Conference Coverage in Information Outlook

There’s plenty of news of SLA 2008 in the April issue of Information Outlook, and more to come in the May and June issues.

April — which already should be on readers’ desks — includes coverage of SLA’s greening activities for the conference.

May — on its way to the printer — features in-depth information on Seattle, the host city. Also in May: close-ups on keynoters Seth Godin and Vint Cerf and looks at some of the other conference programming.

June — to be distributed in attendee registration kits onsite and through its normal mail delivery — takes a virtual view of the conference and includes an interview with Godin.

And look for the July issue of Information Outlook, which will feature post-conference coverage — plus Q&As with candidates for the SLA board of directors.

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