134 · ARL Statistics 2009–2010
HOWARD, cont.
27 This figure reflects the impact of the departure of salaried personnel who elected to participate in the Voluntary Separation and
Incentive Retirement Program on June 30, 2009. The staff size and, concomitantly, the salaries plummeted.
Library branches included: Library branches included: Richard J. Daley Library and Science Library.
Data from the Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 2,424,306.
4 Count is physical &bibliographic.
16 Overall, our budget decreased in 2009-2010, and we reduced our spending on library materials.
21 The Total Library Materials figure for 2008-2009 is incorrect, and the 2009-2010 figure seems anomalous by comparison. Total Library
Materials as of June 30, 2009 revised to $18,574,800, which includes $13,699,423 for the Richard J. Daley Library. These revised figures
yield an actual percent change of -5.0%, rather than -14.4%.
22 The increase in one-time electronic resource purchases is due to a student fee instituted by the university instituted in fall 2008 that
enables the library to purchase electronic resources specifically requested by students.
23 The increase in ongoing electronic resource purchase expenditures reflects a more accurate tabulation than reported in the 2008-2009
statistics. The 2009-2010 figure is a more accurate representation of these expenditures.
Data from the Law Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 12,906,931. Includes records for 126,894 items added to the recorded collection for the first time as
the result of ongoing retrospective processing projects.
16.c Significant increases in 2009-2010 expenditures for back issues, microform periodicals, and media acquisitions.
16.d Includes: Postage/freight ($165,123) handling ($35,973) fuel surcharge ($504) ILL ($3,435) copyright fees ($28,257) memberships
($85,064) preservation services ($112,302) MARC records ($114,252) equipment ($201).
18.a Includes academic staff ($9,960,923) and Graduate Assistants ($1,132,163).
18.c Change in accounting system now allows accurate inclusion of graduate hourly wage expenditures.
25 Includes hardware ($394,281) and software ($71,718).
27.a Includes 37 FTE Graduate Assistants.
27.c Includes graduate hourly students (45 FTE) and undergraduate student assistants (66 FTE).
Library branches included: The IUB Libraries survey includes Indiana University Bloomington University Libraries: Black Culture
Center Business/SPEA Chemistry Education Fine Arts Geosciences Health, Physical Education and Recreation Herman B Wells
Library Life Sciences Music Optometry and Swain Lilly Rare Books Library, University Archives and Wylie House Museum and
other Bloomington campus libraries: Archives of African American Music and Culture, Archives of Traditional Music, CeDir, GBLT,
Kinsey Institute, Law, Residence Halls, and Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis.
Library branches NOT included: Ruth Lilly Medical Library, IU Campus Libraries in Indianapolis (including professional schools), Fort
Wayne, Gary (Northwest), Kokomo, New Albany (Southeast), Richmond (East) and South Bend.
Data from the Law Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 8,557,906. 110,126 e-book collection titles from the following sources were added to our 2008-2009
holdings: Individual Collections Titles -Congressional Hearings: 44,713 Congressional Hearings Serials Set (monographs): 17,332
ECCO: 46,577 US Depository Ebooks (SuDocs) 1,504. New e-books included in current year added volumes.
5, 5.b.ii Increase due primarily to turning on numerous free and open access e-journals in Serials Solutions.
7 Branch library downsized and withdrew numerous microforms.
8 Uncataloged government documents counted here.
10 Report reflects correction.
14 Film collections were donated this year we added numbers of film holdings in storage.
16.c Expenditure approximate as Miscellaneous library materials moved from Other Library Materials.
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