Association of Research Libraries


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Association of Research Libraries

A nonprofit membership organization of 126 research libraries in North America, which operates as a forum for the exchange of ideas and as an agent for collective action.
Mission Shape and influence forces affecting the future of RLs in the process of scholarly communication.
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(23.) Association of Research Libraries, "Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce," http://www.arl.org /diversity/init/index.shtml.
From the one hundredth anniversary of the Gerould Statistics to Duane Webster's retirement as the Association of Research Libraries' executive director, ARL celebrates a century of library evaluation activities.
Yearly subscription fees increased 226 percent from 1986 to 2000 and averaged $840 in 2004, according to the Association of Research Libraries. A one-year subscription to the journal Brain Research costs $18,856.
COUNTER built on the existing work done in this area, including guidelines developed by the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) (COUNTER, n.d.).
For leaders, planners, and facilitators alike, the user guide introduces the ARL (Association of Research Libraries) 2030 scenarios and explains many of the ways they can strengthen their institution's planning using the ARL 2030 Scenarios.
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