Social Networking for SLA on Facebook

Note: You must have a Facebook profile to view pages and participate in the groups linked to below.

Many SLA Units have created SLA Groups on Facebook and are already doing a great job of utilizing this great tool to keep in touch with each other as well network and share SLA information. 

SLA Headquarters wants to say a big THANK YOU to Stacey Greenwell who is the fabulous SLA member from Kentucky keeping all of the SLA Members on Facebook linked through this group!   

Right now there are just over 800 members of the SLA Members on Facebook group, and we know there are more of you out there, so PLEASE come on in and join the group! Take a look at the other members- maybe you find an old friend to reconnect with, maybe your SLA chapter or division has created a group as well.  (If not, maybe you could start one?)  The possibilities are endless!

SLA HQ wants to encourage all of you members out there who haven't yet tried this super fun and very personalized networking tool- to give it a whirl!!

Playing around on facebook is really quite easy (and addictive!) and has the capacity to open your network to hundreds more people and groups that can assist you in your personal and professional life.

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