News tagged: Government information
“We, the signatories of this statement, call on governments, businesses, and research institutions around the world to document their decisions and transactions now and for the future.”
News May 4, 2020
This portal brings together data on the arts, culture, heritage and sports sectors and presents the information in a single interactive website.
News March 17, 2020
Government Information Day East 2019: A day for librarians and information professionals of learning and sharing about the use, production, preservation, and access of government information.
News December 9, 2019
n the video, Carlie demystifies the misconception around librarianship by describing how it is now considered a dynamic profession, as a result of new technologies.
News October 28, 2019
Join your fellow librarians and information professionals in a day of learning and sharing about the use, production, preservation, and access of government information.
News October 16, 2019
Next Steps in Advancing Changes to Crown Copyright: A Letter from the Library and Archives Community
A letter from Canada’s library and archival community to the Ministers of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism and the President of the Treasury Board of Canada proposing next steps for the Government of Canada to take towards changes to Crown Copyright.
News August 6, 2019
Deadline for proposals: Thursday, October 31, 2019
News July 31, 2019
Government Information Day brings together librarians, experts, and practitioners to discuss innovations, ideas, and plans for the access and delivery of government information in all of its formats.
News July 18, 2019
Government Information in Canada provides analysis about the state of Canadian government information publishing. Practitioners from across the country draw on decades of experience and hands-on practice to offer a broad, well-founded survey of history, procedures, and emerging issues—particularly the challenges posed by the transition of government information from print to digital access.
News December 15, 2018
CFLA-FCAB recommends that Parliament eliminate Crown copyright on all publicly accessible government works or make those works openly licensed by default (e.g., using a Creative Commons licence).
News September 28, 2018