SLA Member Discount: Computers in Libraries and Buying & Selling eContent

SLA has again partnered with Information Today to offer members exclusive discounts on two upcoming conferences: Computers in Libraries, 12 -14 April in Arlington, Virginia, and Buying & Selling eContent, 18-20 April in Scottsdale, Arizona.

SLA members will receive more than half off the regular price for Computers in Libraries. When you register here before 19 March, you will pay the reduced rate of US$ 244 for the full, three-day conference. The focus of Computers in Libraries is on leading-edge technology that is building information fluency, transforming library operations, enabling information products and services, and redefining roles within all types and sizes of library and information services.

SLA will be in booth #721 in the Computers in Libraries Exhibit Hall.  We hope to see you there!

As a Learning Partner for Information Today's eleventh annual Buying & Selling eContent conference, SLA has also negotiated an exclusive member discount of US $600 off the standard registration rate. When you register here as an SLA member, you will pay only US $995. Buying & Selling eContent provides a unique opportunity for information professionals to engage directly with senior executives and content companies, as well as industry hardware and software vendors, in order to help shape the future of the digital content business.

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