Everything tagged: Canadian Federation of Library Associations
“la diversité et l’inclusion sont une valeur fondamentale des bibliothèques et un élément central de l’identité de notre pays”
News October 24, 2017
The executive director of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) has provided an overview of activities since the beginning of August 2017.
News October 20, 2017
Earlier this week, CARL and CFLA released their submissions to the Consultation on Options for Reform of the Copyright Board of Canada.
News October 5, 2017
Committee will advise the CFLA Board to develop and promote the library community’s positions on cataloguing and metadata standards and issues.
News September 6, 2017
Calls on federal government to invest in library infrastructure, digitization of documentary heritage, Library Materials Service, and a new National Indigenous Association of Archives, Libraries and Cultural Memory.
News August 17, 2017
Katherine McColgan Appointed Executive Director of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA)
McColgan, currently Manager of Administration and Programs at CARL, succeeds Kevin Brennan who has served as CFLA’s Senior Project Executive since June 2016.
News July 17, 2017
The report makes ten recommendations to enhance experiences and opportunities for Indigenous peoples and researchers in Canada by decolonizing libraries and archives and their practices
News April 21, 2017
To date, library staff in four provinces (BC, AB, ON, QC) have reported more than 30 challenges, to censor collections and resources, and access to services.
News March 3, 2017
Highlights from the CFLA’s first annual general meeting.
News February 7, 2017
The CFLA today published updates on several files: Annual General Meeting, Truth and Reconciliation Committee, Guidelines/Position Papers, CLA Book Awards Collection
News December 2, 2016