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BRIGHAM YOUNG, cont.
1.b The large percentage increase in volume count is due to a significant dollar carryover of funds from 2008 which were expended in 2009.
These one-time expenditures were directed primarily to electronic book and journal collections.
16, 21 Several million dollars were encumbered in 2008-2009 and were carried over into 2009-2010, resulting in an unusually high expenditure
year. Expenditure figures for 2009 do not reflect a typical materials expenditure year.
23 Since a high percentage of acquisitions made during the year were carryover dollars, this category portrays a one-time spike in
All figures are as of 03/31/2010.
Library branches included: Applied Sciences Reading Room, Archaeology Reading Room, Architecture Reading Room, Art +
Architecture + Planning library, Art History Visual Resources Centre, Asian Library, Biomedical Branch Library, Botanical Gardens
Reading Room, Coolie Verner Reading Room, Crane Library, David Lam Library, Education Library, Geographic Information Centre,
Hamber Library, ICICS/Computer Science Reading Room, Music Library, Okanagan Library, Rare Books & Special Collections, Regent
College John Richard Allison Library, Robson Square Library, Science & Engineering Division, St. Mark’s College Library, St. Paul’s
Hospital Library, TRIUMF Library, University Archives, Vancouver School of Theology Library, Woodward Library, and Xwi7xwa
Library (First Nations House of Learning).
Data from the Law Library are also included in the figures reported. The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre continues to expand its
services. UBC Okanagan campus continues to grow. Library processing and library systems staff relocated to Woodward and IKBLC.
Digitization projects accelerated. Some storage materials from LPC Storage were located to an off-site storage center. The Teaching &
Learning program continued to grow. The GIS service was launched.
1.b.ii Decrease due to reading room closures.
5.a.i Increase due to better data from aggregators.
5.a.ii Decrease due to continuing transition to online.
9 Increase due to addition of data sets (files).
12 Museum of Anthropology Library and Archives reopened in 2010 after construction.
14 Decrease due to AHVRC withdrawals.
16-26 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (16a) $4,160,954; (16b) $12,064,802; (16c) $56,083; (16d) $758,518; (16) $17,040,357; (17)
$110,195; (18a) $10,533,023; (18b) $7,282,075; (18c) $1,356,617; (18) $19,171,715; (20) $4,762,895; (21) $41,085,162; (22) $149,172; (23) $9,863,485;
(24a) $674,558; (24b) $758,518; (25) $1,022,282; (26) $486,992.
16.b Some serial expenditures were made in 2008-2009, with receipt of titles starting in 2009-2010. Therefore, the count of serial titles
increased while serial expenditures decreased.
18, 18.a Increase due to new services, salary increases, and added professional staff.
18, 18.c Major projects (inventory, LPC move, T&L, digitization), co-op students, and work study subsidy increased.
26 Decrease due to less borrowing from CISTI, lower costs, and lower demand during 2-week period of Olympics.
27.c Increase due to several big projects and subsidy for work study.
43 Decrease due to shift from part time to full time students.
Library branches included: Includes Rockefeller Library, Sciences Library, John Hay Library, Orwig Music Library, Art Slide Library,
Library Collections Annex, John Carter Brown Library.
Data from the Medical Library are also included in the figures reported. Medical library statistics cannot be disaggregated from the
main because the medical collection is an integral part of the Sciences Library.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 4,119,282, which reflects the addition of 183,008 Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)
16.a Includes one-time expenditure for Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) e-books collection and records.