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CALA currently has its own public Facebook page, "CALA Members and Friends" Facebook Private Group, WeChat, LinkedIn and YouTube Channel. The purpose of maintaining various channels is to meet our diverse members' needs and offer up-to-date platforms…
To make the Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) a stronger organization and to serve its members more efficiently and effectively, CALA’s Assessment and Evaluation Committee designed an online survey and distributed it to all members…
This book was publichsed in 2011 to honor Dr. Lee's 80th birthday and in recognition of the impact of his scholarship. The first volume includes scholarly articles written by Dr. Lee, while the second volume includes his dessertations.
This book discusses the background and needs for information management, the current research state for information management, information strategy and the design of motivation theory.
This book was written by Wihan Diao, Andrew Wang, and Dr. Li after Diao's visit to Ohio University.
This book discusses modern libraries' missions and visions, development, organization, leadership, and management.
Fundraising for the 1990s: The Challenge Ahead -- A Practical Guide for Library Fundraising: From Novice to Expert.
This book discusses Dr. Lee's successful fundraising experience at the Ohio University.
Library Development, Resource Sharing, and Networking among Higher Education Institutions in Papua New Guinea. Final Report and Recommendations
This report presents recommendations for the upgrading of higher education information resources in Papua New Guinea according to acceptable norms, effective sharing of resources through phased introduction of automation and networking, and the…
This book discusses librarianship in world perspective. Part of the book is in Chinese.
These papers were presented at the 1983 Joint Annual Program of the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association and Chinese American Librarians Association, June 28-29, 1983, Los Angeles, California.
Published in Oral History Review, Volume 35, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2008 pp. 215-216