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26 Increase is due to increased services provided. Thus, copyright fees paid to the publishers increased and invoice charges for borrowing
books and obtaining articles from non-consortia libraries also increased.
27.c Increase due to priority to hire students at lower hourly pay rates (replacing graduating students previously paid at higher hourly pay
rates) and to hire work study-qualified student employees.
28 Increase due to addition of new service desks at UNM West, ZIM Basement, and Virtual Services Desk.
31 UNM enrollment is up this year resulting in larger classes.
32 Increase is directly related to the increase in use of the Virtual Service Desk, or “Ask a Librarian” service. It has been implemented in
the last two years and has allowed the UL to “meet users where they are” thus making it easy for patrons to contact the UL.
35 Total includes items delivered to Sandia Labs Library, Los Alamos National Labs Library, and Western Governor University.
All figures are as of 08/31/2010.
Library branches included: Bobst Library, Institute of Fine Arts (IFA) Library, Real Estate Institute (REI) Library, Courant Institute
of Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) Library, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) Library, Abu Dhabi Libra Law School
Library, Medical School, and Dental School Libraries.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 4,299,231 which includes 698,666 e-books held in 2009-2010, 398 of which were added to the
collection that were not part of an e-book package.
1.b, 1.b.i Fewer e-books added to the collection in 2009-2010 that were not part of a package than in 2008-2009 (e-book packages are not counted
in the volumes added statistic).
5.a, 5.a.i Increase better control over subscriptions and increased focus on e-journals.
5.a, 5.a.ii Decrease less print serials purchased and also deduplication between print and electronic. In addition, the stat has been adjusted from
last year to correctly exclude e-only journals.
5.b, 5.b.ii Decrease from last year due to improved deduplication between free e-journal sources.
5.b, 5.b.iv Decrease from last year after significant weeding in preparation for a consolidation of collections.
16, 18, 21,
Includes Abu Dhabi Library.
17 Increase due to 2009-2010 Special Binding Project.
18.a, 21 Effective 2009-2010, criteria defining professional staff has expanded to include computer experts, budget officers, and human resource
27.a, 27.b Effective 2009-2010, criteria defining professional staff has expanded to include computer experts, budget officers, and human resource
officers. This resulted in an increase in the professional staff and decrease in support staff statistics.
Library branches included: Institute of Marine Sciences Library.
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 6,839,694. Adjusted as follows: University Library added 109,895 e-books purchased in previous
years but cataloged in 2009-2010 (including 108,194 from EEBO e-book collection) and subtracted 10,969 open access volumes and
streaming media titles erroneously included in prior counts.
5.a.i Includes several very large collections purchased this year, including Taylor & Francis backfiles and ProQuest Periodical Archive.
5.a.ii Conducted major serials review in 2009-2010, and changed subscription formats to electronic only in many cases.
5.b.i Deduped counts this year as result of improved procedures.
5.b.ii Increased this year due to increased selector identification of open access collections.
16.b Increase reflects more accurate counting methodology that recategorizes expenditures between “Current Serials”, “Materials”, and
“Other Library Materials.”
16.c Decrease reflects more accurate counting methodology that recategorizes expenditures between “Current Serials”, “Materials”, and
“Other Library Materials.”
16.d Includes payments for CRL memberships.