119
37 Excludes Ed.D. (Education), Au.D. (Audiology), and DNP (Nursing Practice) doctoral degree programs.
MIT
19 2004-05 figure revised to $1,944,151.
MIAMI
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 2,952,532 to include 359,676 e-books not included in prior years. E-book
collections include NetLibrary, Early English Books Online, Gale's 18th Century Collections Online, Women Writers
Project, Wright American Fiction, Making of the Modern World, and Making of Modern Law.
17.a Excludes salary of the University Librarian. Includes salaries of 40 librarians and 3 non-librarian
administrative/professional employees in central library; 10 exempt employees in central library reported as
professional staff in 2004-05 are reported as support staff in 2005-06.
17.b In central library 10 exempt staff reported as professional staff in 2004-05 are reported as support staff in 2005-06.
17.c Excludes wages for student assistants subsidized by the School of Business Administration.
26.a Includes 40 librarians and 3 non-librarian administrative/professional employees in central library; 10 exempt
employees in central library reported as professional staff in 2004-05 are reported as support staff in 2005-06.
26.b In central library 10 exempt staff reported as professional staff in 2004-05 are reported as support staff in 2005-06, for
a total of 90 support staff in central library.
31 Reference transactions for marine and architecture libraries are unavailable. Reference transactions are based on
enumerations in central, business, and music libraries and sampling in law and medical libraries.
37 Number of Ph.D. fields was recalculated in 2005 by University administration; reported number of Ph.D. fields in
2005 is a result of renaming programs and recombining majors and not a decrease in fields.
MICHIGAN
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 8,138,604.
MICHIGAN STATE
1.a Includes 17,926 NetLibrary plus 34,542 Gov Doc e-books.
1.b.i Includes 7,777 NetLibrary plus 4,059 Gov Doc e-books.
4.a Includes monographic series that cannot be disaggregated.
15.b Includes expenditures for monographic series that cannot be disaggregated.
15.c Main library expenditures are included in monograph expenditures (15a) and current serials expenditures (15b).
Figure reflects Law Library only.
15.d Includes: ILL Reserve ($91,164); CRL Reserve ($44,763).
22 Increase reflects continuing conversion of large numbers of journals from print-based pricing, to a model where the
online version is the basis of the subscription.
23.b MSU Libraries have access to a large number of electronic resources from several vendors through the Michigan
eLibrary. These resources are provided to all residents of the State of Michigan.
29, 30 Includes tours and orientations for the first time.
39-42 2004-05 figures revised to: (39) 38,557; (40) 6,279; (41) 6,859; (42) 2,569.
MINNESOTA
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 6,610,156 for adjustments to unit collection counts, corrections to records, and
approximately 25,000 government documents records loaded.
1.b.ii Increase in withdrawals is largely due to an extensive duplicate withdrawal project in conjunction with moving
materials to on-site storage.
2 Count reflects monograph titles ordered, not volumes purchased. Increase is due to $500,000 increase in allocations
for monograph purchases.
4 Increase in serials count is due to full count of individual titles in aggregated e-serial packages. These were not
captured in counts submitted in past years.
4.a Increase is due to full count of individual titles in aggregated e-serial packages. These were not captured in counts
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