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As its major commitment in 2004, the Ex Libris Association Board embarked on an analysis of its accomplishments and planning for its future activities. At the Annual General Meeting, November 8, 2004, the draft proposal for the long-range plan was accepted, with the recommendation that it be reworked by the Executive Committee and presented for final approval at the January 31, 2005 meeting of the Board of Directors. The goals of the reworked plan, together with the proposed means for implementation, are presented below and updated to September 17, 2013: target dates are shown for items of particular, immediate focus.
To provide a forum for interested individuals to stimulate the recollection and publication of the history of Canadian librarianship, ELA will:
To serve as a voice for members on library services and other important library-related issues on which they would wish to be heard, ELA will:
To act as a medium of communication among members, keep members informed of developments of interest, and continue to improve communication with members throughout Canada, ELA will:
To expand the membership of the Ex Libris Association throughout Canada, ELA will:
To provide services to the membership of the Ex Libris Association ELA will:
Updated September 17, 2013