All SLA Europe members are invited to join us for our virtual AGM on Tuesday March 17th at 12.30 GMT. This is your chance to let us know how we are doing, as well as to catch up on our achievements in 2014 and plans for the rest of 2015. The President’s report, Treasurer’s report […]
Dear SLA Europe, As Past President and Nominations Chair for SLA Europe, I would like to request nominations for the position of SLA Europe President Elect for 2015. The role of President Elect is a 3 year commitment; you will be required to stand as Chapter president in 2016 and past president in 2017. […]
SLA Europe member and previous ECCA winner Sarah Wolfenden, currently a Subject Liaison Librarian at Brunel University, kindly takes some time to tell us about her upcoming presentation at Internet Librarian International 2014, her views on the profession and the benefits of becoming a volunteer. Sarah keeps a regular blog at The Wolfenden Report and can be found on Twitter as @SarahWolfenden
On the 4th of September, SLA Europe hosted a panel discussion on the FT/SLA Survey. The panellist were Sarah Farhi (Allen & Overy), Janice LaChance (SLA) and Stephen Phillips (Morgan Stanley) and they discussed the survey’s 12 Action points with examples from their own experience. Watch the discussion in full below. The event was kindly […]
Helen Doyle, Treasurer of CILIP’s Catalouging and Indexing Group (CIG) and Information Officer at Norton Rose Fulbright, tells us about her first experience of an SLA event.
Tracy Z. Maleeff is our guest in this episode of the SLA Europe podcast. Tracy won the inaugural Dow Jones Innovate award and is currently the conference chair for the SLA conference in 2015. She is the library resources manager at Duane Morris LLP in Philadelphia and is an active SLA member. In this interview, Dennie Heye […]
A reminder that with a week to go (deadline: 24th of September) on the SLA 2015 Board of Director voting, we are also voting on two important Bylaws changes: • To recognize Joint Cabinet as an official body of the Association • Allow caucuses to be formed based upon geography Links to more information about […]
Our thanks to Katharine Schopflin for kindly reviewing an SLA event sponsored by the FT, exploring a study on the evolving value of information management. Katharine is a knowledge and information manager and can be found on Twitter as @Schopflin and on LinkedIn.
SLA is now accepting proposals for papers to be presented at the 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO, to be held June 14-16 in Boston. Paper topics should be related to library science, information management, or other issues pertaining to client service, technology, or administration in special libraries. Paper topics should be relevant to the conference […]
Our thanks to Andrew Grave for this review of our Walking Tour with Rachel Kolsky and Legalinx. With a background in business research and analysis, Andrew provides training and support to corporate information teams and to organisations without an information function through his company Research Counts. Like a lot of people, my first awareness of […]