116 · ARL Statistics 2008–2009
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CALGARY, cont.
16-26 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (16a) $3,537,274; (16b) $8,636,092; (16c) $630,709; (16d) $949,860; (16) $13,753,935;
(17) $87,271; (18a) $6,172,855; (18b) $7,804,344; (18c) $667,751; (18) $14,644,950; (20) $1,283,056; (21) $29,769,212; (22) $921,988; (23)
$6,921,974; (24a) $284,891; (24b) $307,867; (25) $401,260; (26) $122,163.
29 Information Commons is open 24/7 during session.
CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
Data from the Law Library and from Affiliated Libraries are included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 10,884,802 which includes 9,233,669 volumes from the Main Library, 693,983 volumes
from the Law Library, and 957,150 volumes from Affiliated Libraries.
CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
Library branches included: Shields Library, Physical Science and Engineering Library.
Data from the Law Library and the Health Science Libraries are included in the figures reported.
1 Includes 393,564 e-books previously unreported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 4,074,855 which includes 3,406,958 volumes from the Main Library, 297,061 volumes
from the Law Library, and 370,836 volumes from the two Health Science Libraries. Figure includes 393,564 e-books
previously unreported.
5 Reflects the 2009 change in methodology for counting serials titles by the California Digital Library from catalog-based to
SFX-based. See http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/planning/stats/index.html
5.a, 5.b Figure reflects corrected counting mechanism.
14 Increase due to the transfer of a large collection to the library from another department.
16.b No longer separating Other and Miscellaneous.
18.c, 27.c Decrease due to budget reduction.
27.b Decrease due to decision to deliberately leave positions unfilled.
41, 43 Figure reflects corrected information from Student Affairs Research and Information office.
CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
Data from the Health Science Library are also included in the figures reported.
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
Data from the Law and Biomedical Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 8,926,378 which includes 7,695,647 volumes from the Main Library, 565,343 volumes
from the Law Library, and 665,388 volumes from the Biomedical Library. Figure adjusted to include 532,468 e-books.
5 Data includes all units; Law and Health Sciences. 2007-2008 figure included subscriptions. 2008-2009 figure is unique titles
only.
25 Decreased computer expenditures due to a reduction in computer hardware purchases. There was a much smaller decrease
in computer software expenditures, partly offset by increased expenditures for computer maintenance. Computer hardware
expenditures decreased partly due to a decision to increase the length of the workstation replacement cycle.
CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 2,908,583. UCR Libraries have not previously reported e-books that were already
included in the catalog. This figure includes 380,976 e-books, listed as follows: UC System-wide Tier 1 e-books = 359,105;
Local Tier 2 e-books: 18,103; University of California Press eScholarship editions: 1,845.
1.b.ii This figure includes only the volumes withdrawn and discarded, not those volumes withdrawn in lieu of deposit in the UC
Southern Regional Depository which supports the libraries of all of the southern UC campuses.
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