Ontario Association of Library Technicians/Association des bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario Revenue and Competitors
- Ontario Association of Library Technicians/Association des bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario has 5 Employees.
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What Is Ontario Association of Library Technicians/Association des bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario?
WHO WE ARE: Established, in 1973, the Ontario Association of Library Technicians / Association des bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario (OALT/ABO) is a not-for-profit organization of Library and Information Technician graduates, students, associate and institutional members. MANDATE: To define clearly the role of the Library Information Technician and to make this definition widely known. To publicize the value of Library Information Technicians and promote wider understanding and acceptance of their status. To institute recognized standards operating on the Provincial level. To work in liaison with related professions and institutions and to promote effective communication among Library Information Technicians and others in closely related fields. To be receptive and aware of the constant changes and needs in the field of Library and Information Technology, and the community. To disseminate information relating to Library Information Technicians. These objectives are accomplished through: Active membership Education and professional development Promotion and marketing Partnerships and advocacy [\Library\ Image by Flickr User Stewart Butterfield used under CC BY 2.0] [http://bit.ly/1fs2tim]keywords:N/A
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