List of commonly used acronyms in the library and information management community.
Associations in Canada for professionals in the library and information management community.
- Associations With Student Memberships
Listing of Canadian associations (plus a selection of international associations) with a student membership rate or are free to students
Awareness and Promotional Events
A listing of Canadian and international awareness days/weeks/months of interest related to libraries and information management.
Competencies for Information Professionals
A listing of competency, knowledge, and skills profiles for practitioners in librarianship developed by associations and other professional bodies.
Conferences and Workshops
A listing of conferences/workshops of interest to the Canadian library and information management community. Includes: events in Canada; international and national events in the United States; and selected international events outside North America.
Discussion Lists hosted by Librarianship.ca to connect members of the Canadian library and information management community
Information Management Learning
List of college and university programs in information management, including: library and information science; library information technology; records management; archival studies; museum studies; and information management.
A listing of programs offered by LIS/IM organizations in Canada to support professional or career development.
A listing of Canadian professional, trade, and scholarly periodicals/newsletters/journals for the librarianship community.
Retention and Disposition Schedules
Schedules from government departments describing records under their control and how long they are to be kept by departments.
MLIS and LIT student groups.
Student Work Experience Programs
List of work experience programs offered by Canadian college and university programs in information management, including: co-ops, field placements, practicums, and stages.
Written Questions (House of Commons)
Questions submitted by Members of Parliament on issues of interest to the library community