AVL accounts can be obtained by contacting your local public library. If you are a K-12/Post-Secondary student, please contact your school’s library.
|AVL||Approved Vendor List|
|AVL||Audio Video Library|
|AVL||Adelson-Velskii and Landis (balanced binary tree)|
|AVL||Audio Visual Lighting|
The Alabama Virtual Library provides all students, teachers and residents of the State of Alabama with 24/7 online access to premier library and information resources free of charge.
Geolocation is the attempt to identify the real-world geographic location of an object, such as a cell phone or an Internet-connected computer terminal. The AVL uses this technology to help determine if a user is located in Alabama. Otherwise, the user will need to login with his AVL username/password.
The Alabama Virtual Library (AVL) is managed by a governing council consisting of representatives from the following state agencies; the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, the Alabama Community College System, the Alabama Public Library Service, the Alabama State Department of Education, and the Alabama
AVL stands for Alvin Virtual Learning.
aVL means augmented Vector Left; the positive electrode is on the left shoulder. aVF means augmented Vector Foot; the positive electrode is on the foot. NOTE: although the F stands for foot, please conceptualize the positive electrode of aVF as being at the umbilicus. Now combine the three limb leads I, II, III.
|ABL||Asset Based Lending|
|ABL||American Basketball League (defunct)|
|ABL||Ablative (grammatical case)|
Geolocation refers to the use of location technologies such as GPS or IP addresses to identify and track the whereabouts of connected electronic devices. Because these devices are often carried on an individual’s person, geolocation is often used to track the movements and location of people and surveillance.