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37-43 Total for university is reported under University Library. [Darden Graduate Business Library]
Library branches included: Includes Art and Architecture, Newman Library, Northern Virginia Campus and Vet Med.
1 Excludes Maps, Microform, and nonprint. Includes books, bound journals, government documents and e-books.
5.b.ii Increase over 2008-2009 added free online journals not included last year.
Library branches included: Includes UW Seattle (“Main”, Health Sciences, Law), UW Bothell and UW Tacoma libraries.
1 Volumes held 2009-2010 includes 469,807 e-books.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 6,996,202. Count is now provided by automated system.
3 Decrease in monographs purchased is due to decrease in monographs acquisitions budget.
9 Increase in number of computer files comes from automated system count.
14 Much of the increase in film and video count is due to automated system count.
16 Acquisitions budget reduced by more than 10%.
17 Binding budget reduced by nearly 20%.
26 Document delivery/interlibrary loan expenditures now show just direct expenditures.
35, 36 Some of the decrease is due to changes in load leveling software by regional consortium.
Library branches included: Includes WSU-Vancouver, WSU-Tri-Cities, WSU Energy Library, and WSU Riverpoint Campus Library.
5 Increase is due partly to new electronic acquisitions and partly to improved record-keeping for electronic serials.
9 Figures reported in previous years included only branch libraries.
32 The actual count of reference transactions appears to be inaccurate. The reported figure is estimated from the 2008-2009 reported figure.
35, 36 Figures reported for 2008-2009 and earlier years did not include all intra-consortial lending.
Library branches included: Art &Architecture, Business, Chemistry, East Asian, Earth Sciences, Music, Physics, Social Work.
Data from the Law and Health Sciences Library are also included in the figures reported.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 4,294,755. Figure revised to include 67,657 e-books in collections and packages per instructions.
9 This number is primarily a title count rather than a piece count. The piece count would have to be done manually in each departmental
library, whereas the title count is already recorded in one of the library’s statistical reports. The exception is that CD-ROM discs
accompanying books is still a piece count.
16.d Bibliographic utilities and some other electronic expenditures were included with electronic resources rather than separately reported
as in previous years for both the Central and Medical Libraries. It is becoming more difficult to determine which of these electronic
expenditures really fit into this category especially payments for memberships that also provide electronic access.
20 Includes fringe benefits for Main Library.
24.b Law Library reported 20,512 expenditures from external sources for 2009-2010. They have not provided figures in this category in the
All figures are as of 04/30/2010.
1.a Volumes held June 30, 2009 revised to 2,335,290. Adjusted to include 24,689 bulk-load records.
1.b.i Adjusted to exclude 24,689 bulk-load records. Spending freeze in 2008-2009 was lifted in April 2009.
3, 16.a A spending freeze in 2008-2009 was lifted in April 2009.
16.d Includes taxes, shipping, evaluations, ScholarsPortal and e-reserves.
16-26 (16a) $1,325,174 (16b) $5,381,145 (16c) $375,549 (16d) $362,817 (16) $7,444,685 (17) $46,504 (18a) $3,001,625 (18b) $3,751,387 (18c) $842,781
(18) $7,595,793 (20) $1,250,383 (21) $16,337,365 (22) $375,549 (23) $4,184,706 (24a) $13,635 (24b) $0 (25) $575,139 (26) $42,292.
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