Personal Heroes and Embracing Technology

Roberts, Ken
December 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p242
The article focuses on the message of Ken Roberts, president of the Canadian Library Association (CLA). It outlines Robert's personal choice of keynote speakers for the annual conference of the association which includes Joe Janes and Helene Blowers. Roberts points out that both Janes and Blowers are positive thinkers who work to incorporate emerging technologies into the mission of the CLA and who strive to ensure the association's continuing relevance to the people.


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