A Thrill-a-Minute

Butcher, Don
October 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p197
The article presents a message from the executive director of the Canadian Library Association (CLA). He states that it would be unfair to examine decisions in retrospect. He mentions articles he wrote about values of library community and knowledge-based decision making. He adds that the CLA is an classic example of an association, a group of people who hold the same values and volunteer for a greater cause.


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