Career Connection…are you prepared?

Career Connection combines the power of the Web with the power of the face-to-face meeting! Don’t miss out on the hottest job opportunities and meet face-to-face at the 2009 SLA […] Read More »

SLA 2009 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO…can you afford not to be there?

Did you know… If you purchase a one-day  member pass you can attend the SLA 2009 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO. The one day pass is available to SLA members at […] Read More »

The Meetings Industry and You

Recently, I attended a meeting called "Leading the Way…A Brain Trust for Success."  This meeting, presented by the Professional Convention Management Association, consisted of about 40 planners and suppliers discussing […] Read More »

SLA Vendor Industry Search

As you all recently received your January/February issue of Information Outlook, the Preliminary Conference Program for the SLA 2009 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO and you also received the SLA Industry Vendor […] Read More »

SLA Centennial Video Contest: View and Vote for Your Favorites

Voting is now open in the SLA Information Professional of Tomorrow video contest! Celebrate SLA's Centennial year by casting your ballot for your favorite video in the Student and the […] Read More »

Costume research? No problem.

The Broadway revival of West Side Story is also a Librarian Story.  Read in this recent New York Times article about how the quest for historically accurate information led to, […] Read More »

Call for Nominations: 2009 SLA Rising Star Award

Do you know someone who is new to the information profession and shows exceptional promise for leadership, innovation and success?  Please consider nominating that SLA member for the new SLA […] Read More »

2008 SLA Research Grant awarded for project on non-traditional roles for information professionals in biomedical research

A 2008 SLA Research Grant has been awarded to Betsy Rolland and Emily Glenn for their research project, "Experimenting Outside the Information Center: Non-Traditional Roles for Information Professionals in Biomedical Research." The […] Read More »

San Jose and SLA Form Members-Only Cohort for Executive MLIS Program

Executive MLIS Degree Program Focuses on Business and Management Skills A unique learning cohort is now available for information professionals who want to earn a Master of Library and Information […] Read More »

eContent Magazine Profiles: SLA Member Jan Weaver, Medical Librarian

"When she began working at Deakin University in 2007, Jan Weaver focused on  developing a medical and health sciences library collection to support the new School of Medicine. "I work […] Read More »

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