Face of SLA in Seattle

Please come by and have your professional picture taken to be used in a super cool initiative for SLA’s centennial celebration in 2009 featuring SLA members and quotes from them, […] Read More »

Lubuto Library Project Update in Seattle

An outpouring of SLA members’ support after Jane Kinney Meyers was presented with the 2007 Dow Jones Leadership Award in Denver has propelled the Lubuto Library Project forward on many […] Read More »

The “Face of SLA” Project

For those attending the SLA2008 in Seattle…. Please come have a professional picture taken to be used in a super cool initiative for SLA's centennial celebration in 2009! The "Face […] Read More »

Special Library in Space: Phoenix Drops DVD on Mars

First Interplanetary Library on Mars! Digital DVD titled Visions of Mars – the first library on Mars – contains materials that represent 20 nations and cultures. Visions of Mars includes […] Read More »

Proof in the Numbers- Value of Info Pros

Take a moment to check this article out for some great data to support you in your next performance review…From CIO Magazine, 31 May, 2008 Bad Web Research Costs Money, […] Read More »

Blogging in Seattle: “sla2008” Official Tag for Posts

Attending the SLA Annual Conference and want to blog for SLA? Contact Carolyn Sosnowski, SLA's Information Specialist, at resources@sla.org to get more information and to sign up! Blogging on the […] Read More »

Bloggers Happy Hour

Over on What I Learned Today…, Nicole Engard posted information about the IT Division’s Blogging Section happy hour, scheduled for Tuesday the 17th at Wild Ginger (5:30-7:30).  More details in […] Read More »

Not for Tourists – Part 2 (useful stuff!)

I got the actual book of Seattle from Not for Tourists and found that the area we’ll be in is covered by Map 3.  Map 3 is online!  Essentials Sundries […] Read More »

Looking forward to Seattle

I am looking forward to seeing everyone in Seattle in just a few weeks.  Gloria and her team have put together a great conference and everything from the keynotes to […] Read More »

Be all that you can be…Be a blogger

The SLA Conference is fast approaching, and we’re looking for bloggers to share their conference experiences.  If you’re planning to attend, we’d love for you to sign up and blog […] Read More »

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