After the build-up in prior posts about the Annual Conference of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) – held in Philadelphia last month – a bit of follow-up is appropriate. I won’t report on the entire conference, but I’m happy to share a few comments about some of the activities. Perhaps this brief post will be of …
SLA’s European Chapter: A Bit of History
Interested SLA members might want to spend a few minutes listening to my comments about SLA’s European Chapter. Back in the 1980s, when I was living in the U.K., a group of us got to thinking about how the chapter might be revived. A few weeks ago, I was honored to be asked by Dennie …
John Cotton Dana and Knowledge Services
Learn how John Cotton Dana was defining knowledge services when he founded the Special Libraries Association
Specialized Librarianship: Thinking About the Future
Ten thoughts for specialist librarians as they think about the future of their profession.