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Footnotes may also include errata and corrections to data not previously reported from prior years. Numbers refer to
columns in Library Data Tables and to Questionnaire numbers. Unless otherwise noted, all figures are as of 06/30/2010.
All figures are as of 09/30/2010.
5.b.i We do not currently have any way of separating "Consortial" and "Freely Accessible Titles." Therefore, they are all
recorded here as "Freely Accessible."
3 This figure represents the number of monographic TITLES purchased.
1.a For 2008-2009, figure reported in question 1.a. was for June 2007 instead of June 2008, so question 1 Volumes Held June
30, 2009 was also incorrect. Question 1.a. 2009-2010 corrects this error. Correct figure for June 2008 is 274,417.
1.b Unexpected year end money allowed us to purchase additional monographs.
16.c Increase due to purchase of a new microform collection.
18.a, 27.a Decrease due to reduction in force for budgetary reasons.
20 Increase due to extensive furniture repair.
22 No money for end-of-year purchases.
24.a Lower expenditures due to budget constraints.
26 Increase in faculty requests.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 779,158 to include e-book units added to the collection in 2009-2010 as the result
of a large one-time addition to the OPAC.
All figures are as of 05/31/2010.
5 Serials are included with the University Library's numbers due to the deduping process.
All figures are as of 12/31/2009.
1.b The law library has begun to rely more on electronic databases and therefore purchased less volumes.
3 There were more available monographic volumes which were applicable to our collection needs in 2009.
5.a.i As resources have been added to our SFX instance, they have become available through the SFX A-Z list and can
therefore be included in our collection statistics.
7 Discarded and donated numerous microforms that we had in multiple formats.
16 We are relying more heavily on our electronic databases, and therefore purchased less library materials.
17 We cancelled many periodicals during 2009 and therefore had less to bind.
20 University has begun taking over more of our repairs, therefore we didn't need to spend as much money in 2009.
22 Increase due to the purchase of a large database: Lexis Nexis Congressional Hearings.
23 In 2008, we prepaid numerous electronic resources at the end of the year, so in 2009 there were less payments.
28 We have a second reference desk.
31 We worked to reach more students with each presentation.
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