SLA Member Discount: ASIDIC Fall Meeting

As the leaves begin to change and with the recent political change-over in Washington, change is in the air, as they say. That is why the Association of Information and […] Read More »

There’s Still Time to Save $$ for SLA 2010

Register today for SLA 2010 at the 2009 Early Bird rate and save $50! So don't wait–this offer flies away on Friday, 4 September. For a genuine New Orleans experience, […] Read More »

SLA Now Has a Taxonomy Division!

“SLA members demonstrate expertise across a very broad spectrum of industries and disciplines, and the profession is rapidly growing to include an even wider range of career tracks,” said SLA […] Read More »

Are YOU Ready to Vote on the Future Leaders of SLA?

E-voting for the 2010 Board of Directors election will begin on September 9 and run through 5:00 pm EDT on October 1. Are you ready to place an educated vote […] Read More »

SLA Centennial DVD

The SLA Centennial Celebration DVD is made up of video highlights from the SLA 2009 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO held in Washington, D.C., 14 – 17 June 2009. From the […] Read More »

Is There Room on Your Resume for Additional Expertise?

As an SLA member you have access to hundreds of video tutorials to broaden your skills and test the waters of new technologies.  Create Excel charts like a pro, discover […] Read More »

SLA 2009 Attendee Survey Contest Winners!

Following each annual conference, SLA sends out a survey to all attendees asking them for feedback on the conference. We use the information gathered through this survey to improve attendees' conference experience and make […] Read More »

SLA 2010 Opening Keynote: True New Orleans Local Flavor

For a genuine New Orleans experience, SLA 2010 will feature two well-known “locals” you won’t want to miss for the Opening Keynote Address!  This appropriate kick-off to our Annual Conference […] Read More »

Info Today: Update on Google Book Search at SLA 2009

If you haven't been following the situation with the Google Book Search, take a moment to read Paula Hane's Information Today article,"Update on the Google Book Settlement" The article is a great […] Read More »

Four Simple Steps for Submitting a Request for Information (RFI) Using the SLA Vendor Search

Need to submit a proposal or a bid? Try the SLA Vendor Search! As our managers are asking for more options in content and services to compare pricing in these […] Read More »

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