reporting requirements for the American Bar Association statistics.
2 Both UH Law Library and the Main Library had a significant increase in number of monographic volumes
6 The increase in the number of microform units held by the UH Libraries is due to a change in the way the Law
Library reported its statistics. Previously, Law had used the definition required for the American Bar Association
(fiche = number of units divided by 6, microfilm = number of reels x 5). The number reported this year reflects the
definition used by ARL and was calculated by reverse‐engineering the figures reported to ABA.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 207,653.
24 Figure reflects fewer computer hardware purchases.
2 Figure is estimated; titles are not separated by monograph/serials, only by dollar amount.
17.a Does not include salary of Associate Dean for Research.
17.c Law library does not include 2 RAs and 5 LOF students paid by law school Deanʹs account.
19 Law Library includes postage, phones, supplies, equipment.
31 Law Library bases on two weekly surveys taken each year and then multiplied.
1.b.i Library monograph expenditures were significantly cut in 2005‐06.
4.a Includes the number of serials received in PDF format from Hein Online.
15.a Library monograph expenditures were significantly cut in 2005‐06.
10 Change due to maps being recounted in 2006.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 423,750 to include 21,811 e‐books not included in prior years.
17.a Excludes law library directorʹs salary.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 699,148 to include 21,811 e‐books.
1.b.i Includes 2,684 e‐books.
15.d Includes: ILL ($480) and Preservation ($56,091)
32, 33 Includes reserves.
12 Counts based on item (or copy), not on number of units within each copy.
Volumes held May 31, 2005 revised to 177,354 in order to correct past miscalculations.
7‐9 Figures unavailable for Law Library.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 560,969.