An SLA 2011 Recap: Blogs, Videos, and Information Outlook

Few conversations that started at SLA 2011 ended with the conference. There's a ton of follow-up content on the Web, and you need only scan the (re)tweets from @sla2011 to consume reels of conference highlights.

The upcoming September issue of Information Outlook will include an overall recap, but in the meantime, below are several of the numerous highlights out there. This list is designed to grow–if you'd like a post included, shoot me a message at jwalsh@sla.org and I'll add the piece:

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