Funding and priorities : academic libraries : the library resource guide benchmark study on 2011 library spending plans
Academic libraries : the library resource guide benchmark study on 2011 library spending plansLibrary resource guide benchmark study on 2011 library spending plansBenchmark study on library spending
The LRG North American Library Comparative Spending Reports, carefully broken out into three distinct library sector reports (public, academic, and special), provide librarians responsible for expenditures with comparative spending and investment data that has never previously been available. Each report is further segmented by library size in terms of audience served (public by patron population, academic by full-time enrollment served, special by organization size). Now, librarians can be armed with the facts comparing spending with libraries in their own sectors and of their own sizes.
Academic libraries; Finance; Library administration; Library spending
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Hammond, Jane L.; Martin, Peter W. (Cornell Law School, 2012-08-03)From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The Interviewer is Peter W. Martin and the Videographer is Michael D'Estries. This video covers the career of Jane L. Hammond as law librarian at Villanova ...
Calhoun, Karen (Karen Calhoun, 2013-09-16)This chapter of Exploring Digital Libraries continues the discussion of digital collections with a detailed look at the interplay between library users, hybrid library collections and enabling technologies for hybrid library ...