Keep On Movin’ On

If you suddenly need to write a resume or are asked to pull together a paragraph about your qualifications or if you need to review your work history having an […] Read More »

Only 0.5% of all librarians in the U.S. are African American males

This news comes from the ALA via Library Journal: Those who attended “An Endangered Species: The Black Male Librarian," a session at the American Library Association (ALA) annual conference yesteday […] Read More »

Over 5,000 attend SLA 2008

Exhibition and attendance figures for the Special Libraries Association’s (SLA) annual conference and INFO-EXPO held in Seattle, 15 – 18 June, exceeded planners’ expectations and included, for the second year […] Read More »

NEW: SLA TV Features 2008 Awards Videos

SLA announced and presented awards to the 2008 Recipients in Seattle on 15 June. For a complete list of all 2008 Award Recipients see previous post Want to learn more […] Read More »

Major Conference Partners

SLA 2008 Features Major Conference Support from Dow Jones & Company, LexisNexis and Springer Read the press release Thank You! To all of our Major Conference Partners for 2008! Read More »

A Visit to the Emerald City

If you had the good fortune to attend the 2008 SLA Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO last week in Seattle, you know what a tremendous success it was. More than 5000 […] Read More »

A Seattle Public Library Draws Conference-Goers

The Central Library in Seattle was a must-see for many SLA 2008 attendees. I stopped cold in my tracks as I came upon it while walking around Seattle during the […] Read More »

Attention: Solos and Small Biz Owners!

SLA Announces Discount Insurance Program Designed to Provide Relief for Independent Information Professionals and Small Businesses in Face of Rising Costs SLA Members Can Now Save up to 40% on […] Read More »

Stephen Abrams at SLA – Creating New Paths

Stephen Abram‘s session on Day 2 of SLA in Seattle, "Reality 2.0 – Transforming  ourselves and our Associations" offered the most thought provoking ideas – definitely the highlight of my […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: Tuesday & Wednesday

I’ve already blogged about two sessions on Tuesday (here and here).  Food first…Since Sunday, I’ve eaten at: Rock Bottom Brewery which has outdoor seating and very good food & beer […] Read More »

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