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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.
Marie Grace Cannon and Ruth Jenkins, delegates who were sponsored to attend the 2013 Perfect Information Conference in May of last year, tell us what was unique about the conference and why you should consider applying for the PI and SLA Europe Professional Development Award 2014 and attending the Perfect Information Conference 2014
This is the first year of the PI and SLA Europe partnership on the Professional Development Award. The award has been set up to assist SLA members in their professional development from and training and presenting point of view. The winner will be provided with the opportunity to host a workshop at the Perfect Information Conference 2014 on a topic of their choice and will be mentored through the workshop creation process with an experienced SLA member to guarantee they are ready for their big debut.
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.
SPARKS AWARD for PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Travel stipend to attend the 2014 SLA Annual Conference Vancouver BC Canada Application Deadline: March 14, 2014 The Chemistry Division of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) is sponsoring a student/new member travel award to defray the costs of attending the 2014 SLA Annual Conference June 8-10 in Vancouver, BC Canada. […]
his award is intended to promote participation in the SLA Annual Conference by an exceptional library science student. The award recipient will receive a 1-year student membership in SLA and expenses to attend the annual conference in Vancouver!
Sarah Wolfenden was sponsored by ASLIB and SLA Europe to attend the first ASLIB Knowledge and Information Strategy Summit (AKISS) at the British Library, and kindly shares her experiences with us.
Jennie Findlay, also known as @Jaffne, was sponsored by ASLIB and SLA Europe to attend the first ASLIB Knowledge and Information Strategy Summit (AKISS) at the British Library, and kindly shares her experiences with us.
SLA Europe is pleased to offer three opportunities for current European library and information science students and new professionals (those who have been working in the field for less than five years) to attend the 2014 SLA Conference in Vancover.
The Bonnie Hilditch International Librarian Award, sponsored by the Science-Technology and Engineering Divisions, is presented to a librarian outside of the United States and Canada. The purpose of the award is to provide an opportunity for a librarian outside of the United States and Canada to attend the annual Special Libraries Association (SLA) conference. The […]