Category Archives: Weblogs
Our thanks to Alana Farrell for writing this review of the Graduate Open Day. Alana is studying for her MSc in Information Science in City University. In her spare time, she writes for her blog about Rediscovering Culture. You can also find her on LinkedIn. On Tuesday the 10th of April, a group of new professionals […]
I have thoroughly enjoyed my first 3 plus months as President of SLA Europe. The SLA Board and Committee members continue to put in many volunteer hours to ensure our chapter remains active and relevant. SLA Europe continues to receive global recognition for its efforts and for its members. The accolades over the past three […]
Earlier this month, we announced the winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards 2014. The winners are Michelle Bond, Rosie Hare, and Lindsay Robinson and are co-sponsored by SLA Europe, Academic Division, Leadership & Management Division, and Legal Division (supported by Jones McClure Publishing). Michelle, Rosie, and Lindsay will be attending the SLA […]
The Special Libraries Association are delighted to announce their very first event in Ireland.
To celebrate National Libraries Day 2014 #NLD2014, ASLIB requested nominations for an information professional to receive flowers, and our very own Anneli Sarkanen won the award for her outstanding work at FieldFIsher Waterhouse and her voluntary work for BIALL and SLA.
Ruth Jenkins has been awarded a travel bursary by the John Campbell Trust to attend the SLA Conference 2014 in Vancouver. Ruth tells us about the award and her recent move between sectors.
The SLA Europe Board is pleased to announce the winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards 2014. Congratulations to Michelle Bond, Rosie Hare, and Lindsay Robinson. All three winners will attend the SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO in Vancouver from 8-10 June 2014. Michelle Bond is a trainee faculty librarian at Liverpool Hope University […]
SLA Europe hosted an event at the National Library of Scotland on 4th March 2014, entitled “Do You Have the Facts on Wikipedia?”. The speaker was Ally Crockford, the first Wikimedian in Residence in Scotland, who works at the National Library of Scotland in a role sponsored by the Wikimedia Foundation. Ally explained that she wanted to give some more information on the Wikimedia Foundation and what it does, and clear up some lingering misconceptions about Wikipedia, which is the sixth most visited website in the world.
In March’s SLA Europe podcast, Dennie Heye talks president-elect Jill Strand about the sale of the SLA Headquarters building, what she is most proud of in SLA right now and her dream vacation. To learn more about the sale of the SLA Headquarters building, please follow this link (login to SLA.org required).
We are very excited to announce that our very own Marie Grace Cannon is the 2014 recipient of the Legal Division’s Non-U.S. Law Librarian bursary to attend the annual conference in Vancouver.