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Early Career Conference Award winner Marie Cannon’s write-up of her time at the SLA 2012 conference in Chicago
My Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) was sponsored by the Leadership and Management Division and SLA Europe) and I’d like to start this post by thanking them both for giving me the opportunity to attend the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Conference in Chicago. Below are a few of my key highlights: It was friendly, inclusive […]
Simon Barron shares his reflections on attending the SLA 2012 conference in Chicago as one of our Early Career Conference Award winners.
Early Career Conference Award winner Ruth Jenkins shares her reflections on the SLA 2012 conference in Chicago.
Simon was one of our Early Career Conference Awards winners for 2012. Along with Marie Cannon, Ruth Jenkins, Giles Lloyd-Brown, and Sarah Wolfenden, Simon attended the annual SLA Conference in Chicago from 15 to 18 July this year.
Member interview with Ned Potter, one of the 2011 ECCA winners and author of The Library Marketing Toolkit.
We’re delighted to introduce the 5 winners of the 2012 Early Career Conference Awards, Co-Sponsored by SLA Europe, Business & Finance Division, Leadership & Management Division, Legal Division, Pharmaceutical and Health Technology Division, and Science-Technology Division (Diane K Foster International Student Travel Award)
The Board of SLA Europe is delighted to announce the five winners of the SLA Europe Early Career Conference Award (ECCA) 2012: Simon Barron, Marie Cannon, Ruth Jenkins, Giles Lloyd-Brown, and Sarah Wolfenden.
We are delighted to be offering five students or early career professionals the opportunity of an expenses-paid trip to the SLA Conference in Chicago, IL, July 15-18 2012.
Sam Wiggins, one of SLA Europe’s Early Career Conference Award winners for 2011, shares his thoughts on promoting the information profession to schools.