QUESTION NUMBER NOTES
26.a Main Library figure includes one grant‐funded FTE librarian.
26.b Main Library includes 9 FTE contract and grant cost recovery staff.
29‐31 Data unavailable for Law Library.
Includes Main, Science, and Law libraries. Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 4,114,611 due to
the addition of several e‐book packages.
24 2003‐04 figure did not include Main Library.
1.a Includes government documents that are catalogued, classified, and housed separately.
24 Figure reflects replacing all computers in the libraryʹs main lab.
26.a, 26.b Decrease due to an internal re‐interpretation of the classifications.
33 Data previously available to compute this figure are no longer available following transfer of
circulation, bibliographic, and other data to integrated library system Voyager.
All figures are as of April 30, 2005.
1 Collections of electronic books that the Library ʺownsʺ but has yet to catalogue and make ready for
use are not included in this figure. One example would be Eighteenth Century Collections
1.b Figure reflects a move to electronic periodicals, and space constraints (especially in the Libraryʹs
4.a Decrease from 2003‐04 figure is due to a revision in the method of determining the number of print
serial subscriptions; the Library is adding to its serial holdings, especially in the area of electronic
journals, and no cancellation project has been undertaken.
4.b This is the number of free electronic journals available through the Libraryʹs web site.
15‐25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $1,295,621; (15b) $3,809,019; (15c) $473,521;
(15d) $322,209; (15) $5,900,370; (16) $31,375; (17a) $2,613,844; (17b) $3,102,668; (17c) $272,734; (17)
$5,989,246; (19) $1,912,197; (20) $13,833,188; (21) $430,868; (22) $3,271,913; (23a) $34,304; (23b) $0;
(24) $544,143; (25) $151,447.
15.c Includes one‐time payments from the serials ledger (e.g. for periodical backfiles) and those related
to electronic books (either not owned by the Library or not yet catalogued).
19 Increase due to payments made under the Universityʹs ʺVoluntary early retirement and
26 Decrease due to the fact that some staff took advantage of the Universityʹs ʺVoluntary early
retirement and resignationʺ program.
29 Increase due to the strategic importance given to promoting information literacy.
31 Includes all types of reference interactions: in‐person, phone, FAX, email and virtual reference.
32, 33 Excludes circulation counts for materials in Archives and Special Collections.
36 This is the number of PhDs awarded between November 1, 2004 and October 31, 2005.
38 Figure reflects relevant faculty as of September 2004.
42 Increase is not thought to be significant, as the number of part‐time graduate students is quite