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Of the more than 900,000 faculty members in the U.S. without tenure status, nearly half were on contracts of less than a year's duration.
Women made up about a quarter of professors at doctoral institutions with the highest and higher research activity, and a third elsewhere.
Two-year and four-year for-profit institutions paid higher average salaries than completely distance-education institutions in other sectors did.
Per-student spending at colleges whose library materials were at least 85 percent digital ranged from $60 to $768.
Online or digital journals and databases, along with e-books, consumed more than 70 percent of academic libraries' materials budgets.