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26, 36 Decrease reflects a drop in the number of ILL loan requests.
30 Decrease due to the following factors: More large group sessions were offered, and there were more individual
meetings with students rather than smaller group presentations as in previous years.
33, 34 Increase reflects increased circulation of books.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 286,456.
1.b, 2 Reflects the withdrawal of runs of many bound American Law journals in favor of reliance on Hein Online access.
5 Serials not reported separately from total university count.
1 Includes 25,026 e-books.
26 Included in Butler Library statistics.
35 Includes 4,135 for fee-based service.
For counts coded as "NA/UA": Unless otherwise noted, counts for Law are included as part of the Main survey, and are
not broken out.
1, 1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 443,023. The decrease from 2008-2009 reflects the fact that, for the first time since
requested, this count does not include an e-book count. All Ithaca/Geneva e-book counts are included in the Main
survey; a count for Law is not broken out.
1.b.i Print volumes only.
7 Count is no longer kept up to date. The count in 2007-2008 was 1,006,433.
9 Excludes any computer files that are not barcoded and/or that accompany other formats.
10 This measurement was not submitted previously. Count is in linear feet.
11, 12 Count is no longer kept up to date.
13 Excludes any sound recordings that are not barcoded, and/or that accompany other formats.
14 Count is for videos/DVDs.
16 Includes binding costs. Law bindery costs are included in the Main survey's bindery costs; a count for Law is not
27 Figure decreased because, for the first time, this count excludes FTEs for student staff. 2008-2009 figure without
students was 23. Law student FTE counts are included as part of the Main survey counts, but are not broken out.
27.a Includes counts for librarians and exempt staff.
30 Includes some instruction sessions for individuals.
33 Includes ILL lending and some staff transactions. The Law School student-edited journals are checking out many
fewer volumes for their work, relying instead on PDFs. A special project also increased charges in 2008-2009.
35 WorldCat Local became CUL's main catalog in June of 2009. Borrow Direct counts are volume counts; traditional ILL
counts are title counts. Traditional ILL counts include some of the requests submitted by CUL patrons for items that
are available at CUL.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 494,094 due to one-time download of 10,868 e-book collection records for Making
of Modern Law-Trials.
3 Statistics not tracked as defined. Library tracks volumes cataloged, a total of 2,742 volumes.