No Small Press(ur)es

Cameron, A. A.; Mehlmann, G.; Forrie, A.
June 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p118
The article discusses several issues faced by the publishing industry in Canada. The primary duty of Canadian libraries are to support the country's literary culture, public reader as well as the students. The government cutbacks and other related economic pressures are described as the primary factors why various publishers faced challenges and budget risks. Effective strategic planning, together with government funding are helpful elements to improve library management.


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