#SLAtalk: Become a Crucial Associate—Tasks for Modern Info Pros

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SLA’s Public Relations Advisory Council (PRAC) is partnering with the Online Content Advisory Council for our next #SLAtalk discussion. Inspired by the SLA/Financial Times report, The Evolving Value of Information Management, PRAC has identified four tasks for modern info pros that will be the topics of the October edition of our hour-long Twitter chat series.

Tuesday, October 28
Session 1: 3:00 p.m. Eastern time
Session 2: 10:00 p.m. Eastern time
What time is that where you are?

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Q1 (first 15 minutes) Be a technical mastermind
How do you learn new tech skills? Which resources do you use to keep current on the latest trends in technology?

Q2 (second 15 minutes Proactively create solutions for the business
What are your sources of inspiration to develop ideas to create solutions for your workplace? Are there any obstacles you’ve had to overcome to get your solutions implemented?

Q3 (third 15 minutes) Link your work to risk mitigation and profits/savings
How do you demonstrate ROI? Can you share any success stories where you helped your workplace increase profits or save money?

Q4 (final 15 minutes) Create dialogues, not transactions
How do you ensure your patrons are aware of the full range of services your workplace offers? What methods have been successful in keeping patrons satisfied and coming back for your services?

Can’t join us live on Twitter? Check the SLA Blog’s #SLAtalk category for the recaps, which will be posted after the sessions.

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