QUESTION NUMBER NOTES
Volumes held June, 30 2004 revised to 15,377,413.
1 Decreased volume count due to the closing of two collections, also reflected in the number of
volumes withdrawn. Includes some government documents.
4 Includes some government documents; excludes some international government documents.
15.a Anomalies in monograph expense are the result of changes in accounting practice and reduced
expenditures due to budgetary reductions.
15.c An increase in expenditures for other library materials reflects rising costs overall and the shift
from paper to digital resources.
15.d, 19 Increases due to a change in accounting practice.
21 Increased expenditures for computer files reflect transition from paper to electronic journals.
23.a Increase reflects several one‐time expenditures.
24 Increase attributed to changes in accounting for internal services, some renovation activity, and
25 Decrease reflects fewer transactions in addition to changes in accounting system.
Excludes the Law and Health Sciences libraries.
1.b.ii U‐Hawaii is still recovering from the flood of October 2004 and is not yet able to factor total loss
into the count of withdrawn and lost‐in‐flood volumes.
6, 10 Figures are the same as in 2003‐04. The count of items lost in the flood of October 2004 has not yet
9 Figure reflects a more accurate count following creation of separate Archives and Manuscripts
Department within the library.
26.a 2003‐04 figure revised to 70.
All figures are as of August 30, 2005 and include William R. Jenkins Architecture & Art Library,
Music Library, Weston A. Pettey Optometry Library, Pharmacy Library, and the OʹQuinn Law
Library. Volumes held June 30, 2004 revised to 2,317,288 to include the e‐book packages LION
(13,578 volumes) and NetLibrary (46,847 volumes). In addition, the UH Law Library had a
significant decrease in the number of volumes added.
15.b, 15.c In 2003‐04, approximately $740,000 was incorrectly reported under Other Library Materials (15c).
These are ongoing expenditures which are now correctly reported here. This results in a seeming
significant increase in serials expenditures and a corresponding decrease in expenditures for other
21 Increase due to one‐time money made available to purchase computer files in 2004‐05.
24 Increase due to significant additional expenditures for hardware acquisitions and workstation life
cycle replacements made in 2004‐05.
26.a, 26.b During 2004‐05, several staff positions were reclassified as exempt. The bulk of their salaries were
paid while they were classified as non‐exempt. This change accounts for the changing numbers of
support and professional staff, while at the same time showing little change in professional salary
8, 12, 13, 21, 23.a, 25 Figures reflect Health Science Library only.
10 Maps librarian position was vacant for most of this time period, as a result this figure was