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Library branches included: Library branches include: Harrington Library TTUHSC - Amarillo, Montes-Gallo Library of the
Health Sciences TTUHSC-El Paso, Library of the Health Sciences TTUHSC-Odessa, Preston Smith HSC Library Lubbock,
Architecture Library, Museum Library, Geosciences Library, Vietnam Archives Library, Southwest Collections/Special
Collections Library.
Data from the Law Library and the Health Sciences Libraries are also included.
1.a Volumes held revised to 2,625,804 which includes 2,104,341 volumes from the Main Library, 211,538 volumes from the Law
Library, and 309,925 volumes from the Health Sciences Libraries. Increase from previous year due to correction of holdings at
the Vietnam Library.
TORONTO
All figures are as of 04/30/2009.
Library branches included: 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 T Schools, Victoria College. Branch Campuses libraries include: the U of T Mississauga, and U of T
Scarborough. Hospital Libraries include: Baycrest, Bloorview Kids Rehab, Mt. Sinai Hospital, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto
Rehab.
1 Includes monographic series and government documents, as well as 196,627 new e-books.
5.a There is an increase in the number of electronic serials, but our title deduping procedures in 2007-2008 were not accurate.
29 U of T Scarborough now open 24 hours on weekends.
16-26 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (16a) $8,604,228; (16b) $12,603,285; (16c) $5,988,061; (16d) $0; (16) $27,195,574; (17)
$360,254; (18a) $16,412,874; (18b) $16,253,345; (18c) $4,685,293; (18) $37,351,512; (20) $5,801,026; (21) $70,708,366; (22) $1,435,220;
(23) $11,918,185; (24a) $0; (24b) $0; (25) $3,583,214; (26) $145,240.
32 2007-2008 figure was incorrectly reported. Should have been 312,933.
TULANE
Library branches included: Turchin Business Library and Nadine Vorhoff Library at the Newcomb Women’s Center.
Data from the Law and Medical Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 3,891,843 which includes 3,417,665 volumes from the Main Library, 315,830 volumes
from the Law Library, and 158,348 volumes from the Medical Library. Figure for the Main Library was revised to 3,417,665.
1.b Includes 601,476 e-books
1.b.i Volumes added gross is an estimate. Excludes large one-time collection that was purchased to replenish volumes lost after
hurricane Katrina.
3 Includes 601,476 e-books. The large number of monographic volumes purchased is related to huge purchases of e-books to
replace a portion of the materials destroyed as a result of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Over 400,000 volumes were withdrawn
in 2005-2006, and delays in insurance settlements pushed off replacement until now.
UTAH
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2008 revised to 3,367,811, which includes 2,923,838 volumes from the Main Library, 244,730 volumes
from the Law Library, and 199,243 volumes from the Health Sciences Library.
1.b.ii Increase due to the continual withdrawal of duplicate copies.
5 Serial title counts and expenditures reflect a shift from print to electronic.
23 Reflects increased purchase of electronic access to material.
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