SLA members reaffirm commitment to proud tradition.

Position:Special Libraries Association to retain name - Organization's re branding initiative - Brief Article

The Special Libraries Association announced on June 11, 2003, that it is retaining the organization's nearly 100-year-old name. President Cynthia Hill made the announcement at the association's 94th annual conference in New York City, following a vote at the annual business meeting. The vote culminated three years of research, discussion, and brand name debates.

Hill said, "The name Special Libraries Association is a highly recognized and respected brand name in the information industry. It stands for professional excellence, ethics, and best practices in the management of knowledge-based organizations. Our members have always been on the cutting edge, applying information tools and technologies...

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