130 · ARL Statistics 2006–2007
Includes the ARCC, Business, Education, Law, Music, The D.B. Weldon (Arts & Humanities, Social Science, Information and Media
Studies), and Allyn & Betty Taylor (Engineering, Health Sciences, Medicine & Dentistry, and Science) libraries.
1 Includes 345,374 e books.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,310,325. The last of the Western Libraries has moved from a manual count to a fully
automated count. The 2005-06 count was adjusted to accommodate a large discrepancy between the manual and automated counts
for that library.
2 Includes 64,503 e books purchased.
11 London Free Press Negative Collection.
12-13 Count includes Music Library only.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $2,260,546; (15b) $9,381,613; (15c) NA/UA; (15d) $0; (15) $11,642,159; (16)
$117,695; (17a) $4,261,931; (17b) $3,895,483; (17c) $326,241; (17) $8,483,655; (19) $1,013,672; (20) $21,257,181; (21) $67,216; (22)
$6,937,203; (23a) $150,000; (23b) $0; (24) $280,348; (25) $0.
Includes the following libraries: Memorial, Archives, Special Collections, Kohler Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, College,
Geography, Geology and Geophysics, Keene Math, Mills Music, Physics, Social Science, Social Work, Steenbock Agriculture and
Life Sciences, Wendt Engineering, Wisconsin Historical Society, Robinson Map, Center for Instructional Media, Primate, School of
Library and Information Science, Law, and Ebling Health Science.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 7,828,636. Adjusted entry from previous year subtracted 186,455 e-books previously recorded.
4 Does not include an additional 7,133 titles which may or may not be unique.
4ai-4aii Includes serials purchased and received but not purchased unable to separate the counts.
4bi-4bii Numbers reflect Historical Society collection only.
Includes the following libraries: Art & Architecture Library, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Chemistry Library, Classics
Library, Cross Campus Library, Divinity School Library, Drama Library, Engineering & Applied Science Library, Epidemiology &
Public Health Library, Forestry & Environmental Studies Library, Geology Library, Kline Science Library, Lewis Walpole Library,
Library Shelving Facility, Mathematics Library, Medical Library [Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library], Mudd
Library [Seeley G. Mudd Library], Music Library [Irving S. Gilmore Music Library], Nursing Library & Information Resources,
Social Sciences Libraries & Information Services, Sterling Memorial Library, Statistics Library.
For details describing libraries at Yale see: http://www.library.yale.edu/assessment/stats/officialYULcount.doc. The Law Library
is included except as noted.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 12,032,523. Added 6,828 volumes to figure reported in 2005-06 as number of aggregated e
8 Note: Since 2002-03 we note the number added only in the notes field. Count of computer files added in 2006-07 is ( 207); we are not
reporting cumulative figures
27 Note: two libraries were closed for academic year due to renovation.
32-33 Does not include Law Library activities. Yale University Library figures include reserve circulations since we are unable to exclude
34-35 These include Law Library activity.
36 This is the doctoral degrees taken from the IPEDS Survey of Degrees granted. First professional degrees are not included.
37 First Professional fields not included.
38 Number is full time ladder faculty at the University.
All figures are as of 04/30/2007.
Includes the Scott Library, Bronfman Business Library, Steacie Science and Engineering Library, Frost Library (Glendon college),
Osgoode Law School Library.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 2,697,480. 2005-06 figures did not include e books: 171,156. These were not necessarily all
added this year but need to be included in the overall figure.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $2,131,807; (15b) $7,535,079; (15c) $179,067; (15d) $93,855; (15) $9,939,808; (16)
$156,918; (17a) $5,211,828; (17b) $4,869,674; (17c) $1,199,787; (17) $11,281,289; (19) $1,900,967; (20) $23,278,982; (21) $950,378; (22)
$3,738,606; (23a) $248,168; (23b) NA/UA; (24) $314,009; (25) $23,467.