The Library of the Future: What is an Info Pro?

From left: Linda Stoddart (United Nations), Richard Hulser (Library Consultant), Stephen Abram (SirsiDynix) and Cindy Hill (Hill Information Consulting Group) I found it interesting that the first question asked at […] Read More »

Google Speaks

Dan Clancy, engineering director at Google Book Search, will be the featured speaker at the SLA Public Policy Update.  The Google Book Settlement is a hot topic right now, so […] Read More »

SLA Awards & Colin Powell’s Opening Keynote

When I left the opening session of the SLA conference yesterday, I left inspired. The event opened with a series of awards that recognize professionals in various fields for the […] Read More »

We tweet, therefore, we are!

A growing number of people at the conference are using Twitter. The use of this year’s conference tag (#sla2009) has already surpassed the used of the conference tag (#sla2008) last […] Read More »

PAM Division History…come and hear the stories

A history of the Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division will be presented on Tuesday, 9:30am-11:00am, in room 201 in the convention center. Speakers for this session include Dorothy McGarry, David Stern, Michael Fosmire, […] Read More »

Jane Kinney Meyers Awarded One-Year SLA Membership

Jane Kinney Meyers (left) was awarded a one-year SLA membership for her poster "Lubuto: Excellent Special Libraries for African Street Children" at the Poster session & open house of the […] Read More »

What are the SLA Contributed Papers?

Each Fall, SLA members submit abstracts to the Contributed Papers Selection Committee.  This year we received over 40 abstracts, 9 of which were selected to be presented at the conference.  […] Read More »

Remember to look up

Washington, DC has beautiful architecture, so as you roam around the city, remember to look at the buildings.  Check out both new and old structures, and especially old churches.  You may […] Read More »

A Room with a View (of the Future)

Wondering what the future of SLA looks like? It was on display at the first-timers' reception Sunday afternoon. More than a hundred young information professionals ate finger food, swapped business […] Read More »

Monday book signings

Or is it "books signings"?  Anyway. There are four book signings today in the SLA Marketplace in the INFO-EXPO, Booth 639.  Here's the schedule: 11:00am-11:45am Ellen Ernst Kossek, CEO of […] Read More »

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