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Author:
Mary Jo Lynch
ISBN13:
978-0838957424
ISBN:
0838957420
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Publisher:
Amer Library Assn (July 1, 1991)
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Social Sciences
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The role of academic libraries friends groups and other types of friends .

The role of academic libraries friends groups and other types of friends groups will be discussed in a future column.

1985-1986 Survey Instrument and Reports, 1986-1987 Tax Sources of Revenue for Public Libraries Project-Advisory Committee .

1985-1986 Survey Instrument and Reports, 1986-1987 Tax Sources of Revenue for Public Libraries Project-Advisory Committee Correspondence, 1986-1987 Dissemination, 1988 Planning and Funding, 1986-1987. 14/2/6 Survey Instrument and Procedures, 1987-1988. Box 3: Survey of the Priorities of Members of ALA: A Summary Report by Mary Jo Lynch, 1979-1980 ALA in Action: A Current Inventory by Priority Areas and Goals, 1987 Survey of ALA Members Holding Elected and/or Appointed Position in 1988-89: Final Report. by Mary Jo Lynch, 1991 CORS Mid-Winter Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 1996.

According to a recent ALA survey of public libraries (NonTax Sources of Revenue for Public Libraries, ALA Survey Report, Mary Jo Lynch . The role of academic libraries friends groups and other types of friends groups will be discussed in a future column.

financial support, after individuals, who led the list with 5. %.

Using Technology to Support Equity and Inclusion in Youth Library Programming: Current Practices and Future Opportunities

Using Technology to Support Equity and Inclusion in Youth Library Programming: Current Practices and Future Opportunities. Subramaniam et al. Queering the Catalog: Queer Theory and the Politics of Correction. Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in Archives.

Magazine article American Libraries Part I of the member opinion survey listed 16 primary "areas of interest" fo. .

Magazine article American Libraries. Magazine article American Libraries. Part I of the member opinion survey listed 16 primary "areas of interest" for the Association, such as intellectual freedom and literacy.

Academic libraries reported 85,752 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff working in 3,793 academic libraries during the .

Academic libraries reported 85,752 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff working in 3,793 academic libraries during the fall of 2012, a decrease of . % (3,191 positions) from 2010. The number of academic librarians decreased only . % since 2010 to a total of 26,606 FTE positions. At the same time, FTE student enrollments have increased by . % since 2010 to 2. million. Retaining current students is another key revenue strategy for post-secondary institutions, according to the survey of college and business officers, making the contributions of academic librarians to student learning more important than ever.

KW - Academic libraries - United States - Finance. KW - Library finance - United States. KW - Library surveys - United States. A2 - Lynch, Mary Jo CY - SN - 0838957420 N1 - Bibliography : p. 56-61.

Sources of library statistics, 1972-1982. Mary Jo Lynch, Arthur P. Young.