Category Archives: Weblogs
Gimena Campos Cervera, Senior Researcher at the U.S. Embassy to Italy, kindly gives us an insight to the Spring Event held in Rome, where one of the most innovative trends taking place in libraries in the U.S was discussed.
From our roving reporter at SLA2013. Dennie Heye interviews Jill Strand (SLA 2013 conference chair, winner of the ProQuest/Dialog member achievement award and candidate for president-elect). She talks about what keeps her awake at night about the information profession and her dreams.
Afraid you are missing out on the SLA annual conference in San Diego? Then fear no more! Our roving reporter – and 2013 SLA Fellow! – Dennie Heye is currently in San Diego roaming the halls and corridors of the SLA conference with his trusty iPad, asking questions and recording them for our YouTube channel.
Ruth Jenkins, a previous SLA Europe ECCA winner, was sponsored by Perfect Information to attend their 10th conference at the Aviator Hotel in Hampshire, and kindly shares her experiences with us.
New SLA Fellow Dennie Heye has started to interview other SLA Fellows to find out what we can learn from them. The fourth in this series is with Kate Arnold. Kate is the first non American president elect of the SLA and is also an SLA fellow.
To help members of the European Chapter keep in touch whilst in the USA, the SLA Europe board has set up a document to collect together details of our members who are flying out to San Diego.
John Coll, Head of Access at the National Library of Scotland, kindly reviews a recent SLA event held in Edinburgh.
Our roving reporter – and 2013 SLA Fellow! – Dennie Heye will be roaming the halls and corridors of the SLA conference with his trusty iPad, asking questions and recording them for our YouTube channel. Do you have a question you’d like answered while he’s there? If you do, you can find him on twitter [...]
If so, the SLA Europe Nominating Committee invites you to nominate yourself or recommend a colleague, to serve as President Elect from June 2013, and become President
in January 2014, of the SLA’s European Chapter.
This is the the third in a series of SLA Fellow interviews, featuring Wei Wei who is the Chair of SLA Information Outlook Advisory Council and former Engineering Librarian, specializing in the areas of computer science, computer engineering and information systems at the University of California, Santa Cruz.