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The Halifax Library Association is proud to present:
Overt and Covert - Libraries and Intelligence Work
presented by Dr. Norman Horrocks.
Dr Norman Horrocks, Emeritus Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, Dalhousie University, is an Editorial Consultant for Scarecrow Press, Lanham,MD, and a Contributing Editor for "Library Journal", New York. He has worked in England, Cyprus, Australia, the U.S., Jamaica and Canada. From 1945-48 he served in the British Army's Intelligence Corps in the United Kingdom and the Middle East providing material for the code-breakers at Bletchley Park and its successors. A Life Member of the Intelligence Corps Association his chapter on "Spies of the Airwaves" is scheduled to be published by Information Today Inc., in the Summer of 2005 as one of a collection of essays connecting intelligence service with librarians and information scientists.
Refreshments will be served.
Date: Monday, March 21, 2005; 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: NSCC - Institute of Technology Campus Library, 5685 Leeds St., Halifax
Registration: HLA and non-HLA members are welcome.
Although there is no charge for this workshop, please confirm your attendance with Heather Zinn ([log in to unmask]" target=_blank>[log in to unmask]).
There is still plenty of room left, but please RSVP before March 18th. Thank you.