“The Culture Keepers”

On Monday, July 20, the Sacramento Bee ran a very nice look at a local special library, the Sacramento Turn Verein library, formally known as the German-American Cultural Center Library, which […] Read More »

SLA and SIIA Co-Sponsor Content Buying Study by Shore

Shore Communications, research and strategy consultants serving the information industry, recently announced a study co-sponsored by SLA and the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA). The study, which will include SLA […] Read More »

The future of conferences (podcast)

No doubt you recognize that the SLA Annual Conference has been changing.  In fact, new conference models are being adopted within the conference industry in order to change them from […] Read More »

Mary Ellen Bates – Candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-Elect – Question #2

One of the key points that has driven the Alignment Project is that we info pros have to use language that the marketplace understands. And we have to make the […] Read More »

Liz Blankson-Hemans – Candidate for Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect – Question #2

For me, the top takeaways from the Alignment Research Report are: 1)  We need to align values with perception in the minds of our organizations, so that instead of describing […] Read More »

Agnes Mattis – Candidate for President Elect – Question # 2

The beauty of the Alignment Project is that the results are two-fold, for us as information professionals and for  the association as a whole. The research put new words behind […] Read More »

Cindy Romaine, Candidate for President-Elect, Question #2

In January 2009, I co-authored the article “Strategic Alignment: Positioning Our Brand for the Future,” for Information Outlook with Bill Fisher and Gloria Zamora. We noted that over the past […] Read More »

Karen Kreizman Reczek, Candidate for Treasurer – Question #2

For me, the key takeaway from the Alignment Report is: The SLA brand is not necessarily recognizable outside of our profession, and this causes a disconnect with how SLA and […] Read More »

SLA Board Candidates – Question #2 – Alignment Project

Candidate Question #2: The Strategic Alignment Project report is in and we are beginning to use its findings to change the face of SLA, and likely change our association name.  […] Read More »

Dan Trefethen, Candidate for Treasurer – Question #2

The top two takeaways from the Alignment research: 1)  Our association name doesn't resonate with our target audience.  This means we are faced with either mounting a large educational campaign […] Read More »

Page 29 of 74« First...1020...2728293031...405060...Last »
  • RT @HarvardBiz: How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off https://t.co/1Qfem95KF0
  • Researchers say their tool can often spot when Wikipedia discussions will degenerate into personal attacks by watch… https://t.co/M0saX10roI
  • How did #MemorialDay come about? An interesting blog post from the @USNatArchives History Office. https://t.co/0hpEewnKDN
  • "#1Lib1Ref – one librarian, one reference – is the Wikimedia Foundation’s initiative to engage the collective knowl… https://t.co/Sju6Y2no16
  • Chapter and Division gatherings and other special events are a big part of the #SLA2018 experience. Be sure to RSVP… https://t.co/IeMjjfTfjU
©2018 Special Libraries Association. All Rights Reserved

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.