146 · ARL Statistics 2009–2010
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.
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.
1, 1.b,
1.b.i, 3
Includes e-books.
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]
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