On the Ground Report: Online Information London

Greetings all from London where I am attending the Online Information 2008 Conference. SLA is exhibiting at the conference and our booth (or "stand") had a very successful day with […] Read More »

Where is SLA on your list?

December is a time for making lists.  Who will you give gifts to during the holidays?  What parties will you attend?  Where will you volunteer time (or give money)?  Who […] Read More »

2008 Recruit-a-Member Campaign! Are you participating?

SLA would like to welcome our new members and thank all those dedicated members who have already participated. The Recruit-a-Member Campaign is an annual membership drive – and we need […] Read More »

P.K. Jain and Lynne McCay Honored by SLA for “Going Above and Beyond Call of Duty”

The 2008 Professional Award, sponsored by Springer, rewards volunteer leader dedication and innovation The awards for 2008 are presented to Praveen Kumar (P.K.) Jain, for his successful efforts in growing […] Read More »

Millennials: An untapped resource

Last week I attended a mini-conference sponsored by Starwood Hotels.  No surprise, the big topic of conversation was the economy and what it meant for the future of everyone’s business.  […] Read More »

2008 SLA Salary Survey Shows Increases for Info Pros Outpace Inflation

For the second year, the SLA Salary Survey and Workplace Study contains salary information and other data from respondents in SLA Europe in addition to the US and Canada.  For […] Read More »

ebic 2008 in Berlin, and the Future of Work to 2020

I recently attended the European Business Information Conference (ebic) 2008  conference in Berlin, participating both as delegate and co-facilitator of a session. The theme of the conference, “imagine … connecting […] Read More »

SLA Centennial Website Launched, Previews Year-Long Celebration

The SLA Centennial Commission announces the launch of the SLA Centennial Celebration Web site, the official gateway to celebrations for the 2009 SLA Centennial! SLA was founded in 1909 by […] Read More »

SLA Adds New Dues Tier for Info Pros Making Less than $18K

With many facing lay offs and cutbacks SLA members are able to rely on their professional association to provide assistance in tough times SLA has added a third tier of […] Read More »

Top 10 Reasons for attending SLA 2009 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO

It’s no secret that today’s changing technology and ever-increasing management expectations require information professionals to demonstrate a positive impact on their organizations.  You have to be a great researcher and […] Read More »

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