Building Our Future: The Public Library Leadership Fellows Program

Barrie, Lita; Raven, Rebecca
January 2012
Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Pract;2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Special section p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information about the new executive Public Library Leadership Fellows (PLLF) program launched by the Canadian Urban Libraries Council (CULC) and the iSchool Insititute, University of Toronto. PLLF is based on two library leadership programs, namely, Research Library Leadership Fellows (RLLF) of the Association of Research Libraries, and the Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) of the Urban Libraries Council. The article also details the PLLF program structure.


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