111
College which are typically excluded from these statistics.
35 Figure includes the whole university, including the two two-year colleges Raymond Walters College and Clermont
College which are typically excluded from these statistics.
COLORADO
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 3,578,229 to include 23,403 e-books that were added during the 2005-06 fiscal
year.
1.b.ii Significant increase due to a large number of government documents withdrawals in 2005-06.
3 Count is about 90% bibliographic and 10% physical.
9 Decrease due to move of large collection from Archives to another university.
13 Decrease due to large number of these items in the Archives Department being transferred to another university.
15.c Large increase due to major one-time electronic purchases (e.g., ECCO).
15.d Includes: Non-contract binding ($8,296); GPO shelf list service ($4,745); III services ($106,981); interlibrary loan
($14,974), memberships ($212,752); OCLC utility ($132,913); projects ($86,190); RLIN utility ($1,348); storage facility in
Boulder ($27,540); Prospector ($4,225); reconciliation with Peoplesoft ($105).
21 Large increase due to major one-time electronic purchases (e.g., ECCO).
23.a Expenditures for consortia memberships and bibliographic utilities are always paid out of the materials budget (15d),
not out of other operating expenditures (19).
25 Copy costs decreased due to purchase/use of scanner in ILL.
COLORADO STATE
1.b Decrease due to decrease in gross volumes added and increased withdrawals throughout the fiscal year.
1.b.i Decrease due to reduction in flood recovery funds.
4.b Figure reflects an increase in free e-journals.
6 Figure reflects a change in methodology for calculating bibliographic record shows 8 units per volume.
10 Includes a correction for uncataloged maps.
12 Figure is a result of weeding.
15.c Additional backfiles were added.
26 Working with the University Strategic Plan, open positions were not immediately filled until the reevaluation was
completed showing faculty and staff support skills needed to implement new strategies and programs.
33 Figure reflects fewer checkouts.
40, 42 Figures are a result of multiple strategies to increase student enrollment.
COLUMBIA
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 9,299,036 to include 21,994 electronic government documents that were added
in 2005-06.
2 Includes 30,522 e-books, representing the number of e-books added to the catalog in 2005-06. Some were purchased
and not added to the catalog; those are not included here.
15.c Includes digitization of historical dissertation collections, art collections, and development of digital finance archive.
15.d Includes costs associated with maintenance of collection (e.g., shipping, supplies, relocation, memberships).
17.a,
17.c, 19,
24, 26.a,
26.c
Includes data for The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL), Digital Knowledge
Ventures (DKV) and EPIC (Electronic Publishing Initiative at Columbia).
17.b, 26.b Includes data for The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL).
20 Excludes fringe benefits of $569,472.
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