136 · ARL Statistics 2007–2008
TEXAS, cont.
30 Includes users of online tutorials.
36 Does not include EdD degrees.
All figures are as of 08/31/2008.
Library branches included: Sterling C. Evans Library, Library Annex, Cushing Memorial Library, West Campus Library, Policy
Sciences and Economics Library, Medical Sciences Library, Technical Reference Center (Architecture Library), Jack K. Williams
Library (Galveston), Texas A&M University at Qatar Library.
1bi Increase reflects correction in volume count over the past years (prior to 2007–2008). Have new computer algorithm for counting
volumes that indicated previous years were under-reported.
2 Decrease in “Numbers of monographs Purchased” result of not purchasing as many e-books as in previous 2 years (2005–
4 Change in serials reported reflects change in programming algorithm used to count the various categories of purchased and not
purchased serials. New algorithm reflects better identification and coding of unique serial titles.
4biv Government Documents are reflected in freely accessible figure.
12 Increase in Audio materials reflects new commitment to acquiring materials in this formal. Growth for 2007–2008 is approximately
the same as growth between 2006–2007 and 2005–2006.
All figures are as of 08/31/2008.
Library branches included: Architecture Library, Museum Library, Geosciences Library, Vietnam Archives Library, Southwest
Collections/Special Collections Library, Harrington Library Texas Tech University Health Science Center (TTUHSC)/Amarillo,
Montes-Gallo Library of the Health Sciences TTUHSC/El Paso, Library of the Health Sciences TTUHSC/Odessa, Preston Smith
HSC Library, and the Law Library.
All figures are as of 04/30/2008.
Includes the Main Libraries, Campus and Federated & Affiliated Libraries: Architecture, Astronomy, Business, Chemistry,
Criminology, Dentistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering & Computer Sciences, Fine Art, Industrial Relations, Information Studies
Forum, Innis College, Knox College, Law, Massey, Music, New College, Physics, Inst. of Policy Analysis, Regis College, Royal
Ontario Museum, St. Augustine Seminary, St. Michael’s College, Trinity College, University College, U of Toronto Schools, Victoria
College. Branch Campuses libraries include the U of Toronto- Mississauga, and U of Toronto-Scarborough. Hospital Libraries:
Baycrest, Bloorview Kids Rehab, Mt. Sinai Hospital, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto Rehab.
1a Volumes held 30 June 2007 revised to 10,953,627. This is to account for e-books not counted in 2006–2007.
4a There was an error in de-duping serials in 2006–2007.
15-25 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (15a) $8,433,993; (15b) $11,609,207; (15c) $6,040,015; (15d) $0; (15) $26,083,215; (16)
$318,976; (17a) $15,503,557; (17b) $16,472,975; (17c) $4,045,115; (17) $36,021,647; (19) $6,419,062; (20) $68,842,900; (21) $1,735,232; (22)
$7,641,745; (23a) $727,318; (23b) $0; (24) $1,993,548; (25) $98,680.
27 Number of service points reported in 2006–2007 was inaccurate.
Included: Turchin Business Library and the Nadine Vorhoff Library for the Newcomb Center for Research on Women.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 3,146,953.
1 Includes 460,617 e-books held by library system.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2007 revised to 3,393,519. Total includes 81,854 electronic books purchased during 2007–2008.
1bi Per ARL instructions, removed 81,854 e-books purchased during the year (2007–2008) and added them to the total in (1a).
Library branches included: Alderman (main), Astronomy, Biology/Psychology, Brown Science & Engineering, Chemistry, Clemons
Undergraduate, Education, Fiske Kimball Fine Arts, Math, Music, Physics, and Small Special Collections.
1 Includes 348,171 e-books. The Darden Graduate Business Library does not own e-books.
1bi 7,636 e-books added.
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