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HARVARD
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 15,586,234.
1 Figure reflects changes in acquisition patterns, including growth in electronic resources.
15 Decrease in (15d) reflects a change in accounting practice for electronic resources in faculty library. Increase in (15c)
largely reflects acquisition of electronic resources.
HAWAII
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 3,482,705 to reflect gift volumes inadvertently omitted by the Law Library in
2003-04.
1.b.ii Includes materials lost in the October 2004 flood.
2 Reflects increased ordering capability following October 2004 flood.
4.a Reflects a combination of serial cancellations and a new count of serial orders.
4.b Includes electronic serials not previously reported.
6 New physical count of microforms following October 2004 flood.
10 Reflects cartographic materials lost in the October 2004 flood.
15.a Reflects increased approval plan receipts following interruption of acquisitions activities due to the October 2004
flood. Includes audiovisual media not previously included.
15.c Figures for previous years included audiovisual media which are now included with monographs.
16 Figure reflects budget shortfall.
17.a-b Figures reported in previous years were estimates.
23.a Includes ARL, CNI, GWLA, OCLC, RLG.
24 Includes maintenance fees not previously reported.
25 May reflect increased librarian-student interaction following a period of curtailed library instruction activity due to
the October 2004 flood.
29, 30 Increase from 2004-05 reflects impact of October 2004 flood on library instruction activity.
31 Includes simple directional questions.
34 2004-05 figure revised to 4,406.
35 2004-05 figure revised to 11,038. Revised 60% increase may reflect increased librarian-student interaction following a
period of curtailed library instruction activity due to the October 2004 flood.
HOUSTON
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 2,160,366 to reflect a revision by the Law Library.
2 Both UH Law Library and the Main Library had a significant increase in number of monographic volumes purchased.
6 Increase due to a change in the way the Law Library reported its statistics. Previously, they had used the definition
required for the American Bar Association (fiche = number of units divided by 6, microfilm = number of reels x 5).
2005-06 figure reflects the definition used by ARL and was calculated by reverse-engineering the figures reported to
ABA.
8, 9 Excludes Law Library.
22 UH Libraries report a significant growth in expenditures in this area. These expenditures are matched by the growth
in number of electronic journals purchased in the ARL Supplementary Statistics.
26.a Five positions that were reported as professional in 2004-05 are reported as support staff in 2005-06.
HOWARD
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 2,401,460.
17.c In 2005-06 students used all available hours; in 2004-05 they did not.
19 MSRC did not report any figure in 2004-05.
22 Excludes Health Sciences Library.
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