Canadian Library Month 2009: "Your Library, Your World" and "Now More Than Ever"

Woroniak, Monique
August 2009
Feliciter;2009, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p171
The article focuses on the theme of the Canadian Library Month 2009 in Canada. It notes that the addition of the theme "Now More Than Ever" to the 2008 theme "Your Library, Your World" is an acknowledgement of the crisis that looms the economy and its impact on libraries and its users. The author notes that CLM should serve as the product to the needs of library users since the library communities in Canada are noted to have diverse capacities.


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