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1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 273,626.
Library branches included: Health Sciences Center Library-South; Charles E. Krausz Library - Temple University School of
5 The freely accessible titles were included in the current electronic purchased totals for 2007-2008 totals. For 2008-2009, the
freely accessible titles have been separated and are included in Q5b.ii.
20 Increase is due to purchases and installation of equipment (computers, video hardware) to outfit the New Ginsburg Health
Sciences Library which opened June 2009.
Library branches included: Health Sciences Library-Memphis and Preston Medical Library-Knoxville.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 220,723.
5 Before deduplication, figure for total medical titles purchased was 5,263, which included 5,004 electronic titles and 259 print
titles. Figure for total medical titles not purchased was 5,192.
9, 13-14 Decrease due to a more accurate item count at Health Sciences Library-Memphis.
18.c Number of student assistants increased at Preston Medical Library from 3 in 2007-2008 to 5 in 2008-2009.
29 Health Sciences Library-Memphis is open 98 hours and Preston Medical Library is open 74.5 hours per week, but these
occur within the 148 hours of operation for the University Libraries.
33 Health Sciences Library-Memphis reported this item for 2008-2009 but not 2007-2008.
All figures are as of 08/31/2009.
Library branches included: Harrington Library TTUHSC-Amarillo, Montes-Gallo Library of the Health Sciences TTUHSC-
El Paso, Library of the Health Sciences TTUHSC-Odessa, Preston Smith HSC Library Lubbock.
Library branches NOT included: Alderman (Main), Astronomy, Biology/Psychology, Chemistry, Clemons Undergraduate,
Education, Fiske Kimball Fine Arts, Math, Music, Physics, Brown Science & Engineering, Small Special Collections, Law,
and Darden Graduate Business.
1 Includes 2,492 e-books.
2 This figure is reported in the University Library survey for the entire University of Virginia library system.
3 Health Sciences purchased 1,639 e-books.
37-43 This figure is reported in the University Library survey for the entire University of Virginia library system.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 339,036. 2007-2008 figures revised to show 36,490 volumes transferred from Health
Sciences to Main.
1.b.ii 36,490 volumes transferred from Health Sciences to Main.
Included with Main statistics.
WASHINGTON U.-ST. LOUIS
1 Includes 3,963 e-books.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 299,536.
18 Includes fringe benefits of $600,957.