Taking It to the Next Level: A Focus on Execution

August 2004
Feliciter;2004, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p120
The article presents information on the plans and aims of the Canadian Library Association (CLA) for the forthcoming year 2004-2005. In 2004-2005 CLA will focus on implementing activities to achieve three core initiatives namely advocacy, especially for increased funding for libraries; continuing professional development, especially beyond the annual conference and networking opportunities for the library community. CLA has decided that the leadership thrust for 2004-2005 would be on executing the activities needed to implement the plans.


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