#SLAtalk Roundup! Proving the Value of Information Services

We had another excellent turnout for both sessions of April’s #SLAtalk!

We discussed how to prove the value of information services in a variety of settings and roles, as well as how to improve the perception of information services.

The turnout for session 1 was so phenomenal that we may have broken Storify by overloading it with tweets! To scroll through some of the great advice offered in session 1, check out the #SLAtalk search on Twitter (and try toggling between ‘All Tweets’ and ‘Top Tweets’). To see the stellar advice offered during session 2 (the one that didn’t break Storify), that slideshow is below. Enjoy!


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