OhioLINK journals separately. The OhioLINK component, therefore, is counted in the raw data only once,
under the main library stats. That figure for 2004‐05 is 4,663.
Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 273,973.
Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 509,948 to reflect the addition of 122 Manas Media E‐books.
4 Includes some unnumbered monographic series. Estimate of e‐serials includes non‐current titles packaged
with current titles.
17a‐b, 26 In past years, exempt staff was counted as support staff. In 2004‐05 they are counted as professional staff.
22 Figure is an estimate.
31 Increase due at least in part to greater outreach efforts.
32, 33 Includes Annex material charges made at Law, which were mistakenly excluded from 2001‐02 to 2003‐04. As
in the past, includes ILL and some staff transactions.
All figures are as of August 31, 2005.
Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 213,585 to reflect the results of a physical recount, which included
some actual shelf counts and some sampling.
6, 7, 12, 13 The Law Library did a physical recount this year which resulted in substantive changes to these data.
Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 323,030 to reflect a corrected count.
23b Estimate based on per student cost.
1bii Decrease due to the completion of a major weeding project in 2003‐04.
15 The Law School allocated additional funding in 2003‐04 to develop the historical collection. 2004‐05 funding
remains consistent with previous yearsʹ allocations.
1bi Decrease due to fiscal constraints.
1bii Change in data due to large projects in past years that reviewed segments of the collection and removed
items as needed. 2004‐05 did not include such a project, only routine deaccessions.
19, 20 2003‐04 figures were incorrect; data were correctly accounted for in 2004‐05.
21 Increase due to costs associated with digital resources.
24 Decrease due to reduced expenditures for equipment replacement and maintenance.
26b Increase attributed to changes in accounting.
All figures are as of August 30, 2005.
Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 377,561. In addition, the Law Library had a significant decrease in the
number of volumes added.