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25 Reduction due to streamlined and improved copyright clearance process.
26a Includes 39 FTE graduate assistants.
Includes the Archives of Traditional Music, and the Kinsey Institute, The Archives of African American Music & Culture, Center
for Disability Information & Referral, Gay Lesbian Bi Sexual and Transgendered Student Support Services Office, and Workshop on
Political Theory & Policy Analysis libraries.
Excluded: law library, the regional campuses at Columbus, Ft. Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, IUPUI (including the Ruth Lilly Medical
Library), Kokomo, New Albany, Richmond, and South Bend.
10 Better count of large map collection.
34 One library reported photocopy statistics here in the past. Problem fixed this year
36-42 Reported current fiscal year data instead of previous fiscal year in 2005 06.
1-2 Moved from physical to bibliographic counting.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 4,598,480.
4 960 shared titles between Law and Main or Health Sciences libraries are being counted with Law.
12-13 Moved from physical to bibliographic counting.
17a This includes programming staff that support the Libraries, but are not paid directly from Libraries’ budget.
19, 24 Including equipment costs that support the Libraries, but not directly taken from Libraries’ budget.
26b Fewer graduate assistants due to grants ending; number of merit positions eliminated; includes 3 FTE programmers who support
the Libraries but not paid directly from Libraries’ budget.
26c Using fewer student employees.
32-33 Removed Main/Branch/Health Sciences intra library circulation numbers.
35 Decrease due to new software, ILLiad, which counts transactions differently than Clio software.
38 Does not include 440 clinical and pre clinical faculty with departmental appointments.
Includes the Main Library and Veterinary Medical Library, plus three reading rooms (Design, Physical Sciences, and Math).
15c Other Library Materials expenditures decreased $72,830, from $250,035 in 2005-06 to $177,205 in 2006-07, due in part to a decrease in
the purchase of backsets of electronic resources.
19 Other Operating Expenditures increased $890,742, from $945,544 in 2005-06 to $1,836,286 in 2006-07, primarily from renovation
expenditures including: creation of the Bookends Cafe; creation of the ISU Copy Center; renovation of the Reference area into
the Learning Connections Center; and re carpeting/painting on Third Floor. The 2006-07 figure includes $243,080 in one time
contributions from ISU Dining, ISU Printing, and MICA.
20 Total Library Expenditures increased $1,421,488, from $16,973,524 in 2005-06 to $18,395,012 in 2006-07, primarily from a combination
of increased Library Materials expenditures, increased Salaries, and Other Operating expenditures noted in footnote 19.
21 One time Electronic Resource Purchases decreased $171,193, from $248,180 in 2005-06 to $76,987 in 2006-07, due to a reduction in the
purchase of electronic resource backsets. In 2005-06, there was a concerted effort to purchase electronic resource backsets. 2006-07
returned to a more normal purchasing pattern.
24 Computer Hardware and Software increased $266,346, from $331,920 in 2005-06 to $598,266 in 2006-07, primarily due to the
purchase of the Ex Libris package of software including: Primo, Verde, and MetaLib.
Figures include the Sheridan Libraries, Welch Medical Library, Institute for History of Medicine, School of Public Health Library,
Peabody Conservatory Library, Applied Physics Laboratory, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington,
DC and Bologna, Italy. Figures exclude the School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China and the JHU Campus in
1 Change in volumes held 6/30/06 is a result of our APL library’s recalculation which was based on an actual bibliographic count of
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,677,642.
Includes Regent Center Library, Edwards Campus (Overland Park, Kansas). Excludes University of Kansas School of Medicine
Farha Library in Wichita, Kansas.