58 · ARL Academic Law Library Statistics 2009–2010
BRIGHAM YOUNG, cont.
32 We are offering more instruction to students in their classes, both first year Legal Research and other courses, therefore
students are not asking as many questions at the reference desks.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 706,824.
1.b More volumes withdrawn as transitioning to online.
3 Decrease due to the receipt of fewer gift volumes.
16.b Decrease due to the receipt of fewer print serials.
16.c Serial backfiles and AV items separately counted.
18.c Fewer student employees.
24.a Decrease due to the cancellation of the OCLC/shares program.
29 Cut back library hours.
30, 31 Increase due to teaching Legal Research course.
32 Recalculated figure using better sampling data.
34 More journal articles accessed online by users.
3 Includes: Making of Modern Law Treatises and Trials, Oxford Scholarship Online, Law module archive, and BNA
16.c Includes one time perpetual access for back runs of Serial set, Hearings, and CFR.
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 565,791.
5 There is no separate count for serials for Law. Please see Main Library data for the total count of electronic and print
CASE WESTERN RESERVE
1.b.i The Law Library has access to 17,495 e-books that are reported in the Main Library's statistics.
5.a.i The Law Library has access to 56,721 e-journals that are reported in the Main Library's statistics.
10 This number has increased greatly over the past year as we have moved a lot of faculty material into the archive. Some
of this material will be withdrawn so we expect the number to fluctuate over the next few years.
29 Reported on the Main Library's statistics.
1.b, 1.b.i Decrease due to print cancelations in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 and to the reallocation of funds to electronic resources.
1.b.ii Decrease due to collection maintenance and to the routine withdrawal of duplicate titles.
14 Increase reflects the receipt of DVDs ordered in 2009-2010.
16.a Decrease reflects reduced allocation for monographs.
16.c Decrease reflects reduced funding for DVDs and cancelation of MF titles.
17 Decrease reflects reduced allocation for binding and new binding policies.
18.b The Library has two full-time, unfilled support staff positions.
18.c Decrease reflects reduction in the number of work-study students employed.
23 Increase reflects reallocation of print funds to electronic resources.
24.a Amount mistakenly reported in 2008-2009. Expenditures should have been $40,402.