated in the election.  The results have been finalized and the winners are as follows: 2010 SLA President- […] Read More »

SLA Member Discount: Internet Librarian International

SLA, in conjunction with Information Today, is pleased to offer SLA members a special exclusive 20 percent discount off the standard registration rate for Information Today’s Internet Librarian International 2009 […] Read More »

SLA 2010: Virtually Virtual

To help us determine the level of interest in virtual conference programming, SLA is conducting a survey about adding a virtual component to our 2010 Annual Conference.  Even if you are […] Read More »

September 23 Deadline to Order or Download SLA 2009 Photos

Please be sure to check out the photos from SLA 2009 that are avialable for download or purchase before they are taken down on September 23!  Check them out NOW […] Read More »

2010 Call for Papers: “Entering SLA’s Next Century: Let the Good Times Roll”

SLA Contributed Papers An opportunity to share your knowledge!  How are you putting your hard work into action?  How are you using the long-planned, expertly-vetted, SME-approved technologies in your library?  […] Read More »

Call-In for President-Elect Board Candidates

Please join us for a lively and interactive call with SLA President-Elect candidates Agnes Mattis and Cindy Romaine who will presenting their candidacy, qualifications and ideas as well as responding […] Read More »

SLA & Outsell Vendor Pricing Survey

Vendor portfolio management and the rising cost of content are on the minds of all information professionals. That's why SLA is partnering with Outsell, Inc. to provide SLA members with […] Read More »

SLA Members Get Discounted Rate at Information Today’s Websearch University!

SLA and Information Today, Inc. (ITI), have negotiated a DISCOUNT for SLA members to attend WebSearch University, a conference taking place 14-15 September at the Washington Marriott in Washington, D.C.  The […] Read More »

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