Information sharing

Information sharing.  We do it all the time.  The discussion lists are busy with requests for assistance in finding a citation, an article, or even a place to start for research on an unfamiliar topic.  We strategize about ways to organize and present information, and knowledge, to our clients ways that will be most effective (current awareness services!  mobile updates!  content management systems!).

Now, have you filled out the 2009 Salary Survey questionnaire?  Here's another opportunity to share information with your professional community, and help bolster those requests for salary increases…which might be a tough sell in this economy.  Having data, recent data, to present in a salary negotiation will, ultimately, benefit the membership as a whole…and it'll help *you*, too.

The survey instrument is fairly brief (it will take about 10 minutes of your time), and the results will be available for just $7.95 for participants.  Links to the questionnaire were distributed through e-mail last week, and the results will be available in September.  Please take a few moments to complete the survey, and be sure to click the link at the end for the coupon codes.

For more information about this year's survey, please read this post over on Information Center Connections.  If you have questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with me at csosnowski (at) sla (dot) org.

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