ACRL Colleagues 1998-1999

ACRL thanks the corporate community for financially supporting its activities and programs throughout the year. Working together, the academic library and corporate community can achieve goals of mutual interest. Librarians benefit from the expert analysis and problem-solving corporate leaders can bring to issues and topics being addressed.

Corporate contributions added $134,000 to the ACRL 1998–99 budget. It was because of these contributions that the ACRL membership enjoyed a wider range of programs and activities. ACRL could not be the major player in the library and higher education arena that it is without the cooperation received from sponsorships.

Summa Cum Laude (over $6,000)

Baker & Taylor
Blackwell’s Books
EBSCO Information Services
Endeavor Information Systems
Gale Group
Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
NetLibrary
Swets & Zeitlinger
UMI

Magna Cum Laude ($3,000–$5,999)

Congressional Information Services
Elsevier Science
Faxon
Katherine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab
Yankee Books

Cum Laude ($1,000–$2,999)

ABAA (Elisabeth Woodburn Fund)
Christie, Manson and Woods
Emery-Pratt
Highsmith
Institute for Scientific Information
Martinus Nijhoff
OCLC
Reed Reference/K. G. Saur
Science Direct
SilverPlatter

Corporate Giving ($500–$999)

Cambridge Science
Heritage Book Shop
Brick Row Books
Lame Duck Books
Philadelphia Rare Books
Reese Company
Swann Galleries, Inc.
T. Schwarz & L. Thompson
Wissenschaftlicher