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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS cont.
23–24 Source: IPEDS completions FY13.
Library branches included: Science Library, Dewey Graduate Library.
8.b Decrease in support staff salaries and wages resulting from promotion of three support staff to
professional staff positions.
12 Decrease due to non-renewal of optional services provided through our SUNY consortium.
20 Decrease due to change in discovery systems.
21 Increase reflects becoming a member of a no-lending fee resource sharing cooperative in New York State.
Library branches included: Music, Math/Astronomy/Physics, Chemistry, Science & Engineering, Marine
and Atmospheric Science Information Center.
Data from the Health Sciences Library are NOT included in the figures reported for Q1–Q22 here. Data for
Q23–Q29 are for the whole Stony Brook University, included Health Science Center.
1, 4 We bought more e-books packages which included many titles.
7 Received special additional allocation to our acquisitions budget, approximately $1,000,000 for 2012–2013.
7.a Due to a change in record keeping, we are now able to provide more accurate data in response to this
7.c Due to a change in record keeping, we are now able to provide more accurate data in response to this
question. Total for Q7C was $367,160. It broke down as: binding: $12,760; bib. utilities $220,451; ILL $56,580,
memberships for publication $15,750, remote storage: $61,619.
8.b Due to retirements and unable to refill the positions.
9 Melville operating expense totals were higher in 11–12 due to purchase of equipment and scanners with
previous fiscal year salary savings. Thus for 12–13, the operating expenses seemed decreased.
12 SUNY subsidy for CORE OLIS databases.
13.b Due to the retirements and unable to replace the positions.
18–20 Source: SerialsSolutions COUNTER report.
21 Source: ILLIAD.
23 Total: 553—PhD 273, DDS 36, MD 130, DNP 1, DPT 77, DA 1, DMA 35.
1 For SU Main, 12–13 bibliographic counts adjusted based on bibliographic only count (no physical
counting) via ILMS system (Voyager) as well as discovery layer (SUMMON) for additional e-resources.
7.a Includes one-time expenditure for journal backfiles.
8.b Includes temporary staff hired for special cataloging projects.
8.c Increased costs for student workers have resulted in fewer positions in this area.
9 One-time budget re-allocation to support digital collections and access initiatives.
11 Editor’s Note: Published figure reflects the official designated percent for the Law Library, as this is the
maximum value entered for this question.
13.b Includes temporary staff hired for special cataloging projects.
14–15 We do not have an explanation for this decline.