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11 Fringe benefits components: Retirement or pension, Group Life & Disability Insurance, Workers
Compensation, Unemployment insurance, Social Security, Medicare, Tuition component for grad
assistants, Accrued Vacation payout on termination.
13.c As with expenditure in this category, reflects changes in organization and work.
14 Reflects changes in demand for services and strategic programmatic shifts in service portfolios for
professional librarians.
15 Reflects changes in demand for services and use of technology to deliver integrated instruction.
16 Drop in reference statistics due to under reporting caused by staffing changes and service point
consolidations at our busiest libraries.
17 More e-books are being purchased, with many selectors opting for e-preferred approval plans. These are
accessed directly by patrons without a “checkout” being registered in our ILS.
22 Change in reported number reflects double counting in previous two years.
Library branches included: Math Library, University Archives, Engineering Library, Geology Library,
Journalism Library, Veterinary Medical Library, Health Sciences Library, and University of Missouri
Libraries Depository.
1–2 In FY12 the Titles Held and Volumes Held were compiled by alternative means which were found to be
20 MU Libraries doesn’t subscribe to a federated search service.
All figures are as of 04/30/2013 [Bibliothèques UdeM, École Polytechnique de Montréal, and HEC
Environmental Development, Botany, Chemistry, Educational Resources Library, Education-
Communication-Psychology-Psychoeducation-Biology Library, Geography, Kinesiology, Humanities and
Social Sciences, Rare books and Special Collections, Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Veterinary,
Music, Optometry, Physics, École Polytechnique Library, HEC Montréal Library, Law (Droit), and Health
Science Libraries (Santé).
2 For the first time this year, we used only system data. [Bibliothéques UdeM]
6, 7, 9 During FY13, Libraries had to cut $ 1.75 million in acquisitions, it was mainly absorbed by the budget for
books. [Bibliothéques UdeM]
6–9, 10,
Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars—Collections Expenditures: (7a) $1,337,063; (7b) $10,169,756;
(7c) $262,737; (7) $11,769,556; Salary Expenditures: (8a) $8,524,363; (8b) $10,639,579; (8c) $128,201; (8)
$19,292,143; (10) $5,518,031; Overall Expenditures: (7) $11,769,556; (8) $19,292,143; (9) $1,426,782; (6)
$32,488,481; (12) $38,426. NOTE: Total Salaries and Wages (Q8) EXCLUDES Fringe Benefits Expenditures
11 n/a [Bibliothéques UdeM] [École Polytechnique de Montréal] [HEC Montréal]
Library branches included: Architecture, C.Y. Thompson, Geology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Music.
Library branches NOT included: Schmid Law Library.
7.a We are increasingly paying access fees as opposed to outright purchase of material. We are also
purchasing fewer one-time items.
7.c Contract binding: $47,442 Interlibrary Loan expense (Illiad, OCLC, shipping): $72,305.
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