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1.b.ii An additional branch library was closed and an extensive weeding project was undertaken to eliminate duplicates
and books that were not circulating or were outdated.
2 Decrease from 2004-05 is due to one-time additions of large e-book packages in 2004-05.
10 Change due to the report run in 2005-06 giving different data than in 2004-05.
21 Change due to a revised counting method.
LOUISVILLE
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 2,016,208.
MCGILL
4 2004-05 figure revised to 74,972 to reflect the inclusion of electronic serials as per ARL instructions.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $4,008,693; (15b) $7,790,403; (15c) $1,207,410; (15d) $424,819; (15)
$13,431,325; (16) $229,982; (17a) $5,544,270; (17b) $5,946,028; (17c) $721,866; (17) $12,212,164; (19) $4,225,211; (20)
$30,098,682; (21) $714,768; (22) $6,282,163; (23a) $216,801; (23b) UA/NA; (24) $809,765; (25) $168,710.
McMASTER
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $1,563,786; (15b) $5,629,371; (15c) $490,593; (15d) $257,958; (15)
$7,941,708; (16) $145,753; (17a) $2,157,960; (17b) $3,986,980; (17c) $403,625; (17) $6,548,565; (19) $1,209,630; (20)
$15,845,656; (21) $738,739; (22) $4,111,122; (23a) $124,493; (23b) $0; (24) $366,372; (25) $109,939.
MANITOBA
All figures are as of March 31, 2006 and include: William R. Newman Agriculture Library; Architecture/Fine
Arts/Music Libraries; Archives & Special Collections; Elizabeth Dafoe Library; Fr. Harold Drake Library; St. John's
College Library; D.S.Woods Education Library; Donald W. Craik Engineering Library; E.K. Williams Law Library;
Albert D. Cohen Management Library; Sciences and Technology Library; Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library;
Bill Larson Library; Carolyn Sifton-Helene Fuld Library; Concordia Hospital Library; J.W. Crane Memorial Library;
Misericordia Health Centre Library; Riverview Health Centre Virtual Library; Seven Oaks General Hospital Library;
Victoria General Hospital Library.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $2,119,234; (15b) $5,265,734; (15c) $110,463; (15d) $364,505; (15)
$7,859,936; (16) $153,562; (17a) $4,851,363; (17b) $5,282,742; (17c) $800,386; (17) $10,934,491; (19) $3,419,734; (20)
$22,367,723; (21) $556,069; (22) $3,108,206; (23a) UA/NA; (23b) UA/NA; (24) $404,121; (25) $191,127.
MARYLAND
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 3,465,506 to include government documents not previously included in volume
counts.
25 Libraries began using ILLIAD in 2005-06.
MASSACHUSETTS
1.b.ii Withdrawals are abnormally high due to weeding of added copies from a traditional print-oriented reserve reading
collection.
7 The accuracy of this number has eroded over the past few years and is no longer reliable. There is a large group of
extant items in this category, but its magnitude is in question.
16 Continuing conversion of print journal subscriptions to access in digital format has decreased the need for contract
binding.
17.c Includes federal work-study funds/subsidy.
24 Cyclical renewal of technology assets and expansion of the Learning Commons resulted in a substantial increase in
expenditures for hardware and software.
27 Implementation of the Learning Commons resulted in a net increase of 3 staffed service points.
28 Implementation of the Learning Commons with its 24/5 service schedule resulted in a large increase in service hours.
32 Circulation increased coincident with implementation of the Learning Commons.
34 Includes the numbers of items provided to two separate groups that also participate in Virtual Catalog projects; items
paged from the stacks and sent to partner libraries in the Five College Library consortium; and traditional ILL,
RAPID, and Document Delivery activities.
36 Excludes 30 Ed.D. degrees. No doctoral degrees were awarded for Audiology (Au.D.) or for Nursing Practice (DNP).
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