Tales of Tweeting, Stories of Sharing: The 2015 Contributed Papers

What can Twitter tell us about library consultants? How can search go beyond keywords to incorporate meaning and intelligence? Why, how, when and with whom should organizations share data? How can library staff best support an organization that is trying to bring intellectual property to market?

If you want the answers to these questions—and proof that research and scholarship are alive and well in SLA—mark your conference schedule to include the three contributed papers sessions at SLA 2015. Each session will feature SLA members presenting the findings of their research into topics such as improving health information literacy, addressing the “open information” universe, succeeding at knowledge management, and improving librarians’ networking skills, to name just four.

If you can’t attend all three sessions, don’t fret—the papers will be posted on sla.org after the conference, so you can read them as time permits. But if you want the inside scoop on the research, there’s no substitute for hearing what the authors have to say. Mark your schedule now!

What: Contributed Papers Presentations
When: Sunday, June 14, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
When: Monday, June 15, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
When: Tuesday, June 16, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

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