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MINNESOTA    
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 550,910. Adjusted for transfer of volumes to MLAC shared storage facility.
4a.i- 4b.ii Not possible to separate unique serial titles by branch library.
11 Breakdown by media not available for all libraries. Total A/V media holdings for Health Sciences Libraries is 2,832
consisting of approximately 53 graphic, 66 audio, 2,377 video.
25 Decrease in expenditure is due to participation in reciprocal ILL through EFTS consortium.
28-42 Not reported for branch libraries to avoid misleading sum in main ARL statistics.
MONTREAL
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15) $2,164,905; (15a) $219,652; (15b) $1,945,253; (15c) $0; (15d) $0;
(16) $14,789; (17) $1,919,556; (17a) $780,604; (17b) $1,138,952; (17c) $0; (19) $22,444; (20) $4,121,694; (21) UA/NA; (22)
$1,209,869; (23a) UA/NA; (23b) UA/NA; (24) UA/NA; (25) UA/NA.
NEW YORK    
All figures are as of 08/31/2007.    
The Medical and Dental Libraries are submitting a consolidated report of their statistics this year instead of separately as
in past years.
1a Includes 8,729 e‑books.
4 The total number of serials decreased dramatically as part of the de‑duping process for the new counting methodology.
All electronic serials will only be reported through the Division of Libraries. The actual number of serial titles available
from the Medical and Dental Libraries is 20,831.
4a.i Electronic serials totals for NYU are only being counted in the main Division of Libraries total. The actual number of
electronic serials purchased available at the Medical and Dental Libraries is 9,519.
4b.i Electronic serials totals for NYU are only being counted in the main Division of Libraries total. The actual number of free
electronic serials at the Medical and Dental Libraries is 11,062.
NORTH CAROLINA    
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 339,154. Added 86 e‑books not previously counted, plus 5,661 volumes to reflect
more accurate counts obtained through new ILS.    
26 Professional staff = 31.03; Support staff = 30.48; Student assistants = 8.49; Total = 70 FTE. Personnel includes 1.93 FTE for
special projects and grants.    
28 Service hours = 109.
NORTHWESTERN
All figures are as of 08/31/2007.
OHIO STATE    
4a.i Library purchases or shares in the purchase of 3,543 electronic serials.    
4b.i All Ohio State libraries have access to 3,285 cataloged free electronic serials.    
23b Inseparable from total university libraries figure of $1,142,832.
OKLAHOMA STATE
18 Fringe benefits are included.    
39 There are 351 medical students using the professional classification in IPEDS. This number reported in lieu of the breakout
asked for in (39‑42).
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
Includes the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center library, and the College of Medicine Harrell Library (Hershey, PA).
PITTSBURGH
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 337,597.
QUEEN’S
All figures are as of 04/30/2007.
Includes the Bracken Health Sciences Library.
(36‑37) and (39‑42) are as of November 2006, (38) as at October 2006. (4), (23) and (24) are statistics included in Main
Library questionnaire (see ARL Statistics). The numbers cannot be broken out.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15) $1,759,554; (15a) $174,790; (15b) $1,581,828; (15c) $2,936; (15d) UA/NA;
(16) $7,567; (17) $809,261; (17a) $328,107; (17b) $441,302; (17c) $39,852; (19) $198,409; (20) $2,774,791; (21) UA/NA; (22)
$1,393,376; (23a) UA/NA; (23b) UA/NA; (24) UA/NA; (25) UA/NA.
ROCHESTER    
4 This figure is the total of print‑only journals (156) PLUS the e‑journals included in the Health Sciences and Life Sciences
categories in SFX.
8 Includes non‑local computer files purchased by Miner.
17, 20 Due to a re-organizational initiative, medical‑center‑wide Web support no longer falls under the health sciences library’s
organizational structure; 4.5 FTE were transferred.
21 AMA Journal backfiles.
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