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Dear CLA Members,

This will be the final issue of Feliciter in this format. The CLA Executive Council and Communications Standing Committee Chair have had lengthy discussions on the alternatives going forward and plan to introduce a new online platform that will continue to provide our membership and others in the community a means to learn, be informed and engage each other. Moving forward we will continue to solicit articles and news worthy items from the community. We appreciate your patience as we go through this transition. The best is yet to come...

Theme: Future Skills, Future Professionals

 Theme Features:

  • Stewardship & Librarians

By: Michael Gorman

  • Growing Tomorrow's Librarians Today

By: Cathy Freer-Leszczybski

  • Finding Voice and Agency in the Twenty-First Century

By: Christina Neigel

  • Maybe We Could Use Our Makerspaces to 3D Print Some Professional Librarians, MLS and All?

By: Siobhan Stevenson

  • Addressing the Issues of Social Responsibility in an LIT Education

By: Norene James & Karen Reschke

  • The Library in the Twenty-First Century: New Roles, Responsibilities, Skills, and Concerns

By: Luke D'Souza

  • The 8Rs Redux: The Changing Human Resources Environment of CARL Libraries

By: 8Rs Research Team: Kathleen De Long, Marianne Sorensen, Vicki Williamson

 

Feature Articles:

  • Healthy Snacks, Safe Stacks: How One Library Enhanced Its Security

By Guy Robertson

  • The best is yet to come.... a new platform and format for Feliciter and Digest

By: Valoree McKay, CAE

  • Freedom to Read Week Success!

By: The Book and Periodical Council

 

Columns:

  • President's Message

The Future - What does it hold for us?

By Marie DeYoung

  • From the Executive Director's Chair

Reflections on the Past Year are Forward Looking

By Valoree McKay, CAE

  •  Copyright Column

 

  • Unpacking Open Access: A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Open Access Initiatives

By Bobby Glushko and Rex Shoyama

 

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