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OKLAHOMA STATE, cont.
5.b, 5.b.i Large increase is due to new statewide consortial subscriptions to three very large resources.
5.b, 5.b.ii Large increase is due to selection of much larger number of OA collections selected in Serials Solutions and overall growth in OA titles
available.
5.b.iv Docs titles reported last year were print only; this year’s figure includes print and electronic.
33, 34 We have no way to exclude reserves from this number.
OREGON
Library branches included: Knight (main) Library; Architecture & Allied Arts Library; Math Library; Science Library; Jaqua Law
Library; Rippey Library at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology; UO Portland Library & Learning Commons.
5 This number increased due to the increase in freely accessible electronic titles, as well as the number of purchased electronic titles now
linked in our catalog.
26 Now includes postage costs since we can gather that information.
OTTAWA
All figures are as of 04/30/2010.
Library branches included: Law and Health Sciences.
16-26 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (16a) $4,337,060; (16b) $7,461,859; (16c) $256,394; (16d) $0; (16) $12,055,313; (17) $124,669;
(18a) $3,881,097; (18b) $5,571,273; (18c) $324,970; (18) $9,777,340; (20) $2,122,414; (21) $24,079,736; (22) $0; (23) $5,374,445; (24a) $0; (24b) $0; (25)
$310,189; (26) $0.
PENNSYLVANIA
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.b.i Larger than normal increase reflects the addition of 128,250 e-books.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE
Library branches included: Survey includes all University Park Libraries, as well as, the Campus Libraries. Campus Library locations
are as follows: Abington, Altoona, Behrend, Berks, Beaver, Capital, Brandywine, DuBois, Fayette, Great Valley, Hazleton, Lehigh Valley,
Mont Alto, McKeesport, New Kensington, Schuylkill, Shenango Valley, Wilkes-Barre, Worthington-Scranton, and York.
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 5,338,090.
1.b.i Increase is largely due to the loading of approx. 65,000 e-books during 2009-2010. The 2008-2009 volumes added number did not include
e-books.
1.b.ii The increase in volumes withdrawn is due to a combination of several major clean-up projects in the stacks across the Libraries and to
construction projects during 2009-2010 resulting in withdrawals of duplicates.
7 The Main Library’s 2008-2009 microform count of 3,775,956 included Law microforms resulting in an inflated microform units number.
These also were reported on the Law Survey. This year, the Main Library’s figure for microform units appropriately excludes Law and
Medical microforms.
10 2009-2010 figure includes 9,500 linear feet related to the Inactive Records Center. The Inactive Records Center was not included in the
2008-2009 figure.
12 The University Libraries absorbed the University Photographics Archives when the department was closed during 2009-2010. This
resulted in a 125,000 unit increase when compared to the 2008-2009 figure.
29 Monday - Friday - open 24 hours per day; Saturday - open 10 am to midnight (14 hours); Sunday - open 10 am to midnight (14 hours).
38 When completing the 2008-2009 ARL Survey, we reported the number of fields in which PhDs can be awarded as of Fall 2009. This was
incorrect. The correct figures are 2009-2010: 104 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 103 (Fall 2008).
39 When completing the 2008-2009 ARL Survey, we reported the full-time instructional faculty count as of Fall 2009. This was incorrect.
The correct figures are 2009-2010: 4,725 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 4,631(Fall 2008).
40 When completing the 2008-2009 ARL Survey, we reported the enrollment count as of Fall 2009. This was incorrect. The correct figures
are 2009-2010: 69,779 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 68,660 (Fall 2008).
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