Check out what’s new at CommunityHubsOntario.ca

Check out what’s new at CommunityHubsOntario.ca A Guide to Educational Partnerships A guide to different partnership agreements that could be used by schools when partnering with educational organizations or community groups, which includes: Guidelines Procedures Forms Partnership principles How to find a suitable partner How to evaluate partnership agreements This guide was produced by the Office of Innovation and Partnership at the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board. Partnership Agreement This example of a contract describes the benefits, costs and responsibilities of partner and tenant organizations ofThe Common Roof, a social enterprise centre that provides work and program space for human service nonprofit organizations. The Agreement also includes guiding principles, the governance structure and the decision-making process of the hub. New datasets in the Community Hubs Mapper The Community Hubs Mapper now includes Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) sub-region boundaries. Come check out the mapper to see what it can do! Upcoming Webinars We’ve been busy scheduling upcoming webinars for the fall. If you haven’t yet had the chance to participate in our ‘Introduction to the Community Mapper Tool’ sessions – no problem!  New sessions have been scheduled monthly. In September, we will also begin hosting a new webinar ‘Introduction to the Ontario Community Hubs Resource Network’. Members of the Resource Network team will provide a real time demonstration of the tools, templates and resources available on CommunityHubsOntario.ca . To register, visit our Events page for upcoming dates and times. Community Hubs in the news How A Zoning Bylaw Could Transform 500 Apartment Sites Across The City (CBC.ca) Sophiasburgh Community Hub Project Needs Support (quintenews.com) Oakville Public Library To Re-Open Newly...

Who’s In Residence in Canadian Libraries?

Who’s In Residence in Canadian Libraries? Who’s In Residence in Canadian Libraries? Hint: More than just novelists!   Even the heading are neat for inspiring some innovative thinking about this type of program foundation: Aboriginal Storyteller in Residence Artist in Residence Author in Residence Comic Artist in Residence E-Writer in Residence Elder in Residence Graphic Novel Writer-in-Residence Hacker in Residence Illustrator in Residence Innovator in Residence Leader in Residence Maker in Residence Public Servant in Residence Researcher in Residence Writer in...

Final Annual Report for CLA for the year 2015-2016

As part of your FOPL membership, you are also members of CFLA. Dear CFLA-FCAB members, Please find attached the final Annual Report for CLA for the year 2015-2016. The report is also available on the CFLA website at http://cfla-fcab.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Doc3-CLA_Annual_Report_2015_2016_FINAL.pdf Please share with your members. Thank you, Katherine ———— Chers/Chères membres de la FCAB-CFLA, Vous trouvez ci-joint le dernier rapport annuel de l’ACB pour l’année 2015-2016 (en anglais seulement). Le rapport est aussi disponible sur le site web de la FCAB-CFLA à http://cfla-fcab.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Doc3-CLA_Annual_Report_2015_2016_FINAL.pdf. S.V.P., le partager avec vos membres. Mes sentiments, Katherine Katherine McColgan, CAE Executive Director — Directrice générale   Canadian Federation of Library Associations Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques   613.867.7789 www.cfla-fcab.ca @CFLAFCAB         @kdmccolgan Attachments area  CLA_Annual_Report_2015_2016_FINAL...