ECCA Winner Ruth McMullen Reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2017

ECCA Winner Ruth MacMullen Reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2017 Ruth MacMullen is Scholarly Communications Licensing Manager at The University of Sheffield. SLA Europe would like to congratulate Ruth on standing for election to be the Legal Division’s Chair Elect Elect!       Getting there and getting orientated I start my blog post by thanking […]

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ECCA Winner Amy O’ Donohoe reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2017

ECCA Winner Amy O’ Donohoe reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2017 Amy is the Customer Care (Collections) Coordinator at Royal Holloway University. Her award is co-sponsored by the Academic Division. The SLA Early Career Conference Award was one of those things I planned to apply for every year since starting my graduate traineeship, but never […]

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Early Career Conference Awards 2016 – Winners Announced

SLA Europe is pleased to announce the winners of the Early Career Conference Awards 2016, in partnership with the Academic, Legal and Science-Technology Divisions of SLA. Congratulations to Helen Monagle, Helen Doyle, and Matthias Ammon. The ECCA winners will attend the SLA Conference & INFO-EXPO in Philadelphia from 12-14 June 2016. Helen Monagle is co-sponsored […]

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Winning an Early Career Conference Award: Sarah Hume reflects

Sarah Hume was the winner of one of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Awards this year, sponsored by the Competitive Intelligence Division. Sarah is a final year part-time student at University College London, studying for her MA in Library and Information Studies.  She is a part time library assistant at the Geological Society of London and […]

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Early Career Conference Awards 2015: a winner’s reflections

 Neasa McHale won the ECCA Legal Division Award earlier this year she kindly accepted to write about her experience at the conference in Boston. Neasa is a Senior Library Assistant at Mason Hayes & Curran law firm. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and History from St. Patrick’s College, Dublin City University and graduated with […]

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Beyond Borders at #SLA2014

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 […]

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ECCA winner Michelle Bond is back with Part 2 of her #SLA2014 reflections

  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 […]

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ECCA Conference reflections from Lindsay Robinson

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 […]

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ECCA winner Michelle Bond’s conference reflections: Part 1

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   […]

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ECCA winner Rosie Hare’s conference reflections: Part 2

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 […]

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