SLAte & Other Journals

web-banner-slate-e1422986256315SLAte Archive

SLAte is the official newsletter of the Saskatchewan Library Association.  It was launched in March 2014 and is usually published monthly.  All issues are available online full-text.  Submissions for the SLAte newsletter are due the 25th of each month.

News Flash Archive

The Newsflash is a mid-month update of events and news of interest to SLA members.

Contact Us

If you would like to be added to the SLAte newsletter and News Flash distribution list then please email slaprograms@sasktel.net or call 306.780.9409.

2017

January SLate

January News Flash

February SLate

February News Flash

March SLate

March News Flash

April SLAte

April News Flash

May SLAte

May NewsFlash

June SLAte

June NewsFlash

July SLAte

August SLAte

2016

January 6 SLate

January News Flash

January 30 SLate

February SLate

February News Flash

March 2016

March News Flash

April Slate

April News Flash

May SLate

May News Flash

June Slate

June News Flash

No issue of SLate in July

July News Flash

August SLate

August News Flash

September SLate

September News Flash

October Slate

October News Flash

November Slate

November 15 News Flash

November 17 News Flash

December Slate

December 9 News Flash

December 15 News Flash

2015

January SLate

January News Flash

 February 2015

February News Flash

March 2015

April 2015

May 2015

June 2015 (no issue)

July 2015

August 2015

September 2015

October 2015

November 2015

December 2015

2014

March 2014

April 2014

May 2014

June 2014

July 2014

September 2014

October 2014

November 2014

December 2014

Partnership Journal

Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research

Partnership is a library and information practitioner’s journal published twice a year. Papers may be submitted at any time for publication consideration. Potential articles are reviewed by members of an editorial committee. Articles are published in several categories. Feature articles on theory & research and on innovations in practice are in-depth, peer-reviewed papers that typically fall in the range of 3,000 to 7,000 words. Other types of articles accepted include viewpoints, conference presentations, profiles, professional development and book reviews.

Read about the interesting development of multi-sector library cooperation in Saskatchewan and the establishment of the Multitype Library Board in a Partnership article titled Celebrating Co-operation among Saskatchewan’s Libraries: The Multitype Library Board, 1996-2016.

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