SLA Applauds GAO Report on EPA Closures

The GAO report on the EPA Library closures, issued 13 March, was requested by the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in February 2007 following an outcry by the […] Read More »

Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks…..

Here in the States (specifically in the Washington DC area) April means many things.  We start having warmer and longer days, plenty of rain falls from the sky, flowers are […] Read More »

Innovate 2008

The 2008 SLA Board of Directors hit the ground running at the Louisville Leadership Summit. The three-day meeting was the first meeting of the new association year and is also […] Read More »

SLA Board Awards 2007 SLA Research Grants

The SLA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the award of two 2007 SLA Research Grants: one to Michael Fanning for “Impulse for Growth!” Laying foundations for SLA membership […] Read More »

Hart and Macoustra Honored with 2007 SLA Presidential Citations

The 2007 president of the Special Libraries Association, Rebecca B. Vargha, has honored two SLA members with a 2007 SLA Presidential Citation. Clare Hart, executive vice president at Dow Jones […] Read More »

SLA Presidential Citations

Do you know of SLA members who deserve recognition for going beyond the call of duty? You don’t need to wait for annual nominations to open in November to submit […] Read More »

Academic Librarians and Rank

An interesting article in The Chronicle of Higher Education… “At some (universities), librarians are considered ’administrative/professional’ staff members within the realm of academic administration. At other institutions, librarians are faculty […] Read More »

Send Your Green Ideas to Information Outlook

SLA's magazine is starting a monthly listing of ideas members have used to save energy, save resources, reduce carbon emissions, etc., in their workplaces. The ideas don't have to be […] Read More »

SLA: Knowledge to Go Green

SLA Headquarters recently announced that SLA will join the fight for a cleaner, greener earth. “The time for all organizations to be thinking this way has come, and with the […] Read More »

Guru’s blogs

This Harvard Business Review article, "American Idol, Open Source, and the Million-Dollar Idea Inside You" was interesting and free (and you don’t get much free from HBR), but I really […] Read More »

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