Footnotes to the ARL Annual Salary Survey, 2012–2013 · 141
ARL Annual Salary Survey, 2012–2013
All data is as of July 1, 2012 unless otherwise noted.
Library branches included: Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library, Angelo Bruno Business Library, McLure Education
Library, Eric and Sarah Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering, and W. S. Hoole Special Collections
Library branches included: Bibliographic and Information Technology Services, HT Coutts Education Library,
Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Faculty Saint-Jean Library, Winspear Business Reference Library, Office
of Staff Development and Training, Cameron Library (including Financial Systems and Analysis, Science and
Technology Library, Information Technology Services, and Research and Special Collections Services), and
Access Services (including Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loans).
Library branches included: Main Library, Science-Engineering Library, Fine Arts Library, Special Collections,
and Center for Creative Photography.
Library branches included: Tempe campus, Downtown Campus, Polytechnic Campus and West Campus.
Library branches included: Main and two branch libraries.
Library branches included: Mugar, Gotlieb Archival, and Theology.
Library branches included: O’Neill, Education Resource Center, Bapst Art Library, Burns Library of Rare Books
and Manuscripts, Social Work, and Theology and Ministry.
Library branches included: Harold B. Lee Library.
Library branches included: Art+Architecture+Planning, Asian Library, Chapman Learning Commons, David
Lam Management Library, Digital Initiatives, Education Library, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Koerner
Library (Humanities & Social Sciences, Borrower Services), Music Library, Okanagan Library, Rare Books and
Special Collections, UBC Library at Robson Square, Science and Engineering, Technical Services, University
Archives, and Xwi7xwa Library (First Nations House of Learning).
Library branches not included: Life Sciences Libraries and Reading Rooms and Affiliated Libraries.