Category Archives: Weblogs
Veronica Kennard, recently retired information professional and previously a Director at the investment bank Rothschild, kindly takes some time to tell us her views on the profession and the benefits of being a SLA Europe member.
This year we’re again holding a virtual AGM via GoToMeeting. We would urge members to join us to hear the highlights of 2013, and a chance to hear more about what volunteering in SLA Europe means. There will be a small amount of necessary formal business but it will also be a way of updating you on the Chapter’s activities over the year, and highlighting some of our plans for 2014.
Geraldine Clement-Stoneham, Knowledge and Information Manager at the Medical Research Council UK, and kindly provides some guidance on how to present a poster at the SLA Annual Conference.
Debora Hodgson kindly shares the results of her survey of the Special Library Association conducted as part of her Master’s degree with the Centre for Information Science, City University London.
SLA Europe President Don Roll invites you to an evening of networking with SLA President Kate Arnold and library and information professionals.
SLA Europe is proud to announce that our podcast is available on iTunes. Alternately, you can use the straight RSS feed for any other podcast software. Or, if you prefer to listen to them in your browser, you can find them in the podcast archive or in the sidebar. In 2014 SLA Europe member Dennie […]
Michelle Bond, Trainee Faculty Librarian at Liverpool Hope University, kindly reviews our Manchester event on new technologies, in association with Manchester NLPN.
The Legal Division of the Special Libraries Association is offering a travel grant to attend the 2013 SLA Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from June 8–10, 2014.
This event is kindly sponsored by Springer and will feature Ally Crockford, Wikimedian in Residence at the National Library of Scotland, who will provide the real facts on Wikipedia.
BIALL, CLSIG and SLA Europe are pleased to invite new professionals, graduate trainees, early career librarians and students to their joint Graduate Open Day at CILIP HQ on Thursday 10th April 2014.