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BRITISH COLUMBIA, cont.
18.b Increase due to contractual salary increases and reclassifications to higher scale as a result of a benchmarking reclassification
18.c Increase due to general increases in salary and coop positions.
20 Includes new computers, software, and furniture in IKBLC. Also includes new funding for purchasing hardware/software
for digital initiatives.
21 See footnotes for questions 16.a-16.d, 18.a-18.c, and Q20.
22 One-time electronic resource purchases figure includes expenditures for e-book collections and backfiles.
23 Ongoing electronic resource purchases figure includes expenditures for ongoing serials, fulltext collections, and annual
license fees for e-books.
24.a Increased expenditures: database “walk”, added Table of Contents to the catalogue, and added Marc records for e-books.
24.b Figure includes CRKN external funding.
25 Increase due to additional equipment/software for digital initiatives and additional computers in Irving K. Barber Learning
26 Decrease due to access to more e-resources.
27.a Includes librarians and other professional staff at UBC Vancouver, UBC Okanagan, and reading rooms/affiliated libraries.
28 Excludes reading rooms/affiliated libraries.
39 2008-2009 figures were reported for November 2008, instead of November 2007.
Library branches included: Rockefeller Library, Sciences Library, John Hay Library, Orwig Music Library, Art Slide Library,
Library Collections Annex, and the John Carter Brown Library.
Medical Library statistics cannot be disaggregated from the main because the medical collection is an integral part of the
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 3,862,067. Volumes held June 30, 2008 reflect the addition of 36,654 e-books.
16.a 2007-2008 figure corrected from $1,934,956 to $1,848,033 (see also “Other library materials”).
16.c 2007-2008 figure corrected from $329,890 to $416,813 (see also “Monographs”).
26 2007-2008 figure corrected from $169,296 to $184,223.
32 Up through the 2007-2008 fiscal year, BUL based count of reference questions on sampling technique of the Rockefeller,
Sciences, and JCB libraries only, and included both reference and directional transactions. Beginning with the 2008-2009
fiscal year, BUL changed to direct counts of reference activity only (consistent with the ARL definition) and included all
41, 43 Increase due to the normal fluctuation in part-time students enrolled.
All figures are as of 03/31/2009.
Library branches included: Health Sciences Library and Law Library.
The fiscal year being reported is April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2009.
1 Holdings include 334,513 e-books and 136,209 volumes that are part of Eighteenth Century Collections Online.
3 Includes e-book purchases.
8 All government documents are integrated into other counts.