Research is Alive and Well in SLA

Financial constraints may have put SLA research grants on hold, but not research itself. For proof, check out the contributed papers that were presented at SLA 2011 in Philadelphia.

The papers addressed a variety of topics, with titles ranging from "Libraries and Cloud Computing" to "Leading Future-Focused Scenario Planning Efforts in Knowledge Organizations." A paper titled "Communicating Value through Strategic Alignment," submitted by Melanie Browne of Maple Lead Foods in Toronto, was named the best contributed paper and is published in the July/August issue of Information Outlook.

To read contributed papers from past SLA conferences, click on "Events" on the menu bar of SLA's Website, then click on "Conference Presentations."


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