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BRITISH COLUMBIA, cont.
4ai Cannot provide “received but not purchased” serials information.
4aii Print serials: decrease in subscriptions (reflects Transition to Online program); serial titles are de-duped.
8 Increase in numeric datafiles; e-databases.
11 Graphic materials increased because of gifts to University Archives and Art History Visual RC collections.
13 Film/video materials increased because of gifts to University Archives and Art History Visual RC collections.
15–25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $3,329,815; (15b) $10,509,335; (15c) $841,156; (15d) $387,589; (15) $15,067,895; (16)
$137,000; (17a) $8,585,798; (17b) $6,739,533; (17c) $842,870; (17) $16,168,201; (19) $3,995,503; (20) $35,368,599; (21) $178,426; (22) $7,547,413;
(23a) $345,394; (23b) $0; (24) $327,019; (25) $144,007.
15a Amount decrease because of reallocation to serials.
15b Decreased due to transition to online program (print cancellations) and prepayments in 2006–2007.
16 Decreased serial binding because of the “Transition to Online” program for serials.
17b There were no signing bonus expenditures for support staff in 2007–2008.
17c Salaries for student assistants: rose because of increased staff at UBC Okanagan campus; increase in cooperative education
programs and increase in services for the opening of the new Barber Learning Centre.
19 Includes additional expenditures for opening of new Barber Learning Centre.
20 Total library expenditures show decrease in budget. See footnotes for (15) and (17b).
21 One time computer files purchase figure includes expenditures for e-books.
25 Decreases in Document Delivery/ILL expenditures because of consortial agreements and increased online access.
26b Increase in support staff at UBC Okanagan.
26c Increase in student assistant staff because of cooperative education programs, UBC Okanagan, and the opening of the Barber
27 Closed 2 branches: MacMillan and Math branches.
42 UBC Okanagan growth continuing in graduate students.
Library branches included: Rockefeller Library, Sciences Library, John Hay Library, Orwig Music Library, Art Slide Library, Library
Collections Annex, John Carter Brown Library.
Medical library statistics cannot be disaggregated from the main because the medical collection is an integral part of the Sciences
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 3,742,950.
4a Increase represents upgrade in electronic resources (e.g., Business Source Complete), changes to aggregate resources, and the
purchase of individual new journal titles.
15a Increase represents primarily changes in JCB purchases.
16 Decrease due to stopping the binding of shelf-ready receipts.
32 Corrected 2006–2007 figure: 198,849. Corrected 2005–2006 figure: 221,448.
33 Corrected 2006–2007 figure: 301,692. Corrected 2005–2006 figure: 302,892.
40–42 Normal fluctuation in part-time students enrolled.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 10,897,766. This total includes Tier 1 e-book volumes purchased collectively with University
of California Partner Libraries: 473,819 (Tier 1: Acta Sanctorum, Literature Online, Oxford Scholarship Online, Early English books
Online, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Safari Tech Books, Schillers Werke). Additionally, the Berkeley campus e-book
volumes total 73,857 (Tier 3: ebrary and netLibrary selections, World Bank E Library, Humanities/History E Books Project, Oxford
Scholarship Online Special Subjects, Congressional Hearings Retrospective A). The Berkeley campus has independently acquired
113, 396 e-book volumes (ebrary selections, netLibrary selections, World Ban Elibrary, Humanities/History E Books Project, Oxford
Scholarship Online Special Subjects, Congressional Hearing Retrospective A).