112 · ARL Statistics 2006–2007
QUESTION
NUMBER
FOOTNOTE
4 Decrease due to new serial count methodology established by ARL.
15a Large increase in monographic expenditures is the result of extensive additional funding for 2008 12 from the University Strategic
Investment Plan (SIP) for acquiring electronic journal back files and retrospective electronic collections.
15c Actual amount is higher. Retrieval by material format is not readily available from the integrated library system.
19 Decrease due to a decrease in other operating expenditures in 2006-07.
21 Large increase in monographic or one time expenditures is the result of extensive additional funding for 2008 12 from the University
Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) for acquiring electronic journal back files and retrospective electronic collections.
23a Included are expenditures for four bibliographic utilities: SOLINET cataloging services, GOBI Plus (YBP), YBP cataloging records
for approval, and RLG Union Catalog. Increase over 2005-06 due to omission of SOLINET changes in previous years.
24 Increase due to a hardware refresh for most library staff and an increase of hardware purchases for patrons in public service areas.
25 In previous fiscal years SOLINET ILL/document delivery funding was omitted from this response.
27 Decrease due to the consolidation of the University Archives service point with the Special Collections Services point and the
Chemistry Library being consolidated into the main library.
34-35 Decreased due to a decrease in total requests filled in 2006-07.
40,42 Decrease due to normal fluctuations in enrollment.
EMORY
All figures are as of 08/31/2007.
Includes the Health Sciences Center, Hugh MacMillan (Law), Oxford College, and Pitts (Theology) libraries, as well as libraries at
Grady Hospital and Medical School.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,226,136.
1b Reporting 136,530 e books. EBL = 310; Gale Virtual Reference Library=11; ECCO=136,209.
2 Includes 316 E-book Library platform and 145 Gale Virtual Reference Library platform titles. We are unable to provide volumes
since multi volume sets (such as encyclopedias) get a single item record for e books. E books paid for on a subscription basis (such
as Knovel) are not included here. The number of monographic volumes purchased was under reported for fiscal years 2005 06 and
2004 05 due to inability to count paid items lacking an order record in the system.
4ai This is a count of SFX titles only. Does not de dupe print and electronic subscriptions.
4aii Of the 4,678 print serials purchased, a subset of 547 could not be de duped.
4bi This is a count of SFX titles only. Does not de dupe free print and electronic subscriptions.
34 Increasing availability of electronic journals may have reduced need for use of ILL.
FLORIDA
Includes all Gainesville, Florida campus libraries: Marston (Science), Architecture/Fine Arts, Journalism, Music, Education, Law,
and Health Science Center. Also includes the Health Science library facility in Jacksonville, Florida.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 4,177,122.
4ai This number is reported by the Main library.
36-42 Reported by Main library.
FLORIDA STATE
Includes the Robert Manning Strozier (Main) Library, Engineering Reading Room, Paul A.M. Dirac Science Library, College of Law
Library, College of Medicine (Maguire Library), College of Information (Goldstein Library), Warren D. Allen Music Library, Claude
Pepper Library, FSU Campus Library, Panama City (Florida), FSU Panama City Library (Republic of Panama), John and Mable
Ringling Museum of Art Library.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,400,422.
11 The large increase is due to the inclusion of the Claude Pepper Library’s 5,316 graphic items.
18 Fringe benefits are included.
25 The large increase in ILL expenditures is due to the 2005 06 figure being incorrect. The correct figure for 2005 06 should be 70,514.
26a Panama City, Florida branch reporting 1 FTE for first time.
38 Information for 2006 07 from internal sources, not from IPEDS.
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