SLA2008 tag

Use the tag SLA2008 (or sla2008) for blog and Flickr posts….  Can’t wait to see all the pictures! Read More »

2008 Diversity Leadership Development Program Award Recipients

SLA Members to Be Honored at SLA Annual Conference and INFO- EXPO in Seattle “Each and every one of these honorees is exceptionally deserving of this recognition,” said Janice R. […] Read More »

Information with a twist: Vendors keep the party going with Web 2.0

If you want to see what vendors are doing with Web 2.0, Information With a Twist is the article for you.  Carol Tenopir and her co-authors give their views on […] Read More »

Advocacy- SLA Opposes Budget Cuts at NAL

SLA Strongly Opposes Budget Cuts to U.S. National Agricultural Library CEO Lachance Urges Congress to Support Critical Information Services to Public in the Face of Sustainable Growth, Biofuel, and Rising […] Read More »

SLA Update on IFLA and “Stopover Program” en route to Quebec

Headed to IFLA's World Library and Information Congress in Quebec 10-14 August? If you are going to IFLA in Quebec, you might want to consider attending this pre-conference program: Science […] Read More »

New Standards: “I flew all the way here for this?”

Closing keynote speaker Seth Godin had a great post today about how the standards for in-person meetings are changing.  With the rising cost of fuel, the hassle of airline security, […] Read More »

2008 SLA Salary Survey Needs YOU!

For SLA members who have not completed the 2008 SLA Salary Survey questionnaire, an e-mail reminder is on its way. Please don't ignore the reminder, we need your help! To […] Read More »

In Internet Age, Libraries Still Draw a Crowd

As an avid listener to Jim Lehrer’s Newshour when I am working out on my elliptical, and by the way I have lost 21 pounds (weight, not sterling), I was […] Read More »

Not For Tourists: Seattle

In the December 2007 issue of Information Outlook, Carolyn Sosnowski noted a web site for "the locals" called Not For Tourists.  The site contains information on several cities including Seattle.  […] Read More »

Build Your Own Wikipedia

The technology popularized by Wikipedia can help companies gather and manage their own collective knowledge. CIO Magazine has published an interesting article on the subject: How to Build Your Own […] Read More »

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  • Our first web chat with SLA President, Roberto Sarmiento, @panamabob2, and his guest 2011 SLA President, Cindy Roma… https://t.co/NzRXzqplZB
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