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COLUMBIA, cont.
25 Butler Library has a credit balance for 2007–2008 of $42,757 but system will not accept a credit. The total for Columbia has been
correctly submitted by adjusting other units -- correct totals for Columbia are: Butler $42,757 (credits); Health Sciences $8,609; Law
$25,643; Teachers College $38,541 for a total expenditure of $30,036 (note: subtract Health Sciences, Law and Teachers College from
Butler’s figure to get total expenditure). Barnard’s numbers are included in Butler’s report.
26c Figure for 2006–2007 should have been 16 (Teachers College).
32 2006–2007’s figure included check-ins and check-outs. Check-outs should have been 45,072 (Teachers College).
33 2006–2007’s figure included check-ins and check-outs. Check-outs and renewals should have been 66,173 (Teacher College).
35 All ILL requests initiated by Barnard are handled centrally by Columbia University.
CONNECTICUT
Library branches included: Music, Art, Pharmacy, Avery Point, Waterbury, Stamford, Torrington, Greater Hartford.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 3,964,901.
1b Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 8,030,766. The main library undertook a project to eliminate materials no longer relevant to
the institution’s current curriculum.
1bi–1bii The main library undertook a project to eliminate materials no longer relevant to the institutions current curriculum.
4a–4aii Figures reported for 2006–2007 were incorrect. Methodology for de-duping and counting serial titles was revised according to
ARL “Best Practice Documentation” for 2007–2008. Titles counts now accurately reflect UConn holdings. Ongoing commitment to
convert print subscriptions to online format when feasible.
4b Figures reported for 2006–2007 were incorrect. Methodology for de-duping and counting serial titles was revised according to ARL
“Best Practice Documentation” for 2007–2008, title counts now accurately reflect UConn holdings.
4biii Ongoing commitment to convert print subscriptions to online format when feasible.
16 Less physical materials to bind as a result of an increase in online and digital collections.
17 Slight decrease in FTE being reported for this time period. Fringe benefits are no longer being included in the salary expenditure
figures, this accounts for the decrease in expenditure being reported between 2006–2007 and this reporting period (2007–2008).
17c Slight increase in FTE being reported for this time period. Increase in federal minimum wage scale has had an impact on student
payroll.
19 Increased cost for goods and services for this reporting period (2007–2008).
21 Limited purchasing of electronic backfiles for 2007–2008.
22 Increased emphasis on electronic access to materials.
24 This figure reflects an increase in funding for equipment.
25 Increased expenditure in IMF fees as borrowing requests increase.
30 Library is engaged in an effort to reduce number of participants in each presentation in order to facilitate a more effective learning
environment.
31 The number of users seeking out reference assistance has reduced. The number of library staffed hours at a designated reference
service point have been reduced.
35 Information discovery tools are expanding and improving resulting in our users requesting additional sources, many of which are
esoteric in nature, for their research that are not available from the libraries’ exisiting collections.
39 Figures demonstrate an increase in applications and enrollment.
CORNELL
Library branches included: the Adelson, Africana, Annex, Asia Collections, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Industrial & Labor
Relations, Rare & Manuscript Collections, Law, Management, Mann/Entomology, Mathematics, Music, Olin, Physical Sciences,
Uris, and Veterinary Libraries on the Ithaca campus, and the New York Agricultural Experiment Station Library in Geneva NY.
Excludes the Medical College Library in New York, NY.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 8,030,766. Change in volumes held June 30, 2007 reflects the fact that additional e-books were
counted. Includes all e-books with records in the online catalog.
4 The count was calculated before the 2007–2008 definition was released, following the 2006–2007 definition. This is an estimate only.
8,700 were estimated to be non-current e-tittles. Includes numbered and unnumbered monographic series. Law print count includes
non-serial continuations.
9 Figure is in cubic feet.
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