SLA Awards Presented in Seattle

For those who are not attending SLA in Seattle, a quick list follows of the 2008 SLA Awards presented on Sunday 15 June to an impressive group of information professionals.  […] Read More »

Session Highlights

These are my 5 second highlights from several of the sessions I recently attended.  I usually find the 10 page transcript write ups to be a bit tedious so I’ll […] Read More »

Keep teaching cat and class!

I attended a full and fascinating session by the University of Washington Information School this morning – I was that reticent English woman who was so bad at getting the […] Read More »

Clara Chu on Diversity at the DLDP Breakfast

The photos above were taken at the Annual Diversity Leadership Development Breakfast, which was organized by the Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) Committee. The featured speaker was Dr. Clara M. […] Read More »

Embedded Librarianship: One Session Full, One Empty

Monday afternoon featured two programs back to back on "embedded librarianship". The first didn’t have a big audience, while the second was in a packed room with perhaps 200 people […] Read More »

Word of Mouth Marketing Session

Debra Aho Williamson, Senior Analyst with eMarketer  completed an excellent presentation about word of mouth marketing. According to Williamson word of mouth information is the most valued information resource for […] Read More »

One Year At A Time

Of all the fascinating people you meet at the SLA Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO each year, it is hard to imagine meeting anyone with more continuous attendence at this event […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: Building Bridges, Creating Partnerships

Thanks to Rebecca Jones and Craig Wingrove have just finished this program for the Consulting Section of the Leadership & Management Division.  Wonder what they said?  Read More »

Breaking Bread; Giving Thanks

Exhibitors participating in SLA’s 2008 INFO-EXPO joined association CEO Janice Lachance and Exhibits Director DeVonne Parks for the annual Exhibitors Appreciation Breakfast this morning. It’s a way for SLA to […] Read More »

Innovation Library 2.0 blog twitter IM

What other words could we add, to either attract everyone’s attention, or cause them to delete the message without reading? Twitter is a new instrument that I have been using […] Read More »

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