Attitudes of NCLA Members and Non-Members Towards the Association

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  • Robert Burgin

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3776/ncl.v67i2.289

Abstract

One of the major goals of the North Carolina Library Association during its 2005-2007 biennium was to make the association more responsive to its members and to the profession as a whole. The association addressed this goal by conducting a survey of members and non-members to determine, among other things, what members valued about NCLA and what prevented non-members from joining.

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2009-06-29

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