A Balancing Act: A Student Report on the 2010 CLA Conference

Beauchamp, Laura
June 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p148
The article presents the reports of the students of library and information science who attended the Canadian Library Association (CLA) Conference. It highlights the negotiators and communicators during the conference who expounded the need of quality service with the public libraries in incorporating the needs and interests of community members. It also notes that strategists are developing an approach to email record management.


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