SLA at Online

It’s two weeks to Online and here’s a round up of forthcoming SLA activities.

Online Information 2010SLA Europe Online Breakfast – 1st December 2010 (London, UK) – kindly sponsored by Dialog
Enjoy a full breakfast at the annual gathering of SLA members and their professional colleagues from across Europe and beyond at the Online Information 2010 Conference and Exhibition – free to members and non-members.   Book now to avoid missing out as places are limited.  We will be joined by Anne Caputo, SLA  President  2010.

Venue: Pillar Room, Olympia Exhibition Centre, Olympia Way, London W14 8UX

Further information and booking details at

Online Information -30 November-2 December 2010 (London , UK)– SLA Europe Board members and colleagues will be manning stand 104 – please come and say hello. New members who sign up at the stand have a chance to win a bottle of fizz courtesy of Sue Hill Recruitment. Anne Caputo, SLA’s President, plus other board members, will be on the stand daily from 1130-1230.

European Librarian Theatre – SLA Europe has partnered with EBSCO again this year to present the European Librarian Theatre in the Gallery Room, 1st floor from 1315-1415 each day. Tuesday’s session highlights how mobile technologies impact information professional’s roles; Wednesday’s session turns the spotlight on social media; and Thursday’s session examines what digitisation means for information professionals and their relationships with users.

For  programme details visit our Events page.

Conference programme –SLA members represented on the conference  programme include Mary Ellen Bates, Sara Batts, Karen Blakeman, Helen Clegg, Dennie Heye, Marydee Ojala, Gwenda Sippings, Olwen Walker and Sandra Ward.

SLA members get discount on conference rate – still thinking of booking? Note that SLA members are entitled to an Association Delegate rate saving of 15%.  All prices and details on booking here:

Exhibition seminars– A number of our members are also speaking as part of the free programmes of seminars that run with the exhibition, including Anne Caputo on global trends every knowledge professional should understand, Liz Blankson-Hemans on making a business case, Penny Bailey on fighting cuts with stats, Sue Edgar on CV ‘make- overs’,  Mary Ellen Bates on speaking to be heard and Karen Blakeman on Google’s new features.

Details of all seminars at

We look forward to seeing you there.

Kate Arnold, SLA Europe President

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