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APLA 2021 Conference – Call for proposals / Conférence APLA 2021 – Appel de propositions

Deadline: 31st December 2020

The APLA 2020 Programming Committee invites proposals to be considered for presentation at the 2021 online annual conference in Wolfville, Nova Scotia (June 8-11): Cross-pollinate. Cultivate. Change. / Brasser des idées. S’épanouir. Changer.

APLA 2021 is going online!

Dear friends and colleagues,  

I’m reaching out to announce the move of APLA’s 2021 conference, Cross Pollinate. Cultivate. Change/ Brasser des idées. S'épanouir. Changer., to an online event. Due to the unpredictable circumstances for the upcoming year, the APLA Executive and the APLA Conference Committee decided it was safest for our members and our communities to hold the conference virtually.  

APLA Response to Globe and Mail op-ed

Halifax, August 26, 2020. APLA Response to Globe and Mail op-ed.

The Atlantic Provinces Library Association (APLA) is one of the most enduring library organizations in North America, with a membership representing all levels of interest and participation.  The association’s mission is to promote the interests of libraries in the Atlantic Provinces while fostering the development of librarians, library technicians and information professionals.  We care deeply about public libraries and the people who use them

A message regarding the APLA 2020 Conference

18 March 2020

Dear APLA members, invited 2020 conference guests, and library colleagues -

Entrevue avec un représentant du Comité exécutif de l’APLA au Téléjournal Acadie / Interview with a representative of APLA’s Executive Committee on Téléjournal Acadie

Le 1 mars, 2020, Marc Harper a passé au Téléjournal Acadie comme représentant du Comité exécutif de l’APLA. L’entrevue était dans le cadre de l’embauche du nouveau Directeur des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick. Le reportage commence à trois minutes et 39 secondes.

On March 1, 2020, Marc Harper was interviewed on “Téléjournal Acadie” as a representative of APLA’s Executive Committee. The interview was regarding the hiring of the new Director of the New-Brunswick Public Library Service. The story begins at three minutes and 39 seconds.

An Open Letter in Response to the Appointment of NBPLS ED (28 Feb 2020)

Please find below an Open Letter from APLA in Response to the Recent Appointment of the new Executive Director of the New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS), that has been sent today, to the Minister of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour, Mr. Trevor Holder. 

An Open Letter in Response to the Appointment of NBPLS ED (28 Feb 2020)

2020 APLA Advocacy Award Submissions Now Being Accepted

Presented at the Banquet during the Annual Conference, the APLA Advocacy Award, valued at $500, recognizes exemplary library promotion, advocacy and outreach. The Awards Committee, which will consist of the APLA Advocacy Interest Group and a member of the APLA Executive, will evaluate submissions based on the following criteria:

Nominations for the 2020 APLA Merit Award are now being accepted

Presented at the Banquet during the Annual Conference, the APLA Merit Award honours an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to library services in the Atlantic Provinces.

The September-October 2019 EI calendar is now available!

The Education Institute offers programming year-round for professionals from all library sectors from coast to coast. All webinars are $45 for members and $55 for non members, unless otherwise noted. Webinars qualify for one CEC credit. Visit us online at educationinstitute.ca for more information.

View the September-October 2019 EI Calendar

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