Registration is now open for the SLA NY 2014 Conference and Expo!



The New York Chapter of the Special Libraries Association

is proud to announce


Registration is now open for the SLA NY 2014 Conference and Expo!


Invest in yourself! Join SLA NY at Baruch College on Thursday, September 18th for a packed day of learning and networking.

  • The program will kick off with a keynote address from SLA’s President-Elect Jill Strand.
  • An Expo showcasing exhibits from top suppliers to the information community will be on show throughout the day.
  • Parallel tracks will feature local experts on using social media for business and research purposes, and broader professional development topics too.

See the full agenda at


All sessions are designed to be as interactive as possible in order to maximize your learning opportunities, and we hope all attendees will come along with challenging questions and issues for our speakers to address. The day will conclude with a gala networking reception, where you’ll be able to meet and mingle with panelists and business partners and connect with your peers.


*** Special Speed mentoring Session ***

One of the afternoon sessions will be a speed mentoring event – take your question to as many of our expert mentors as time allows. Availability for this is strictly limited, so book your conference place early to avoid disappointment and be sure to follow the special link from the registration page.



Full and half-day tickets are available, as are passes for the evening reception, so you can book for whichever part of the day suits you best. Click on the following link to see all the options and complete your registration:



We are extremely grateful to our business partners for their continued support of SLA NY. Companies exhibiting on September 18th will include Bloomberg, BMI, cSubs, Ozmosys, PLI, PrivCo and TRAK Records/Special Counsel.


Program Details:

Invest in Yourself! SLA New York 2014 Conference and Expo

Thursday, September 18th

Baruch College Vertical Campus, Lexington Ave at East 24th St.


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