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Managing Global Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Intelligence – webinar

Managing Global Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Intelligence – webinar

The Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division (PHT) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) and InfoDesk are proud to present a new, four-part Webinar Series:

Managing Global Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Intelligence

 

October 18, 1:00 pm EDTGetting Actionable Information Faster
October 25, 1:00 pm EDTManaging International Information Effectively
November 5, 1:00 pm EST  – Best Practices in Combining Field Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, and Published Data
November 14, 1:00 pm ESTCollecting, Storing, and Maximizing Biomedical Information Resources

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Division News: newest issue of Sci-Tech News now available online

Somewhat belatedly: The newest issue of Sci-Tech News (vol. 66, no. 3) is now available online.

 

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Click U Webinar: Negotiating Content and Technology Licenses

What Vendors Don’t Tell You When Negotiating Content and Technology Licenses

Date:  19 September 2012
Time:  1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET
Member Price:  $49
Non-Member Price:  $99
To learn more and to register: http://www.sla.org/content/learn/members/webinars/webinars2012/Sept192012webinar.cfm

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Blog posts from the SLA Board of Director candidates

Biographies of all of the candidates can be found at http://www.sla.org/content/SLA/governance/12election/13candidates.cfm

The election runs Sept. 5 – 26.  Votes are cast online, unless a paper ballot has been requested.

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Meet the candidates for SLA board of directors

SLA has been holding webinars where we can meet the candidates for the SLA Board of Directors.   The recording of the webinar/forum with the four cabinet candidates can be heard at http://www.sla.org/podcasts/leadership/2012_Cabinet_Candidate_Forum.wmv.  (Note that is the direct link to the WMV file.)  Those four candidates are Joy Banks, Kama Siegel, Stacey Greenwell and Tara Murray.

The president-elect candidates have done a series of webinars and interviews, including:

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RMSLA Virtual Lunch – Making a Difference

Making a Difference in Your Organization
By Sue Cronizer

Date: Thursday, 16 August
Time: 2:00 pm (Eastern) 12:00 pm (Mountain)
Registration: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/323081273
Cost: FREE to all SLA members

Description:  Sue will discuss how information professionals can become active and visible participants in their organizations. Learn to see your unit as a business within a business, expand your impact within a strategic framework, and be recognized for your essential contributions.
 
Non-members are welcome to attend by paying a $15 registration fee via the PayPal link provided on the RMSLA website:
http://bit.ly/RMSLA-Cronizer

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A new and improved SLA conference in 2013

A New and Improved Conference in 2013

This Plan is Our Plan:
Connect, Collaborate and Strategize for a Better SLA Annual Conference

Plans for SLA 2013 in San Diego are shaping up. The 2013 event reflects exciting new features that YOU, the members of SLA, have called for in recent surveys, discussions on the leadership list, recommendations to the 2011 CE task force, and conference attendee feedback.  The San Diego conference will be more focused, more flexible, and support more collaboration among units.

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Pocket Schedule of Sci-Tech Sessions for the 2012 SLA Conference

The Science and Technology Division of SLA has released a handy pocket schedule of Sci-Tech Division events at SLA Chicago this coming week. It’s available in PDF format (for some reason, the schedule is duplicated twice on the same page).

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