Libraries Build Communities: The Students-to-CLA Conference Experience

August 2006
Feliciter;2006, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p163
The article presents the perspectives of nine students who attended the Canadian Library Association (CLA) Conference held in Ottawa, Ontario in June 2006 under the Students-to-CLA program. Jill Boruff of the McGill University in Quebec, stated that the CLA program gave her the opportunity to meet students from across Canada and share common thoughts in education. Jocelyn Covert of Nova Scotia Community College averred that the experience gave her opportunity to learn about librarianship.


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