OLA Super Conference 2002: Keeping You Front and Centre @ Your Library
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Welcome ...
The future holds great excitement for the library community. This remarkable Super Conference program reflects a myriad of promises and possibilities that are well within our abilities to make happen. The tumultuous events of the past year have helped us to further understand how libraries and the public good are fundamental aspects of society and civilization. The values of libraries, such as literacy, equity of access and intellectual freedom, guide our work, nurture our communities and shape our world in a positive, hopeful way. This year's conference brings you the best and the brightest, the visionary and the experienced in a thoughtful, stimulating and fun program filled with significant observation and experience. Through these shared experiences, we can be knowledgable and passionate about what is important to all the people who need our services, our programs, and our collections.
Welcome to the Ontario Health Libraries Association and the Special Libraries Association (Toronto Chapter). The program is richer for your participation and for the fresh perspectives you bring. We are pleased to have you participate in our discussions and networking. Through self-knowledge and the relentless pursuit of new skills and rediscovered values, we are able to shape our future. By being here this week, you have chosen to be part of the vision. Welcome to this important stepping stone along the way.
For the 2001 OLA Board of Directors,
Michael Ridley, OLA President Chief Librarian, University of Guelph
Date of Publication:
31 Jan 2002
Date Of Event:
31 January-2 February 2002
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Personal Name(s):
Roch Carrier ; Daniel Richler ; Buffy Sainte-Marie
Collection:
Super conference programs
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.6439613518274 Longitude: -79.3864190582275
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OLA Super Conference 2002: Keeping You Front and Centre @ Your Library


Welcome ...
The future holds great excitement for the library community. This remarkable Super Conference program reflects a myriad of promises and possibilities that are well within our abilities to make happen. The tumultuous events of the past year have helped us to further understand how libraries and the public good are fundamental aspects of society and civilization. The values of libraries, such as literacy, equity of access and intellectual freedom, guide our work, nurture our communities and shape our world in a positive, hopeful way. This year's conference brings you the best and the brightest, the visionary and the experienced in a thoughtful, stimulating and fun program filled with significant observation and experience. Through these shared experiences, we can be knowledgable and passionate about what is important to all the people who need our services, our programs, and our collections.
Welcome to the Ontario Health Libraries Association and the Special Libraries Association (Toronto Chapter). The program is richer for your participation and for the fresh perspectives you bring. We are pleased to have you participate in our discussions and networking. Through self-knowledge and the relentless pursuit of new skills and rediscovered values, we are able to shape our future. By being here this week, you have chosen to be part of the vision. Welcome to this important stepping stone along the way.
For the 2001 OLA Board of Directors,
Michael Ridley, OLA President Chief Librarian, University of Guelph