This challenge led to the creation of the Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT), which is still active as a component of the ALA.
What does SRRT stand for?
SRRT stands for Social Responsibilities Round Table (American Library Association)
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We have 2 other meanings of SRRT in our Acronym Attic
- Signal Plus Reverberation to Reverberation Ratio (acoustic signal processing)
- Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju Rynku Rybnego (Polish)
- Security Readiness Review Scripts
- Short Range Radar Station
- Social Readjustment Rating Scale (psychological assessment test)
- South River Rescue Squad (New Jersey)
- Southern Regional Racing Series (US)
- Systems Record Retention System (AFOS)
- Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital (China)
- Simple, Routine, Repetitive Tasks (mental impairment assessment)
- Squannacook River Rail Trail (Massachusetts)
- Southern Rapid Rail Transit Commission
- Southern Regional Radon Training Center
- Resection of Residual Retroperitoneal Tumour Mass
- State Reporting and Records Transfer System (California School Information Services component)
- Social Research and Regeneration Unit (UK)
- Special Resident Retiree Visa (Bureau of Immigration; Republic of the Philippines)
- Shell Rock River Watershed District (Freeborn County, MN)
- SAAM (Special Assignment Airlift Mission) Request System (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE ALA ETHNIC MATERIALS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE ROUND TABLE The ALA's round table which promotes multicultural library services is the EMIERT, which began as a task force in the young ALA Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) in 1972 and became a full round table in 1982 (ALA EMIERT, n.
Sanford Berman, chair of the Social Responsibilities Round Table Task Force on Poverty Issues, addressing the Advisory Committee to ALA's Office for Literacy and Outreach Services in February 1997, argued persuasively for attention to the "Library Services for the Poor" which members of the Advisory Committee identified as a top priority during 1997-1998 (ALA/OLOS, 1997).