Thursday, September 06, 2018

Opportunity for Input on Future of Library and Archives Canada

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is seeking input from Canadians on what they think the institution's priorities should be over the next three years in its 2019–2022 plan:
"We are asking Canadians to share their ideas and suggestions by email and on PlaceSpeak, an online engagement platform as we prepare our 2019–2022 three-year plan. We have held a series of meetings with our stakeholders and employees, for reflection and exchange and now we wish to broaden our consultation."

"Your feedback will help us develop a plan to guide us for the next three years. The plan will be made public in winter 2019."

"To maintain consistency and continuity in our operations, commitments and stakeholder relationships, we will draw on the main priorities in the 2016–2019 plan. You can read the environmental scan summary prepared by our Strategic Research and Policy team for these consultations."
LACis interested in people's thoughts on the following questions:
  • What do you expect from your national library and national archives?
  • What trends (social, technological, demographic or other) should influence our planning for the next three to five years? Why?
  • What activities should we focus on, and why?
The deadline is September 14, 2014.

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