Friday, December 16, 2005

Government Information Track at CLA 2006 Conference

At the next Canadian Library Association conference planned for June 2006 in Ottawa, there will be an entire track devoted to the topic of access to government information. The gov info sessions will be held on June 15, 2006. Conference registration will not open until February 2006. Information about the conference should appear in the New Year on the CLA website.

So far, the following sessions have been chosen:
  • What are you talking about? Interpreting, understanding and answering government reference questions: Mike McCaffrey-Noviss (University of Toronto), Ian MacDonald (Library and Archives Canada), George de Zwaan (Library and Archives Canada)
  • Preservation of Web-Based Government Information: Andrew Hubbertz (University of Saskatchewan), John Stegenga (Library and Archives Canada), speaker TBA (Legislative Assembly of Ontario), Julie Schwartz (Connecticut State Library)
  • The Future of Accessing Government Information - Programs and Partnerships: Fay Hjartarson (Library and Archives Canada), Christine Leduc (Depository Service Program, Public Works and Government Services Canada)
  • Open House: Depository Services Program

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