2009 Best Careers: “Librarian” Again Tops U.S. News & World Report List

U.S. News & World Report has once again tagged "librarian" as a hot career for 2009! Special librarian. All sorts of organizations need librarians, not just public libraries. They work for […] Read More »

U.S. General Colin L. Powell to Deliver Opening Keynote Address at SLA 2009

“General Powell is one of the most recognizable figures on the world stage today” notes SLA’s CEO Janice R. Lachance. “His unparalleled experiences at the highest levels of the military, […] Read More »

SLA Nominating Committee Seeking Members with Board Potential

SLA’s Nominating Committee is seeking help from the membership as it looks for its next leaders, specifically members willing to serve in the following positions: president-elect, treasurer, chapter cabinet chair-elect, […] Read More »

Remembering Liz Donovan

Liz Donovan, an SLA member and well-known news research maven, sadly passed away this week at the age of 63.  Liz was a primary researcher on the Watergate story at The Washington Post, […] Read More »

SLA’s 23 Things Countdown: Complete by 15 December

If you haven't completed all 23 Things, you still have till December 15, 12 midnight PST, to do so. Our generous sponsors, Dow Jones & Company and Dialog, have made […] Read More »

A Safe Investment: SLA Membership

In today's rocky economic times, you may be wondering about the best and safest place to invest. Why not invest in yourself and your future through SLA? When times are tough, put your […] Read More »

SLA 2010 Call for Presentations

Call for Participation:  SLA 2010 Annual Conference The Special Libraries Association is pleased to announce its 2010 Annual Conference and INFO-EXPO, to be held 13-16 June in New Orleans, Louisiana, […] Read More »

EXTENDED DEADLINE: SLA Centennial Video Contest

The founders of SLA had a vision for how to fill the networking and educational needs of special librarians. With the forming of SLA in 1909, these fabled past leaders […] Read More »

2008 SLA Member Achievement Award Granted to Rachel Kolsky

"Rachel's dedication and enthusiasm for SLA is contagious, and despite leaving the position of membership chair for SLA Europe, it is clear that she hasn't slowed down one bit in […] Read More »

More pics from SLA Europe Breakfast

Our friends From FreePint enjoy breakfast with SLA Europe (L to R:  Katharine Schopflin, William Hann, Robin Neidorf, Marcy Phelps)  2009 SLA President Gloria Zamora speaks about SLA HQ initiatives….      (L to […] Read More »

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