Well SLA 2009 in Washington DC is over. We learned,shared, networked, conducted business, and partied! I hope you had the opportunity to attend the conference and have come home revitalized and full of enthusiasm (well, maybe after a bit of a rest in your own bed).
If you have blogged (such as on the SLA Blog), posted reviews or commentaries elsewhere, maybe you could share your links (especially for the LMD sessions) or if you would like to a report on LMD sessions here, feel free to do so [not already an Impact contributor, contact Jamal Cromity, or add comments to the LMD Conference Reports wiki page.
This year, the Leadership & Management Division helped co-sponsor with SLA Europe, a new-to-the-profession person. Laura Woods was at the LMD Business Luncheon and she attended some of the other LMD sessions. Laura has posted her impressions and take-aways on her blog. Thank you to Sylvia Piggot for being our liaison and guide for Laura.
It was a pleasure to see so many of you enjoying the conference!
p.s. I have added a report to the LMD wiki page on "Communicating Dynamically" to get that venue started for those that feel more comfortable there.
Patricia Cia, LMD Director and Member of the Centennial Commission. She is Coordinator, Technical Services & LIbrary Systems at Langara College. Patricia can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org