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What is “decision-ready information,” and what differentiates it from other information? What makes a good library or information center manager? How important are professional connections outside the library field, and with what kinds of “outsiders” should you connect?

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Information Outlook, the magazine of SLA, will address these and other questions of interest to special librarians in 2016. But before Information Outlook can address them, there’s another question to be answered: Who will write the articles?

Check out the 2016 editorial calendar and see if any of the theme topics or underlying questions pique your interest. If so, contact the editor or any member of the Information Outlook Advisory Council.

For more information about writing for Information Outlook, read the guidelines. To read recent articles, click on the “Information Outlook” button next to the blog posts on the home page.

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