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Three Library Associations Shut Down

The Communications Group announced the end of its association management division, which manages three national library associations: the Association of Library Communications & Outreach Professionals (ALCOP), the Association of Library Financial Management Officers (ALFMO), and the Library Human Resource Management Association (LHRMA).

According to an email from Bob Kieserman, chief creative officer of The Communications Group, these associations disbanded on Dec. 2, but their conferences will continue to take place.

The Communications Group’s Library Management Institute will also continue to host its own annual conference as well as regional 1-day seminars/workshops across the country on library management topics.

Source: The Communications Group



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