The Frank Kameny Papers and Archive Activism at SLA

Charles Francis, a public affairs consultant in Washington, D.C. who founded “The Kameny Papers Project" addressed the SLA’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues Caucus at their annual meeting at […] Read More »

Having Fun at SLA2009

You don't stop having fun at SLA conferences just because you are 89.  Past President Vivian Hewitt (1978-1979) enjoying her dance with the robot Millenia.  89!  Our team is always focused on […] Read More »

Ann Sweeney wins Murray Wortzel Award

Congratulations to Ann Sweeney, 2009 recipient of the Social Science Division's Gale Group Murray Wortzel Award. The award was presented at the International Reception at the Zambian Embassy – a […] Read More »

Soaking Up vs. Giving Back

I have been thinking about how I am participating in this conference and how that is different from years past.  In 1992 at my first SLA conference, I diligently went […] Read More »

Extra! Extra! Keynote panelists sign books!

The three keynote panelists will be participating in book signings on Wednesday prior to the Closing General Session.  Don't miss your opportunity to say hello to these authors and speakers. […] Read More »

vendors @sla

I was so happy to see that L. Ron Hubbard has a booth in the INFO EXPO! He really has a lot to teach us all about integrity in the […] Read More »

60 Sites in 60 Minutes: Click on the Links

It's turned into an annual event, and once again it's a standing-room-only one. This year, the speakers are John DiGilio and Gayle Lynn-Nelson. Among the most interesting sites I heard about […] Read More »

Program updates for Tuesday

9:30am-11:00am Finance Committee Meeting (CC 205) Models of Embedded Librarianship (new location: CC 146B) Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division History (CC 201) SLA Tech Zone: Podcasting–Make Noise the New-Fashioned Way (CC 204C) 11:30am-1:00pm […] Read More »

Diversity Leadership Awardees Honored

Gloria Zamora (right) joins this year's Diversity Leadership recipients, from left: Julia Leggett, Regina Beard, Nedelina Tchangalova, Eric Schwarz and Nora Martin. Five information professionals were honored today at the Annual Diversity […] Read More »

MAHD: Envisioning the Future of Museum, Arts, and Humanities Libraries

Michael Edson, the Smithsonian Institution’s Director of Web and New Media Strategy, will speak at the annual conference on Tuesday, June 16 from 9:30 to 11:00 on “Envisioning the Future […] Read More »

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