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SUNY-BUFFALO
9 Total was revised in 2005-06. No updates had been provided in the past several years.
39-42 Enrollment data submitted in 2004-05 was for the incorrect academic year. 2004-05 figures revised to (39) 22,468; (40)
4,808; (41) 5,959; (42) 3,479.
SUNY-STONY BROOK
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 2,215,589 to include 12,580 electronic books.
15 Includes research and foundation funds and NYS Coordinated Collection Development Grant ($101,402).
15.d Includes bibliographic utilities ($289,790), memberships ($93,315), ILL and document delivery ($44,000),
SUNYConnect fee ($79,427), digitization fees ($21,517), off-site storage ($21,941), freight ($41,205), gifts program
($16,185), processing supplies ($29,623).
16 Includes money from NYS preservation grant ($7,979).
37, 38 Figures are for Main Campus and Health Sciences Center.
SYRACUSE
4.b Government documents that are serials are counted here; MARCHIVE records may not provide accurate data.
15 2004-05 figure was incorrectly reported and should be revised to $4,545,616.
15.c Library is able to pull out accurate data on AV and map expenditures; expenditures data able to be shifted here from
Miscellaneous (15d).
15.d Includes Law Library only.
17.a Five positions are cost-share positions.
41, 42 Includes law school students.
TEMPLE
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 3,016,464 to include another cataloged portion of the Arabic collection.
2 Increase reflects substantial increase in budget.
7 Due to completion of retrospective conversion, all government documents now cataloged.
TENNESSEE
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 3,682,677 due to change in counting method, and due to the addition of 160,918
e-books from Early English Books Online and Eighteenth Century Collections Online.
4.b Removed 5,617 titles from the count, for Gale InfoTrac OneFile database which were incorrectly included in 2004-05
(consortial full-text articles). These titles are now included in the Supplementary Statistics.
23.b Cost is calculated from a percentage of searches done over the course of a year. Increase from 2004-05 is due to the
use of a federated search engine (Powersearch).
TEXAS
2 Includes 58,006 monographic volumes purchased by the University Libraries, 158 by the Center for American
History, 9,416 by the Tarlton Law Library, and 479 by the Humanities Research Center.
15.a Includes $4,890,215 by the University Libraries, $5,825 by the Center for American History, $215,388 by the Tarlton
Law Library, and $54,130 by the Humanities Research Center.
15.b Includes $7,667,919 by the University Libraries, $6,254 by the Center for American History, $919,516 by the Tarlton
Law Library, and $16,596 by the Humanities Research Center.
15.c Includes $294,943 by the University Libraries, $0 by the Center for American History, $348,036 by the Tarlton Law
Library, and $1,615,393 by the Humanities Research Center.
15.d Includes $794 by the University Libraries.
TEXAS A&M
1 Increase beyond upper bound due to the purchase of a unique and sizeable eMonographs collection as well as an
aggressive withdrawing project at one of TAMU Libraries' branches.
1.b.i Reflects the addition of a large eMonograph package purchase.
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