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 firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll add the piece:
- Amy Levine's "Chasing SLA" for Legal Division Quarterly
- Alyson Avery's experience (Local Arrangements Co-Chair for Chicago 2012)
- Chris Cooper–Reflections from an Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) winner
- Deborah E.B. Keller on the Goverment and Military Unconference
- Hazel Hall – SLA Europe Information Professional of the Year
- Jamie Marie Keller's Conference Report for the Florida and Carribean Chapter
- Jen Wiley's "SLA 2011" (a student member)
- Jill Hurst-Wahl's "James Kane and Loyalty"
- Jill Hurst-Wahl's "Quick Wrap-up" for the Upstate NY Chapter
- Kama Sue Siegel's "SLA in Philly: One Librarian's Perspective"
- Lassana Magassa's summary of "Creating Groupies: Info-Pro Guerilla Marketing"
- Laura Woods' "Networking the American Way" for Legal Division Quarterly
- Lisa Chow's "SLA 2011 Conference Highlights from a Rising Star"
- Natalia Madjarevic (an ECCA winner)
- Ned Potter, ECCA winner's VIDEO
- Sam Wiggins (an ECCA winner)
- Sara Batts (a 2011 SLA Rising Star)
- Stephen Abram's "Getting Out in Front of the Curve" (slides)
- Zena Applebaum's recap for 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
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