If These Walls Could Talk …

SLA 2009 doesn't officially open until tomorrow, June 14, but already the D.C. Convention Center is alive with the voices of SLA. But the noise isn't coming from the main floor–it's reverberating along […] Read More »

Have you helped your company with Sharepoint or a metadata initiative?

If you are attending SLA and have been involved in your company’s metadata initiative, I would be very interested in hearing about your experience. Let’s meet on Monday at the […] Read More »

Bridging The Past- Big Praise for the SLA Centennial Timeline

If you haven't seen it yet, please take a moment to read this fabulous editorial from Dick Kaser in the June issue of Information Today! From the article… "There’s much […] Read More »

A Library Themed Ben & Jerry’s Flavor?

There is a newly formed Facebook group for a Library Themed Ben & Jerry’s Flavor. But what do libraries and Ben & Jerry’s have to do with each other? Andy […] Read More »

Lusaka Times Covers International Reception at SLA 2009 and Lubuto Library Project

Calling all SLA 2009 Attendees: Don't miss the International Reception on Monday June 15 at 6:00 pm at the Zambian Embassy in Washington, DC!  This event is already attracting international media […] Read More »

What are you reading on the trip to SLA?

Hi,  I'm testing out this technology. My answer to the question is "The Machiavelli Covenant" by Allan Folsom.  The reviewers complained that it is to much like "The DaVinci Code".  […] Read More »

It’s in Your Hands

If the June issue of Information Outlook isn't in your hands yet, it will be soon. And starting this week, Information Outlook will always be in your hands–the hands of […] Read More »

Hearing from Your Peers

If you've done any level of networking within SLA, you realize that your peers have experiences that you can learn from.  The Contributed Papers sessions offer a chance to hear […] Read More »

Conference Blogging

If you've been reading this blog or Conference Connections, you know that SLA 2009 is just around the corner (conference-related activities begin on Friday, 12 June, and the Opening General […] Read More »

Suggested Conference Sessions for Blog Posts

For more information about these and other SLA 2009 sessions and events, visit the online planner. Sunday 5:15 – 7:15 pmOpening General Session…Colin Powell is the keynote speaker Monday 9:00 […] Read More »

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