50 · ARL Academic Law Library Statistics 2007–2008
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19 Less spent on equipment than in years prior to 2007–2008.
20 Smaller figure than 2006–2007 because of director's vacancy and fewer one-time expenses.
38 The number of full time instructional faculty in 2007–2008 for the Law School is 44.
41 The number of full time graduate students for the Law School is 597.
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4a This figure is repeated from the previous year (2006–2007). UCLA has not yet determined accurate counts for subscription titles that
are obtained without cost via the internet, since these titles do not have order records in UCLA’s bibliographic database. Because there
is a significant increase in these titles, UCLA is devoting efforts to capturing this information in a systematic and reliable way for the
next annual statistical report.
27 Included in the General Library Count-- 1 service point open for 97 hours.
1 The combination of withdrawing 38,608 volumes in 2006–2007 and adding 21,804 electronic titles resulted in a 5.88% increase in the
1b In 2007–2008 withdrew 38,608 volumes that were duplicative or available in electronic form and available in the university library.
2 Fewer books were purchased because there was less “carry forward” money to spend on monographs in 2007–2008 than in 2006–2007.
4a Number of serials is based on count of titles in serial record plus the number of unique electronic serials separately cataloged.
8 Purchased fewer CDs in 2007–2008.
12 More audio was purchased to meet instructional and professional development requests.
15a Fewer monographs were purchased in 2007–2008 than the previous year because in 2006–2007 accumulated carry forward money was
17a As a result of incorrectly reporting student expenditures in 2006–2007, total salaries and wages were also underreported. The correct
figure for 2006–2007 was $1,398,523.
17c Student expenditures were incorrectly reported in 2006–2007 because only expenditures for part of the year were included. The
correct amount for 2006–2007 expenditures was $73,583.
19 Centralized indirect expenses previously not reflected in the law library budget are now attributed to the law library budget.
20 The 15.8% increase in total expenditures can be attributed to underreporting student expenditures in 2006–2007; an increase in
support staff expenditures; filling vacant positions and the inclusion of indirect centralized costs that are now allocated to the law
library budget. The correct figure for 2006–2007 was $3,517,556.
23a During 2007–2008 the Provost Office and University Library along with the Law Library completed a project to track Law Library
expenditures, when necessary using a prorated portion of the total of some specific library expenses. The increased account now
reflects law library expenditures for OCLC and other consortia and cataloging expenses, i.e., LIPA, YPB cataloging; authority control;
tables of content & book jacket services, etc.
24 During 2007–2008 the Provost Office and University Library along with the Law Library completed a project to track law library
expenditures, when necessary using a prorated portion of the total of some specific library expenses. In previous years few of these
expenses were charged back to the law library. The increased accounts now reflect law library expenditures. For example, these
expenditures include: Horizon (the library's shared ILS); ARENS (the library's reserve system) Lens (Aquabrowser); Web Express,
Outlook, library web site support; SFX & support for e-resource connections, the proxy server, e-links, support & equipment for
both staff & public computing; digital projects server support, database development & support; maintenance agreements, campus
networking payments; CIC cooperative digital depository agreement; authority control; CIC cooperative digital depository agreement;
1b For 2006–2007, many more withdrawals were reported, affecting the “volumes added” very negatively. This is a return to more usual
16 We are no longer binding periodicals.
20 Decrease in salary expenditures because of several vacancies.
22 Increase reflects including some resources that may not have been included in 2006–2007.
29-30 Instruction numbers are lower because of a position vacancy.
1 Includes 23,366 e-books.