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Manuscript Library, ReCAP (Research Collections and Preservation Consortium), and the Stokes Library (Public
and International Affairs and Population Research).
Library branches included: Includes the library system on the West Lafayette campus, consisting of 11 subject
libraries, an undergraduate library, and an archives and special collections research center.
Library branches not included: Excludes libraries at the regional campuses: Purdue North Central (Westville),
Purdue Calumet (Hammond), Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, and Indiana University-Purdue
Library branches included: Stauffer Library (Humanities and Social Sciences), Douglas (Engineering/Science),
WD Jordan (Special Collections and Music Library), and Education Library.
Salaries and positions as at May 1, 2012.
Library branches included: River Campus Libraries and Sibley Music Library.
Library branches included: Research and Instructional Services (which includes the Alexander Library, Mabel
Smith Douglass Library, Kilmer Library, Library of Science and Medicine, and Branches), John Cotton Dana
Library, Paul Robeson Library, and Technical and Automated Services.
Editor’s Note: In the ARL Annual Salary Survey 2011-2012, Rutgers (Camden) and Rutgers (Newark) are listed
incorrectly in Table 42. Rutgers (Camden)’s data line is named “Rutgers – Newark” and vice versa.
Library branches included: Murray Library, Education & Music Library, Natural Sciences Library, Engineering
Library, and University Archives.
Library branches included: Thomas Cooper Library, Business Library, Math Library, Music Library, Hollings
Special Collections Library (includes Irvine Department of Rare Books and Special Collections and South
Carolina Political Collections), Moving Image Research Collections, and the South Caroliniana Library.
Library branches included: University of Southern California main campus branch libraries.
Library branches included: Main campus and branch libraries.
Library branches included: The Arts & Sciences Libraries, Music Library, The Poetry Collection and Rare &
Special Books, and the University Archives.