In-depth learning at SLA 2012

It's not too late to consider registering for one or more continuing education courses at SLA 2012 in Chicago.

These courses are in-depth half- and full-day learning sessions presented by SLA's divisions, whose professional development planners have worked hard to bring expert instructors to info pros who will be attending the conference in July.

What might you learn about in a CE course? 

  • Project management (planning, budgeting, and leading)
  • Using social media tools to complement traditional research methods
  • Conducting financial analysis (a value-add for your employer)
  • Identifying and using sources for CI collection

With 16 division-sponsored courses, there's something for everyone on the CE roster.  Take a look!

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