GRN Reports and Papers
Updates and Reports
November 2008: Global Resources Network Update View Report
February 2007: Global Resources Network Progress Report View Report
July 2006: Global Resources Network Project Update View Report
January 2006: GRN transition to the Center for Research Libraries View Report
November 2005: Update on GRN Goals and Outcomes View Report
May 2005: Global Resources Network Progress Report View Report
December 2004: Progress Report on GRN Goals and Outcomes View Report
October 2004: Progress Report on GRN Goals and Outcomes View Report
May 2004: AAU/ARL Global Resources Network Update Report View Report
December 2003: AAU/ARL Global Resources Network Update Report View Report
October 2003: AAU/ARL Global Resources Network Update Report View Report
Presentations and Publications
The Future of Collaboration in Area Studies Collections and Research
Presented by James Simon at SALALM LV, Providence, RI, July 25, 2010.
Changing Global Book Collection Patterns in ARL Libraries
Prepared for the Global Resources Network (GRN) by: Mary E. Jackson, Auto-Graphics, Inc. (formerly Association of Research Libraries); Lynn Silipigni Connaway, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.; Edward T. O'Neill, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.; and Eudora Loh, University of California, Los Angeles in March 2007.
International Collections Development Workshop, [Proceedings] Washington, DC, February 27–28, 2006
Jointly sponsored by the Center for Research Libraries and the Library of Congress.
The Global Record: Understanding Its Use and Ensuring Its Future For Scholarship.
Ann Okerson, Associate University Librarian, Collections & International Programs at Yale University Library. Published in ARL: A Bimonthly Report, no. 240 (June 2005).
The Global Resources Network
James Simon. World Libraries, Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2005, 29–47.
Better Mousetraps in Turbulent Times? The Global Resources Network as a Vehicle for Library Cooperation
Dan Hazen. Journal of Library Administration, Volume 42, Number 2, 5 April 2005 , 35–55(21)
Global Resources Network Conference and Forum, [Conference Proceedings], Yale University Library, New Haven, CT, March 24–25, 2005.
Scholars, Libraries, and the AAU/ARL Global Resources Program: Conceptual Framework and Options for Action, Dan Hazen. Prepared April 14, 2003, for discussion at the May 2003 ARL Membership Meeting.
The AAU/ARL Global Resources Program: The View from a Crossroads.
Deborah Jakubs. Paper delivered at “The New Dynamics and Economics of Cooperative Collection Development” conference, Aberdeen Woods Conference Center, November 2002.
The AAU/ARL Global Resources Program at a Crossroads: Achievements, Best Practices, New Challenges, and Next Steps.
Deborah Jakubs (founding Director, AAU/ARL Global Resources Program), March 2002.
ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 206 (October 1999): Special Issue on Global Resources.
Conference Summary: The AAU-ARL Global Resources Program: Catalyst for Cooperation, a conference cosponsored with the Library of Congress, June 24, 1998.
Library Collections and Access: Supporting Global Expertise, Deborah Jakubs and David Magier. Prepared for the HEA-Title VI-Fulbright/Hays National Policy Conference held at the University of California, Los Angeles, January 23–25, 1997.
Scholarship, Research Libraries and Global Publishing: The Result of a Study Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Jutta Reed-Scott, principal author (Washington, D.C.: ARL, 1996).
Strategic Plan for Improving Access to Global Information Resources in U.S. and Canadian Research Libraries. Endorsed by the ARL Board of Directors July 1995.