SLA membership provides great networking and career development opportunities at the local (chapter), division (topic oriented) and national levels. We’ve highlighted here just a few of the many diverse resources and events which are available to you as a member of SLA. For complete information visit: www.sla.org
SLA 2015 Annual Conference – The 2015 SLA Annual Conference in Boston spans three days and offers thought-provoking and innovative sessions and programs which are designed to enhance your career as an information professional, expand your knowledge base, and keep you abreast of cutting edge technologies . This year’s Keynote speaker is Leigh Gallagher, Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune magazine and a co-chair of the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit.
SLA Innovation Laboratory – A place to learn and discover the newest emerging technologies. The 23 Things self-paced learning module is a great place to start your discoveries, one step at a time.
Click University – Professional development resources galore! Enhance your skills and expand your professional opportunities by enrolling in one of several certificate programs on topics such as Copyright Management or Competitive Intelligence or Knowledge Management. Find out what CE courses are starting soon.
Special Libraries Association LinkedIn Group – sign in with your personal LinkedIn account info, then click on the “Join Now” button to join your peers.
Information Science Conferences – a comprehensive listing of upcoming conferences and events around the world.
SLA Chapters, Divisions, & Caucuses – Want to know what chapters, divisions, or caucuses are available and what their focus is? For example, Division of Science & Technology, Academic, or Business & Finance.
SLA Connect- Join in the discussion – stay in the know
SLA Membership Directory - Search for SLA members by name, organization (employer), or Chapter/Division/Caucus/Section membership.