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Maximizing Access, Minimizing Cost: A First Step Toward the Information Access Future

Highlights weaknesses and suggests improvements to current interlibrary loan (ILL) and resource sharing practices in ARL libraries.

pdf maximizing-access-dec94.pdf

 
 

Plus Ça Change: Sixty Years of the Association of Research Libraries

David Stam's witty and revealing tour d'horizon at ARL's 60th anniversary meeting in 1992 is a very important contribution to understanding the character of this Association.

pdf plus-ca-change.pdf

 
       

Preservation Program Models: A Study Project and Report

Jan Merrill-Oldham, Carolyn Clark Morrow, and Mark Roosa • 1991 • ISBN 0-918006-20-1 • 54pp.

This publication discusses 10 components of a comprehensive preservation program and describes four levels of program maturity, with benchmarks for personnel, production, and budgets.

Print copies are available for purchase for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
                   

Government Information in Electronic Format: A Statement of Principles

This statement, prepared by the ARL Task Force on Government Information in Electronic Format, was endorsed by the membership of ARL in May 1988.

pdf gov-info-e-format-may88.pdf

 
                             
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