We’ll always have the movies – giving a narrative to chaos, sound familiar?

A wonderful surprise on the last day: a wonderful talk on the American cinema during WWII. I arrived 5 minutes before the start and was lucky to get a seat. […] Read More »

DTIC at the Info Expo

It’s great to see DTIC with a table in the INFO EXPO at SLA 2008 in Seattle. Libraries marketing themselves in such a dynamic way is something that’s always great […] Read More »

Wrapping Up

Only about 16 hours after the fabulous IT dance party am I starting to feel normal again. I have, however, recovered enough to attend the Closing General Session and I’m […] Read More »

SLA Award Winners Bask In Limelight

Once you have received a coveted SLA award, you carry this honor with you no matter where you travel. It may be the highlight of your career or an important […] Read More »

Do you want to join the Second Life Workgroup?

With the exposure that the Second Life Workgroup has received at the conference, team members are receiving inquiries from SLA members who would like to join our efforts to help […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: ProQuest bought Dialog & a Bit of History

In 1992 (my first annual conference) the big parties included Standard & Poors, Moody’s, and Dialog.  Dialog, founded in 1967 by Roger Summit at Lockheed, was one of the "big […] Read More »

For Early Risers: “Father of Microsoft TechFest” at KM in Seattle

Come to the "KM in Seattle" program in CC 611-612 to hear Phil Fawcett, "father of Microsoft TechFest" along with Jeanne Blue of Boeing’s Ed Wells Initiative Partnership and Maryanne […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: President’s presentation

These are excerpts and quotes. Stephen Abram is giving a separate president’s message session and talking about lifelong learning.  "Connect people with information in a positive way." "We’re all transformational […] Read More »

Chipmunk Joins Librarians at Conference

This chipmunk was spotted scurrying along the corridors of the convention center, perhaps on its way to the session on "What’s Cooking?" The photo above was taken when the chipmunk […] Read More »

SLA’s Click University Celebrates Three Years of Growth and Success

2008 Brings New Professional Development Offerings Exclusively for SLA Members Three years after Click University was launched, the Special Libraries Association's 24/7 online learning community continues to add new programs […] Read More »

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