Focusing on the Future

Adams, Karen
December 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p214
In this article the president of the Canadian Library Association (CLA) comments on several issues related to the organization. She requests that readers of the journal make monetary donations to the CLA to aid in its effort to purchase technology, examines the Canadian legislative bill Copyright Modernization Act and its potential impact on librarians, and previews a conference focused on the accreditation of professional library associations.


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