Research Library Issues (RLI) no. 282 includes:
ARL Library Budgets after the Great Recession, 2011–13Charles B. Lowry
The State of Large-Publisher Bundles in 2012Karla L. Strieb and Julia C. Blixrud
Evolving Models of Reference Staffing at the University of Kansas LibrariesFrances Devlin and John Stratton
RLI issue 280 includes:
Open Educational Resources as Learning Materials: Prospects and Strategies for University Libraries Marilyn S. Billings, Sarah C. Hutton, Jay Schafer, Charles M. Schweik, and Matt Sheridan
E-Book Licensing and Research Libraries--Negotiating Principles and Price in an Emerging Market Charles B. Lowry and Julia C. Blixrud
Research Library Trends: A Historical Picture of Services, Resources, and Spending Martha Kyrillidou
RLI issue 282: Pre-pub of "The State of Large-Publisher Bundles in 2012"
Presented at the ARL/CNI Fall Forum, "21st-Century Collections and the Urgency of Collaborative Action," October 2011.
Presented at the 159th ARL Membership Meeting, October 2011.
Presented at the 158th ARL Membership Meeting, May 2011.
This is "Appendix C: Detailed Evaluation Requirements and Desirables" of the 2012 ARL e-book licensing agent RFP, more commonly known as the "ARL E-Book Requirements."
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"Community” symbol by Rémy Médard, from The Noun Project collection.
"Gears” symbol by Jeremy Minnick, from The Noun Project collection.