Footnotes · 109
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OREGON cont.
17 Increasing reliance on electronic books/e-resources; reduced use of print resources.
18, 19 Change in vendor reporting.
20 As far as we can tell, last year’s numbers were incorrect.
22 Last year’s numbers were incorrect. Should have been 63,717 last year.
25 Last year’s number was incorrect, as the number provided did not follow the IPEDS definition.
OTTAWA
All figures are as of 04/30/2013.
Library branches included: Morisset Library (Arts and Science), Brian Dickson Law Library, and Health
Sciences Library.
6, 7 Increase due to approximately $1 million surplus transferred to current year budget.
6–9, 10,
12
Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars—Collections Expenditures: (7a) $6,900,795; (7b) $8,782,830;
(7c) $20,275; (7) $15,703,900; Salary Expenditures: (8a) $4,324,804; (8b) $5,378,241; (8c) $240,396; (8) $9,943,441;
(10) $2,274,663; Overall Expenditures: (7) $15,703,900; (8) $9,943,441; (9) $2,337,115; (6) $27,984,456; (12) NA/
UA. NOTE: Total Salaries and Wages (Q8) EXCLUDES Fringe Benefits Expenditures (Q10).
9 Increase due to Access Copyright fee transfer.
18 Change in data preparation method to align with CARL annual statistics (which counts only: CRKN,
Project MUSE, PsycInfo, and Business Source Complete where COUNTER statistics are available).
RESOURCES INCLUDED: American Chemical Society; CAIRN; Cambridge Journals Online; Elsevier
ScienceDirect; Érudit; Informa Healthcare Journals Online; Institute of Physics, IOP Journals; JSTOR; NRC
Research Press, Electronic Journals; Oxford University Press, Oxford Journals Online; Project Muse; Royal
Society of Chemistry, RSC Electronic Journals; SAGE journals; SpringerLink Online Journals; SWETS,
Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers Learned Journals Collection; Taylor & Francis,
Journals Online; Wiley-Blackwell Electronic Journals.
19 Change in data preparation method to align with CARL annual statistics (which counts only: CRKN,
Project MUSE, PsycInfo, and Business Source Complete where COUNTER statistics are available).
RESOURCES INCLUDED: Adam Matthew Digital; Alexander Street Press (includes, among other titles,
Classical Music Library and Oral History Online); EBSCOhost Business Source Complete; Elsevier Scopus;
Gale Cengage Learning, Eighteenth Century Collections Online; Gale Cengage Learning, Times Digital
Archive; InteLex Past Masters; MathSciNet (American Mathematical Society); Micromedia ProQuest,
Historical Newspapers; PsycInfo; Thomson Reuters, Web of Knowledge, Derwent Innovations Index;
Thomson Reuters, Web of Knowledge, Journal Citation Reports; Thomson Reuters, Web of Knowledge,
Zoological Record; Thomson Reuters, Web of Science.
PENNSYLVANIA
7.c Includes binding and preservation expenditures in this year.
17 Count for 2012 revised to 247,400.
21 Count for 2012 revised to 77,417.
22 Count for 2012 revised to 109,552.
25 Count includes standing faculty of the Perelman School of Medicine.
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, Brandywine,
DuBois, Fayette, Great Valley, Greater Allegheny, Harrisburg, Hazleton, Lehigh Valley, Mont Alto, New
Kensington, Schuylkill, Shenango Valley, Wilkes-Barre, Worthington-Scranton, and York.
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