Tag Archive for 'research library'

Library Stat of the Week #29: Mexico, Slovakia and Lithuania have high numbers of academic librarians both per student and per researcher

Last week’s Library Stat of the Week looked at how many researchers and students each academic or research library worker had to serve. A point mentioned in the conclusions was the fact that from one country to the next (and indeed, from one institution to the next), there may be […]

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Library Stat of the Week #28: On average, there are 305 students and 20 researchers per academic library worker

In recent weeks, we have looked at how numbers of academic libraries and library workers stand around the world, and what correlations there are between these, in relation to total populations, and indicators of innovation such as publishing and patenting. Another angle worth exploring is the relationship between numbers of […]

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