“What I Wish Everyone Knew About Librarians”

Writing Contest- Grand Prize: US $500! From Smart Poodle Publishing: We feel that librarians are sometimes under appreciated or misunderstood. Now is your chance to speak out by entering our […] Read More »

New Division Proposed for Academics

One of SLA’s greatest strengths is in its divisions, a valuable network rich with subject expertise and outstanding subject-specific programming. However, many academic members also need more generalized content, germane […] Read More »

SPOTLIGHT: Sabrina I. Pacifici, 2008 Innovations in Tech Recipient

SLA and J.J. Keller would like to congratulate and highlight the 2008 recipient of the Innovations in Technology Award, Sabrina I. Pacifici, of LLRX.com and beSpacific.com. From the press release […] Read More »

2008 SLA Research Grants

The Special Libraries Association (SLA) has posted its 2008 SLA Research Grant guidelines and application materials here. SLA supports two types of proposals: Research projects focused on the needs and […] Read More »

2008 SLA Research Grant

SLA has posted its 2008 SLA Research Grant guidelines and application materials at www.sla.org/slaresearchgrant.   SLA supports two types of proposals: Research projects focused on the needs and concerns of information […] Read More »

Thinking green: Can we cut down on paper-based mailings from vendors?

I have started to use Catalog Choice in order to eliminate paper-based catalogues that I receive.  I receive lots of catalogues for personal products that go straight into the recycle […] Read More »

New Outsell report executive summary available for members

We’ve just posted the executive summary of Outsell’s 2007 Information Management Benchmark:  State of the Function to the Recent Industry Reports section of SLA’s website. What are the trends?  Non-traditional […] Read More »

And the Winners Are…

The winners of the Apple iPhone drawing are: Nancy Hicks of the Navy Experimental Diving Unit in Panama City, Florida Mitchell Brown of the University of California at Irvine These […] Read More »

Seattle Photos Online Now!

Are you ready to relive your SLA2008 Seattle experience?? The official photographs from the SLA photographer are up on the Web and ready to access!  Please be sure to go […] Read More »

iGoogle Features “How to” on Copyright

If you have iGoogle on your desktop, you may have noticed that copyright was featured in the How To of the Day section on July 2. If you aren't familiar […] Read More »

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