Partnership Releases New Learning Resource

On the heels of the recent launch of its new Learning Initiative Partnership (L.I.P.), SLA has teamed with the Institution of Engineering and Technology to release a PowerPoint presentation on research workflows to complement a white paper on the same topic released earlier this month.

SLA members can access the presentation by visiting this page, clicking on “View Slides and Audio,” and completing the form. Members are encouraged to share their opinions and ideas about research workflows on Twitter at #SLAIETLIP and #researchworkflow and on SLA discussion lists.

For more information about the L.I.P., see the press release.

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