Why I like my job - reason #3: never a dull moment

Moore, Kelly
December 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p215
In this article the director of the Canadian Library Association (CLA) comments on several topics related to the the work of the CLA during the 2011 year. She overviews appointments to projects and committees of the CLA, previews the May 2012 CLA National Conference and Trade Show, and notes the work of CLA members on Canadian legislation related to book fees in libraries and copyright issues.


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