RCL

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AcronymDefinition
RCLRecall (calculator function)
RCLRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (cruise line; stock symbol)
RCLRacing Club de Lens (French football club)
RCLResources for Christian Living
RCLRevised Common Lectionary
RCLRegional Container Lines
RCLReduced Course Load (various schools)
RCLRecord Location
RCLReseller Code Library
RCLRuntime Control Library
RCLRam Control Logic
RCLRotate Through Carry Left
RCLRoyal Canadian Legion
RCLReliance Communications Ltd. (India)
RCLRemote Central Locking (vehicle window feature)
RCLRiver Campus Libraries (University of Rochester; New York)
RCLRecoilless
RCLResources for College Libraries (Association of College and Research Libraries)
RCLRemote Control Locomotive (railroads)
RCLRepresentative Council of Learners (South Africa)
RCLRadial Collateral Ligament (anatomy)
RCLRotate Carry Left
RCLResistance, Capacitance, and Inductance
RCLRadio Communications Link
RCLRate Classification Level
RCLRemote Controlled Lighting, Ltd. (UK)
RCLReligious Corporations Law (New York)
RCLRamped Cargo Lighter (landing craft)
RCLRetainer Correlation Log (energy production)
RCLReactor Coolant Loop
RCLRyder Cup Limited (golf)
RCLRecent Crown Loss (ecology)
RCLResidual Cleaning Limit
RCLRadar Controller
RCLRuling Case Law
RCLRoyal Credit Line (RBC Bank)
RCLRepair Cycle Level
RCLRobot Command Language
RCLReplication Command Language
RCLRapid Center Library
RCLRadiological Control Line
RCLRadio Control Link
RCLRéseau Canadien des Langues
RCLResearch and Control Laboratory (India)
RCLRepairable Components List
RCLRouting, Channel Assignment, Link Scheduling (algorithm)
RCLRoutemaster Coach Lengthened
RCLRestrictive Conductive Location
RCLRoad Center Line
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Built in 1930, it is the University of Rochester's main library, the center of the River Campus Libraries organization, and the most recognizable structure on campus.
To redress this data gap, the River Campus Libraries embarked on a pilot project to explore new approaches to space assessment.
MAURINI STRUB (maurini.strub@rochester.edu) is the director of assessment at the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries. With a strong interest in user experience and space assessment, she approaches assessment through the lens of user-centered design.
Previously, she worked at the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries, where she led extensive anthropological research in library use.
The challenge of this book is that it only studies users at one institution, the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries, a private research university, and the results are not universally applicable.
This book reports on the eXtensible Catalog (XC) project begun at the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries. XC is a set of open-source applications developed at the University of Rochester, designed to provide patron access to resources across a range of databases, metadata schemas, and standards.
Gibbons, associate dean for public services and collection development at the River Campus Libraries of the University of Rochester, has also worked at the libraries of Indiana University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
of Rochester, River Campus Libraries) offers academic librarians in public services, technology, and administration insights into the role of technology in the lives of today's tech-savvy undergraduate students.
Mellon Foundation centered at the University of Rochester River Campus Libraries; and SOPAC, developed by John Blyberg at Darien Public Library in Connecticut.
* eXtensible Catalog (an open source project by the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries)