ALCT

AcronymDefinition
ALCTAdvanced Liquid Crystal Technologies, Inc. (Summit, NJ)
ALCTAirlift Control Team
ALCTAboriginal Land Council of Tasmania (Tasmania, Australia)
ALCTAlliance for Latino Community Technology
ALCTAdvanced Liquid Cooling Technology (Intel)
ALCTAndré Longpré Consultant Transport (Quebec, Canada)
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Por otra parte, los niveles de Sap y AlcT no mostraron diferencias estadisticas entre las especies.
Robertson, "Repository metadata: Challenges of interoperability," Paper presented at the ALCTS Institutional Repository Webinar Series (April 2011).
Concerning the types of non-technical skills, qualities, or knowledge required for digital project implementation, the respondents highly rated "workflow analysis," "team-building," "project leadership," and "time management." In addition, the lack of sufficient time (75.4%), money (69%), and training opportunities in convenient locations (66.8%) were the top three answers to the question of the chief obstacles standing in the way of the acquisition of new skills (ALCTS Continuing Education Task Force, 2003a, 2003b).
In a separate press release, ALCTS named Casey Mullin, head of cataloging and metadata services at Western Washington University, as the recipient of the 2019 Esther J.
RA21 is seeking to make that experience as simple as a single click regardless of where you are or what kind of device you are using" (alcts.ala.org/news/2018/21st-century-resource-access).
The Continuing Resources Section of ALCTS honored Les Hawkins with the 2014 Ulrich's Serials Librarianship Award.
As an example, representatives from each of these libraries will participate in a program at the 2004 ALA annual conference called "Best Practices: Collection Management and the Application of New Measures for Library Assessment" (ALCTS, 2003).
It is sponsored by four divisions of ALA: ACRL, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS), the Library Leadership and Management Association (LLAMA), and the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA).
(1) Virginia Schilling, "Introduction and Review of Linked Data for the Library Community, 2003-2011," Transforming Library Metadata into Linked Library Data (Chicago: ALCTS, 2012).