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Ex Libris Historical Activities
Database of biographies and biographical materials
At present ELA members are engaged in developing a database of biographies and biographical materials of people, a significant part of whose lives was spent in the library, archives, publishing, or related information fields.
ELAN, the association's biannual newsletter, contains articles and news items of historical interest in almost every issue. Of special interest is the series “Libraries Named after Librarians” authored by Suzette Giles.
A History of Education for Library and Information Studies in Canada
A special issue of ELAN Summer 2004, edited and prepared by Brian Land, records 100 years of library education in Canadian universities, colleges, and other post-secondary institutions. Chronologies of the university library faculties and the library technicians programs supports the education issue of ELAN. In 2020, a special issue outlining the development of library and information studies at the University of Ottawa/Université d’Ottawa was published.
The Morton Years
The Morton Years by Elizabeth Hulse,
with foreword by W. Kaye Lamb.
141 pages, bibliography, index, photographs
The book is available for $10.00 on our “Shop Ex Libris” site.