News tagged: Canadian Federation of Library Associations
Rebecca Raven Appointed Executive Director of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA)
Rebecca Raven is the Principal at Blackbird Consulting and the former CEO of the Brampton Library.
News July 2, 2020
The latest issue of Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research includes several articles on the recent history of library associations and organizations in Canada.
News June 30, 2020
Online storytime typically relies on the use of copyright-protected materials, therefore, librarians must consider copyright legislation and whether permission, a license, or use of the fair dealing exception is required. This guideline describes these options, and provides an example of a fair dealing analysis for an early literacy-focused storytime.
News May 8, 2020
CFLA Report of Activities – October 2019 to April 2020
News May 4, 2020
This guidance document is meant to provide clarity to support libraries in considering copyright as they provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
News May 4, 2020
The Canadian Federation of Library Association and the Manitoba Library Association have made the decision to cancel the upcoming National Forum and Manitoba Libraries Conference, April 6-8 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
News March 13, 2020
This message has been prepared for those attending the Manitoba Libraries Conference and the CFLA-FCAB National Forum April 6-8, 2020 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Regarding COVID-19.
News March 11, 2020
For three days this April, Canada’s library communities are coming together Where the Rivers Meet—in Winnipeg, Manitoba—for local, provincial, and national conversations on topics that shape and challenge the profession.
News March 9, 2020
Julie McKenna selected as Chair of the CFLA Board of Directors; Todd Kyle (Vice-Chair); Kirk MacLeod (Secretary); Mary Chevreau (Treasurer); Vivian Lewis (Member at Large)
News January 29, 2020
Vivian Lewis (CARL); Mary Chevreau (CULC); Kirk MacLeod (Alberta); Todd Kyle (Ontario); Julie McKenna (Prairies)
News December 16, 2019