2008/2009 ARL Statistics survey: CUL's response
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Cornell University Library
This main ARL survey collects data on: collections; expenditures; staffing; services; and institutional characteristics. Three publications are created from this data: the ARL Statistics (which for CUL includes Law but not Medical); the Law Library Statitsics; and the Health Sciences Library Statistics. The instructions and input form are included.
fiscal year statistics; collections; expenditures; staffing; services; facilities; institutional characteristics; academic libraries; law libraries; medical libraries; Cornell University Library (CUL); Association of Research Libraries (ARL)
Suggested CitationCornell University Library. (2009). 2008/2009 ARL Statistics survey: CUL's response. (Dataset). eCommons Digital Repository at Cornell University. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/14160
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