SLA is now accepting proposals for papers to be presented at the 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO, to be held June 14-16 in Boston. Paper topics should be related to library science, information management, or other issues pertaining to client service, technology, or administration in special libraries. Paper topics should be relevant to the conference […]
Michelle Bond is back again after kindly writing up the ‘Beyond Borders’ session from #SLA2014; a session which explored working across different cultures and countries. True story: before I decided to be a librarian, I was considering doing my masters in cross-cultural communication. I thought it might be a bridge between my itinerant lifestyle and […]
As promised, Michelle is back with her second blog post about the SLA 2014 annual conference in Vancouver. Michelle won one of SLA Europe’s Early Career Conference Awards, in partnership with the Academic Division. To see Michelle’s first post about her conference reflections, click here. I talked a lot in my previous post about […]
Time for us to hear from Lindsay Robinson, who received the 2014 Early Career Conference Award that was co-sponsored by the Legal Division. Here are her reflections on attending the conference in Vancouver. Like many people who apply for the Early Career Conference Award, I sent in my application with a lot of hope but […]
Michelle is the recipient of this year’s Early Career Conference Award in partnership with the Academic Division and got to attend the SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver. This post is the first part of Michelle’s conference reflections, so look out for part two over the next few weeks! It’s all about the members […]
Rosie Hare is the recipient of one of our 2014 Early Career Conference Awards in partnership with the Leadership and Management Division, and got to attend the SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver. This post is the second of a two part blog post on Rosie’s SLA conference reflections and you can find the first post here. As […]
Rosie Hare is the recipient of one of our 2014 Early Career Conference Awards in partnership with the Leadership and Management Division, and got to attend the SLA 2014 Annual Conference in Vancouver. This post is the first of a two part blog on Rosie’s SLA conference reflections, so look out for the second part coming […]
Meghan Jones, Chair of the Digital Communications Committee of SLA Europe, won the very prestigious 2014 SLA Conference Scholar award sponsored by LexisNexis. This award enabled Meghan to attend the SLA annual conference for the first time, which this year was in Vancouver, Canada. Meghan gives us her impressions of the conference, and provides some advice for professionals considering switching sectors.
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.