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Association Academic Library Statistics
Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Data
The Association of Research Libraries is a non-profit membership organization of research libraries, operating as a forum for exchanging ideas and as an agent for collective action. It focuses on "shaping and influencing forces affecting the future of research in the process of scholarly communication."
- ARL Statistics and Measurement Program
- The ARL Statistics and Measurement Program defines and measures the contribution of research libraries to teaching, research, scholarship and community service.
- ARL New Measures Initiative
- The ARL New Measures Initiative is responsible for increasing demand for libraries to demonstrate impacts in areas important to the institution, and increasing pressure to maximize the use of resources.
Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Library Trends and Statistics
The Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, "enhances the effectiveness of academic and research librarians to advance learning, teaching, and research in higher education. Compiled by the University of Virginia Center for Survey Research, ACRL's Library Trends and Statistics offer data in five major categories - collections, expenditures, personnel and public services, faculty and enrollment statistics, and supplementary statistics. Data is available for purchase, or online to registered users.
- Library Trends and Statistics Order Information
- 1999 - 2009