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Footnotes may also include errata and corrections to data not previously reported from prior years. Numbers refer to
columns in Library Data Tables and to Questionnaire numbers. Unless otherwise noted, all figures are as of 06/30/2008.
All figures are as of 09/30/2008.
4a-4b Separate numbers of print and electronic not available.
10 Includes bibliographic utilities and literature searching.
2 Number indicates titles purchased.
4b E-journal management tools were implemented during 2007–2008 and it became possible to identify and track journal titles that are
provided to users that were not easily available for inclusion in journal title counts performed in earlier years.
Tempe, West, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix branches are not included.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 271,748.
7 2006–2007 figure revised to 1,255.
15d 2006–2007 figure under-reported.
42 2006–2007 figure revised to 18.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 632,923. The number of volumes held June 30, 2007 has changed because the Law library
acquired more electronic books than originally reported in 2006–2007.
All figures are as of 05/31/2008.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 250,956. 5,132 online resources added to 2006–2007's total volume count of 245,824.
2 Included in this count are 5,132 e-titles: Hein Online: 303; LLMC Digital: 182; BNA ALL: 428; CALI: 718; Lexis-Nexis E-treatises: 1,389;
Westlaw E-treatises: 1,946; MyILibrary ebooks: 157.
4 Serials for all libraries at Boston College are reported on the university library survey only (see the 2007–2008 ARL Statistics).
7 This count is based on 86 linear feet of material.
16 Binding expenses for 2007–2008 were paid for from a deposit account.
All figures are as of 12/31/2007.
4ai Using the Library Catalog, we did a search restricted to items that were in the Marc format for Serials, had a hyperlink to an electronic
version of the title, and were owned by the Law Library. In 2006–2007, we concluded that we had at least 1, but the Information
Systems Librarian never came up with a simple method that we could reproduce every year. We now have that method and therefore
each year will have the correct amount of electronic serial titles purchased.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 705,659.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 297,061.
1b This figure demonstrates a greater number of withdrawn duplicate volumes.
9 Duplicate archival materials withdrawn.
15-15b Less spent on print materials and more on electronic resources.
17a Director position open during 2007–2008.
17c Greater use of student help.