Information Outlook


Winter 2024

About Information Outlook
We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to you as we proudly announce the 115th anniversary of The Special Libraries Association, and the re-launch of Information Outlook. This momentous occasion marks over a century of unwavering commitment to our mission and the communities we passionately serve.

Founded in 1909, SLA has evolved dynamically, embracing change, and pioneering innovative solutions to address the evolving needs of our community. It’s with great pride that we share this milestone, and we are excited to embark on the next chapter of our journey.

As we reflect on the past 115 years, our commitment to research, information professionals, and special libraries, has remained steadfast. We have weathered challenges, celebrated victories, and above all, remained dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of those we serve.

In the spirit of this celebration, we are thrilled to revitalize Information Outlook just in time to celebrate this milestone! This edition will not only showcase our rich history, but will also highlight the innovative programs, partnerships, and initiatives that have defined our legacy.

We invite you to join us on this exciting journey of exploration and discovery. All SLA members are welcome to submit content for this magazine and all subject matter is accepted. The goal of this magazine is to showcase the power, relevance, and expertise within our association and the impact our members have on our society.

Your continued support has been instrumental in our success, and we are grateful for the enduring partnerships that have propelled us forward. We look forward to sharing this significant milestone with you and the broader community through the pages of Information Outlook 2.0.

Thank you for being an essential part of our history and for contributing to the innovative world of the information professional. Here’s to 115 years of impact, and to many more years of collaboration, innovation, and community building.

Leslie Steele
SLA Executive Director

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