150 · ARL Statistics 2009–2010
PENNSYLVANIA STATE, cont.
41 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: 9,541 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 9,878 (Fall 2008).
42 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: 5,549 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 5,555 (Fall 2008).
43 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: 3,328 (Fall 2009) and 2008-2009: 3,427 (Fall 2008).
Library branches included: Totals above include totals from all University Library System Libraries, Regional campus libraries which
are part of the ULS, Health Sciences Library System, and Law Library of the University of Pittsburgh.
39 Last year we reported both full and part time instructional faculty. This year only full time instructional faculty were counted.
Library branches included: East Asian Library, Marquand Art Library, Mendel Music Library, Stokes Library, Plasma Physics Library,
Psychology Library, Lewis Science Library, Mudd Archives, Engineering Library, Architecture Library.
10 Count now includes Rare Books Special Collections manuscripts in addition to Mudd archives.
22 This does not reflect a major change in behavior, but rather a change in how we record subscription and backfile purchases.
26 Includes $42,000 payment to Borrow Direct Partnership Systems; five times the amount in 2007 and 2008.
28 Science Libraries were consolidated into Lewis Library.
Library branches included: Includes the library system on the West Lafayette campus, consisting of 11 subject-oriented libraries, an
undergraduate library, and a special collections research center.
1 Volumes held June 30, 2010, includes cataloged government documents. Includes e-books: ASM handbooks (26), Cognet (38), Credo
Reference (96), EEBO (125,000), ECCO (150,000), EngNet Base (124), Gale Virtual Reference (59), ACLS Humanities EBooks (559), Knovel
Online (424), Springer (5624), WorldBank eLibrary (1638), and others.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 2,579,142. Reflects addition of titles in e-book packages added to the collection during 2009-2010
3 Decrease reflects 2009-2010 drop in monograph allocations due to overall materials budget review.
5 Increase reflects more accurate reporting.
5.b Total for question 5 cannot be disaggregated for question 5b.i, question 5b.ii, question 5b.iii, and question 5b.iv. Includes cataloged
depository, exchange, gift serials, and e-journals received through statewide consortium.
12 Decrease reflects more accurate records for graphic resources.
13 Increase reflects increased collection development in sound recordings.
16.a Decrease in expenditures reflects fewer monograph purchases due to materials budget restructuring.
16.c Decrease reflects both more accurate tracking of resources and a major review of on-going resources resulting in some cancellations.
16.d Additional payments were made in 2008-2009. In addition, Libraries paid $30,000 for ContentDM in 2008-2009 and did not have to pay
that in 2009-2010. The decrease from 2008-2009 is a result of some 2007-2008 expenses paid in 2008-2009 and a one-time purchase of
17 Decrease reflects significant reduction in binding due to current policy to bind only selected print-only journals.
20 Decrease is due to the reduction in operating budget.
22 Includes large one-time purchases through CIC consortium and journal backfiles.
24.a Decrease largely due to inclusion in 2008-2009 of several delayed payments from 2007-2008.
30, 31 Increase largely due to opening of innovative learning space in business library, with related increase in number of classes taught, and
to growing number of programs presented by instructional outreach librarian.
32 Includes 5,540 reference transactions via digital reference service.