146 · ARL Statistics 2009–2010
NORTH CAROLINA, cont.
18 Includes 15.6 FTE professionals and support staff on special grant funds; 2.1 FTE on special projects. Excludes 3.25 FTE paid from funds
contributed by Duke, North Carolina State, and North Carolina Central Universities for support of the Triangle Research Libraries
21 Includes $6,310,622 in grants, trust and other special funds (without benefits); excludes $328,959 in expenditures for the Triangle
Research Libraries Network from funds contributed by Duke, North Carolina State, and North Carolina Central Universities.
22 Increase reflects purchases made using one-time funding.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Library branches included: Design, Natural Resources, Textiles, Veterinary Medical (branches); African-American Cultural Center
Reading Room and College of Education Media Center.
1 Includes 420,980 e-books.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 4,258,190. Added 100,000 to 2008-2009 figure for the China Conference Proceedings (Eastview).
1.b.ii Fewer serials and monographs withdrawals.
3 Includes 2,817 e-books; expenditures for monographs up slightly from 2008-2009.
5.a Adjustments due to change in methodology; figures for 2009-2010 based on actual count.
16.a, 16.b Some monographic titles are paid from serials funds included in 16b.
16.c Increase due to one-time purchases.
16.d Decrease due to reductions in most of the items included in this category. Includes Bibliographic Utilities ($280,516), Document Delivery
($111,619), and Association memberships ($184,028).
17 Increase due to a combination of one-time expenditures and being at full strength in staffing levels.
18.c Decrease due to budget cuts.
22 Increase due to one-time purchases.
23 Increase due to one-time purchases and conversion to electronic subscriptions.
26 Decrease due to budget reduction implemented at end of fiscal year.
30 Website and subject liaisons promote this service; also improved collection of statistics related to the number of presentations.
33 Discovery tools have improved making it easier to find local resources; Learning Commons continues to draw students into the facility;
budget reduction implemented at end of fiscal year.
All figures are as of 08/31/2010.
Library branches included: Main, Deering, Mudd, Schaffner and Math Library in Main Library statistics.
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
Library branches NOT included: Qatar Library.
5.b Law and Health sciences not reporting.
7 Does not include Health Sciences.
38 Figure reflects the PHD fields in which degrees were awarded; not the number of possible fields.
Library branches included: The Hesburgh Libraries (Main) include: Architecture Library, Art Image Library, Business Information
Center, Chemistry/Physics Library, Engineering Library, Kellogg/Kroc Information Center, and Mathematics Library. In addition the
Kresge Law Library and University Archives have been reported. [Main Library].
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 3,588,264. During 2009-2010, 119,263 additional e-books were cataloged that were purchased in
prior years. These have been added to the beginning volumes figure. [Main Library]