#SLAtalk: SLA 2015 Closing General Session

Live from Boston—it’s #SLAtalk!

Join Tracy Z. Maleeff, chair of SLA’s Online Content Advisory Council, for a very special Twitter chat on Tuesday, June 16, during the Closing General Session of the SLA 2015 Annual Conference. The Closing Session will feature a presentation by Kim Dority, who will discuss key points from the forthcoming revised edition of her book, Rethinking Information Work: A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals (Libraries Unlimited 2015).

For a fuller description of the Closing General Session, click here.

Tuesday, June 16
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.* Eastern time
What time is that where you are? Check here.
How can you participate?

  1. Follow @SLAhq on Twitter.
  2. Use hashtag #SLAtalk to participate in the chat.
  3. New to Twitter chats? Read this to learn what to do.

Questions? Contact Tracy at socialmedia1@sla.org.

* The Twitter chat will begin when Kim Dority’s presentation commences, which may not be exactly at 4:00 p.m. Follow the Twitter feed to know when the chat starts.

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