Event Review: Blockchain. What is it and what can it do for you? Wednesday 26th June.

Thank you to Fraser Walker for this review. Fraser is a Knowledge and Information Officer – Tax at Slaughter and May Presentations were delivered by Dr Aeron Buchanan of the Web3 Foundation, Sally Connor of EY  and Simon Drane of Earlsferry Advisory. Each examined the capabilities and risks associated with […]

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SLA Europe – review of 2018 by departing President, Katharine Schopflin

2018 was SLA Europe’s year of listening to members and working to shape ourselves into the world’s best value organisation for information professionals. Before I outline our main achievements, I must pay tribute to the SLA Europe Board and sub-committees. We simply couldn’t do what […]

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SLA White Paper – Assessing Corporate Health with Machine Learning

Assessing Corporate Health with Machine Learning Dr. Andrew Duchon Director of Data Science at Manzama, Inc. Business development and competitive intelligence both require understanding what is happening with client companies, prospective clients, and even entire industries.   One attorney (or any B2B salesperson) might have 10 […]

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Event Review – News on News: University of Liverpool in London, 21st November 2018

Our thanks to Stéphane Goldstein who kindly agreed to write this review and to the sponsors Manzama for making the event possible.  Stéphane is the founder of community interest company InformAll, which promotes the relevance, importance and benefits of information literacy in the library world and beyond. […]

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Event Review: SLA Europe Spring Stroll: Following in the footsteps of the Suffragettes – 26th April 2018

Event Review: SLA Europe Spring Stroll: Following in the footsteps of the Suffragettes. 26thApril 2018 Our thanks to Simon Burton for writing this review. Simon is SLA Europe’s President Elect, Sponsorship Manager and Managing Director and Co-founder of CB Resourcing, a leading knowledge and information […]

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An interview with Ian O’Leary – Chair of the new professionals and student relations committee

Tell us how you started off in the information profession?  When I was at university I got a summer job working in a medical library and it took off from there for me.  I did my professional qualification at University College Dublin and since then […]

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