Special Libraries Association

Overview

Introduction

The Florida and Caribbean Chapter was established by the Special Libraries Association in 1969.  As information resource experts who collect, analyze, evaluate, package, and disseminate information, our chapter members facilitate accurate decision-making in corporate, academic, and government settings. Florida and Caribbean chapter members are employed with corporations, private businesses, government agencies, museums, colleges, hospitals, and information management consulting firms.

 

Chapter at a Glance
Established in 1969
68 Chapter Members
4 Countries
8 Universities

Mission

The Chapter’s mission is that of the SLA – to promote and strengthen its members through learning, advocacy, and networking initiatives.

Goals

The goals of the Chapter are to:

  • Advance the leadership role of chapter members by putting knowledge to work
  • Shape the destiny of today’s information and knowledge-based society
  • Offer creative opportunities to develop and improve professional skills
  • Build a synergistic network of Chapter members who actively and regularly reach out to one another.

What does the Chapter have to offer you?

A multi-talented group of professionals who are there for each other, with advice and suggestions when the need arises, when information demands seem unattainable, or the deadline seems impossible to meet.

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Thank You to our 2018 Conference Sponsors

ARC Document Solutions (Silver Sponsor)

EBSCO (Silver Sponsor)

ProQuest (Silver Sponsor)

ELSEVIER (Breakfast Sponsor)

IEEE XPlore Digital Library (Sponsor)

University of South Florida (Table Sponsor)