"Some Vision of the Future"

Law, Margaret
April 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p48
Discusses the need for the Canadian Library Association (CLA) to find ways to engage students of English-language library schools in Canada. Excitement of students about the initiatives that CLA is involved in; Concern among students that the CLA call for committee members is too daunting; CLA study of succession planning issues within the Canadian library and information community.


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