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  • Check Out This Year's Conference Program! Theme:    Libraries: Tech Partners for Community Sustainability https://computersinlibraries.infotoday.com/2023/Default.aspx Computers in Libraries Computers in Libraries ...

  • Thanks to @James Manasco for organizing this interview with Commander Billie Farrell, the first female captain of the 245-year-old USS Constitution.  This was a joint effort by SLA Kentucky, SLA Canada and the LLEAD Institute.  ​ ------------------------------ ...

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  • Registration is open for Internet Librarian  and we can't wait for the chance to see and talk to our attendees face-to-face again. The last two years have been a challenge for all sectors and libraries have stepped up to play amazing roles in their ...

  • Posted on behalf of Helen Kula and Jeannie An SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE WITH UofT ISCHOOL STUDENTS Jeannie An and Helen Kula will be co-teaching INF2134: Business Information Resources again at the University of Toronto's iSchool this summer from May 9 ...

  • Options Dropdown This is a gentle reminder that there is still time to register for the webinar being sponsored by the Legal Community on partnering with vendors.  The details are shown below. Partnering with Vendors: The Other Side of the ...

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  • SLA President's remarks at June 30th Open Board Meeting

    Catherine, SLA President 2022 shared the following on the Open Forum following the last open board meeting. In case you missed it, posting here. Patricia Cia Past President, SLA Canada -------------------------------- Dear SLA members,  The following is a write-up of the President's Remarks I gave today at the Open Board Meeting. It is important that every SLA member has the opportunity to know what we are facing right now and the steps we are taking. ****************************** President's remarks  I live and work in Sherbrooke, Canada, the traditional and unceded territory of the Abenaki Nation and the Wabenaki Confederacy. In Canada, June is National Indigenous History Month. I encourage all of you to ...