Affirmative Action Policies and Practices in Arl Libraries. Spec Kit#163

This Systems and Procedures Exchange Center (spec) kit begins with a summary by Kriza A. Jennings of the results of a survey which focused on identifying the practices of the 119 member libraries of the Association of Research Libraries (arl) in the areas of cultural diversity, recruitment, and affi...

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Main Author: Wright, Joyce C., Comp.
Corporate Author: Association of Research Libraries, Washington, Dc. Office ofManagement Services
Contributors: Clark, Barton M., Comp.
Format: Microfilm
Language:English
Published: Systems and Procedures Exchange Center, 1990.
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