Interactive map of Seattle

As you prepare for the Annual Conference in Seattle, check out Schmap, an interactive web site with maps, photos, and other information.  There is a Schmap specifically for Seattle. BTW […] Read More »

Selling your organization on the need to attend SLA’s 2008 annual conference

The PubCon Conference Blog has tips for telling your boss on attending a conference and the tips will work for any conference.  They start with "Post Conference Deal Sealers."  Yup…the […] Read More »

FreePint (June 28, 2007) contains articles about SLA Annual Conference

FreePint asked its readers about the sessions it should cover at the Annual Conference, then covered them!  The June 28 issue includes articles and sessions summaries written by FreePint editors […] Read More »

Mary Ellen Bates

Last year, at the Baltimore conference, one of the attendees recommended me to sit in on one of  Mary Ellen Bates ‘Super Searchers” seminars. “She’s considered the research guru of […] Read More »

To Multi-class, or not…

I don’t think it’s just me. I look at the program schedule and I see one class that really grabs my interest, and then another one that looks just as […] Read More »

Those conference pedometers: How do they work?

At least two vendors in the Exhibit Hall gave out pedometers.  If you have been using yours and wondering how it works, here is place that gives an explanation as […] Read More »

Contributed Papers Now Online

The contributed papers from SLA 2007 are now online. To read them, click here. Some of the papers also will be published in a special August issue of Information Outlook. […] Read More »

Gadgets, Gadgets, Gadgets

Who doesn’t love gadgets? And a program about gadgets and which ones are super-cool? – that’s even better. Brian Neale, Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw; Holly Pinto, Holland & Hart; […] Read More »

Spectacles: How Pop Culture Views Librarians

Thanks again to everyone who came to my session Tuesday afternoon – the web version of the talk is now available.  It’s not quite the same as being there 🙂 […] Read More »

MLD

The Military Librarians Division had a good conference.  More than sixty of us showed up for the opening ceremony, and SLA kindly put us in a special reserved section.  They […] Read More »

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