Partnership Career Posting

Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice & Research is seeking volunteers to fill 4 positions on the editorial team. These are unpaid, volunteer positions within one of Canada’s leading open access journals serving the library profession. The four positions available are:
1. Copyeditor
2. Proofreader
3. Layout Editor
4. r├ędacteur / r├ędactrice francophone

For more info check out the online ad

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Call for Submission — Winter/Spring 2015 Newsletter

It’s time to start work on the Winter/Spring 2015 issue of NSLA Newsletter!

Has it been a busy winter at your library? Do you have exciting plans for spring? I’d love to hear all about it.

Perhaps you’re not a writer, but you have photos or videos capturing life at your library. I’d love to see those, too!

If you’ve got something you’d like to share, please send it to <http://www.privatedaddy.com?q=YWNXYmJUTE52NyBxQlRKORhPc1EVMUA7QmFsbw-3D-3D_19> by *March 15, 2015*.

All the best,
Kelli

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Don’t Raise the Tax on Books!

The Nova Scotia government is currently considering removing the provincial rebate on the HST for printed books, raising the tax from the current 5% to 15%. This move would have a serious impact on literacy in our province. As you are aware, our libraries have not seen an increase to their budgets in many years and a rise in the HST on printed books would essentially mean a cut to materials budgets for each library region. Beyond the obvious harm to libraries, the local publishing industry, and our education system, this increase will also impact literacy levels in households across the province. NSLA is asking its membership to send a clear message to the Government that this move is not in the best interest of Nova Scotians. Please add your voice by signing the online petition and sharing this message with your colleagues, friends, and MLA. Thank you for your support!

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