A Glimpse of Our 1915 Annual Conference

SLA’s Centennial Commission map of past conferences caught my eye. Tiny Haines Falls, New York, (population 913) was the site of SLA’s 1915 annual conference.  The only possible place could […] Read More »

Photos From SLA 2009 Now Available for Download

All the photos taken by SLA's photographer during SLA 2009 are available for viewing and download now! These will remain posted for a limited time, so be sure to take […] Read More »

Information sharing

Information sharing.  We do it all the time.  The discussion lists are busy with requests for assistance in finding a citation, an article, or even a place to start for […] Read More »

Taxonomies Anyone?

When SLA members meet, things happen.  A group of SLA members are circulating a petition for the creation of a new SLA division, focusing on ways to organize and structure […] Read More »

SLA Members Get Free Trial of BNA Stimulus News Dashboard

Did you know that our SLA members can now receive a complimentary trial to the BNAInfoDash Economic Stimulus Dashboard? As the economic stimulus bill creates billions of dollars in funding […] Read More »

SLA Unconference in Second Life on Friday, June 26 at 11 EDT

Please join CEO Janice Lachance and 2009 SLA President Gloria Zamora for a post-conference "unconference" at the SLA space in Second Life! Chat with them and other SLA members about the […] Read More »

View from the Convention Center at SLA 2009

The Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC provided a beautiful city view.   Note: Also posted on the Government Info Pro Blog. Our team is always focused on […] Read More »

PTDLP at SLA

Right next to the DTIC booth was the very busy Patent and Trademark Depository Library Program booth. There was a lot of excitement to be seen at the government booths […] Read More »

DTIC at SLA

In the INFO-EXPO at SLA 2009 in Washington, DC, the DTIC booth was so popular every time that I walked by that the crowd spilled into the aisle. It's great […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: What a week!

Yes, what a week! This conference, which celebrated our 100th anniversary as an organization drew 5,856 conference attendees, up 16% from last year and the most in six years. Conference […] Read More »

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