Inventing Our Future

Law, Margaret
August 2001
Feliciter;2001, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p178
Presents a speech from a conference of the Canadian Library Association focusing on the need for examination of the association towards progress. Confrontation of issues affecting the organization; Call for the members to participate in the referendum; Areas of concentration for the restructure of the organization.


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