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American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
Standard 7.5, Library and Information Resources.
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
They reviewed all of their standards. The self-study and the site visit report reflect that all standards were addressed.
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
2009 &2012
For both site visits (2009 and 2012), the team from the team assessed the full set of standards, including Standard 5:
Library and Information Resources.
Canadian Architectural Certification Board
The CACB Conditions and Procedures for Accreditation. [same as answer for Question 6 report +visit for this agency]
Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board
We’re not sure what to make of this question. In the context of the library, we’re not aware of any particular standard
that was being reviewed.
Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
This report is used to evaluate the program’s compliance with Accreditation Standard (AS) 3.5.4. AS 3.5.4. The program
submits the library form to demonstrate comprehensive library holdings and/or electronic access and other informational
and educational resources necessary for achieving its mission and goals. Holdings of books, monographs, journals,
and other collection resources pertinent to social work study and research. Staffing pertinent to the provision of
library services to social work students Budget for social work library resources for the last, current and upcoming
academic years. Circulation or utilization data for items relevant to social work. Equipment and technology available
to social work (computers, copiers and printers). Circulation polices and procedures (policy and procedures to ensure
that books or other materials required or recommended in social work courses are made available to students).
Library’s online catalogue, email, computerized search services, document delivery, interlibrary loan (identify per-fee
versus non-fee), media, and other related services available to students (include other libraries outside the educational
institution to which students have regular access and the appropriateness of each library’s holdings for social work).
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