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12 OhioLINK support based on $22.49/FTE - increase due to change in calculation methods at OhioLINK.
Total FTE 33,471.
Athens - 25,705
Chillicothe - 1,932
Eastern - 713
Lancaster - 1949
Southern - 1592
Zanesville - 1580
13.c Reduction due to combination of 13% student wage budget cut and increased minimum wage.
18 Includes counts for EBSCO UC reports, EJC, EBSCOhost, Springer/link.springer, Springer+/metapress,
Highwire, Ovid/LWW, JSTOR, Elsevier/ScienceDirect, Cambridge/CJO, Wiley/WO, T&F/tandfonline.
19 Includes counts for EBSCOhost, ebrary, ISI, LexisNexis, Newsbank, Ovid/LWW, JSTOR, Elsevier/Scopus,
Elsevier/Compendex & Geobase, Elsevier/ScienceDirect’ Increase is primarily seen in EBSCOhost
searches - assume related to the implementation of EBSCO Discovery Service and addition of search
button on our library home page.
20 EBSCO Discovery Service number only—not Counter compliant; assume number increased since we put
the EDS on the library web page as the search start point.
22 Attribute drop to increasing availability of digital resources (e-books).
23 Includes 113 D.O. and 160 PhDs.
25 By Headcount: Main Campus: 852, OU-HCOM (Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine): 62, Regional
27, 29 Increased part-time enrollment on all campuses follows national trends in the current economic
Library branches included: Library branches included: Architecture; Biological Sciences/Pharmacy;
Cartoon Research; Geology; Health Sciences; Fine Arts; Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences;
Law; Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Library; 18th Avenue Library; Thompson
(Main) Library; University Archives; Veterinary Medicine.
Library branches NOT included: Agricultural Technical Institute, Regional Campus Libraries at Lima,
Mansfield, Marion, and Newark.
4 Intentional focus on purchasing e-books.
7.a We had been saving our trademark funds and spent 2 years of trademark funding during FY13 on one-
time resource purchases.
9 We have spent a great deal of our cash reserves over the last couple of years addressing many long
standing operating budget issues.
10 Fringe benefits include: retirement, group life, disability, unemployment compensation, workers
compensation, group vision, group dental, Medicare and group health plans, employee tuition, graduate
assistant fee waivers, and dependent tuition.
12 More capital funds (from OhioLINK) were used to support member institutions.
14 Decrease in credit courses taught.
16 Several locations were inadvertently double counted in last year’s submission.
20 Driven by substantial decrease in web of science federated searches.