58 · ARL Academic Health Sciences Library Statistics 2009–2010
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, cont
5 There is no separate count for serials for Health Sciences, please see Main Library data for electronic and print serials.
CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
Library branches included: Biomedical Center Library, Medical Center Library.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 240,718.
CASE WESTERN RESERVE
1.b.i The Medical Library has access to 17,495 e-books that are reported in the Main Library's statistics.
5.a.i An incorrect figure was reported in the 2008-2009 statistics. The Medical Library also has access to 56,721 e-journals that are
reported in the Main Library's statistics.
29 Reported on the Main Library's statistics.
32 This figure is not available for the Medical library.
1.b-1.b.ii Duplicate weeding activities were a focus due to space restrictions.
Print format journal subscriptions continue to be reviewed and converted to e-journals.
14 We created a separate collection for the film collection this year and are now able to report for this category of materials.
Shift from print periodical subscription expenditures to electronic resources caused changes in questions 16b and 16c.
17 Reduced print journals issues receipts and changes in binding policy resulted in lower binding expenditures.
Reduction in building hours and service staffing resulted in overall lowering of staff expenditures.
20 Reduction in telecommunications, travel and other operating due to budget reductions.
22, 23 Shift to more electronic resource acquisition and reduction of print resource acquisition.
29 Due to budget restrictions, we reduced service hours.
1.b, 1.b.ii Negative numbers reflect weeding of some bound journals in the Health Sciences Library.
5 Serials not reported separately from total university count.
17 This decrease from 2008-2009 reflects fewer print journals purchased and more careful attention to not binding when
archival rights are held to an electronic journal.
5, 26 Included in Butler Library statistics.
12 The Wilcox Collection.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 204,027 to reflect additional e-books. The increase in the count of e-books reflects both
the availability of new titles and the availability of online records for previously held collections.
1.b.i Includes 322 e-books cataloged manually. The library had an 80% budget cut for print monograph acquisitions. This,
combined with more e-journals instead of print journals, caused the decrease in volumes added new.