122 · ARL Statistics 2012–2013
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WAYNE STATE cont.
9 These expenditures include $47,012 from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special
Collections Branch).
10 Fringe benefits are not paid from the libraries’ budgets. This estimate includes $209,675 in fringe benefits
paid to the staff of the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special Collections Branch).
11 Fringe benefits for both professional and support staff positions are officially designated to be 25.2%.
Benefits for student assistants and temporary and part-time staff are calculated at much lower
percentages.
13 This total contains 17 positions from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special
Collections Branch).
13.a This total contains 12 positions from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special
Collections Branch).
13.b This total contains 2 positions from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special
Collections Branch).
13.c This total contains 3 positions from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special
Collections Branch).
14 The count of instructional presentations for 2011–2012 contained 37 presentations from the Reuther
Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special Collections Branch). No presentations from the
Reuther Archive were reported in 2012–2013.
15 The count of instructional participants for 2011–2012 contained 203 participants from the Reuther
Archives of Labor and Urban Affair (WSU’s Special Collections Branch). No participants from the Reuther
Archive were reported in 2012–2013.
16 The reference count for 2011–2012 contained 2,786 from the Reuther Archives of Labor and Urban Affair
(WSU’s Special Collections Branch). No transactions from the Reuther Archive were reported in 2012–
2013.
18 This figure is based on reports for 44,294 resources.
19 This figure is based on reports from 219 resources.
20 This figure is based on reports from 155 resources.
WESTERN
All figures are as of 04/30/2013.
Library branches included: Archives and Research Collections Centre; C.B. “Bud” Johnston Library
(Business); Education Library; John & Dotsa Bitove Family Law Library; Music Library; Allyn & Betty
Taylor Library; The D.B. Weldon Library; Map & Data Centre.
2 Increase is partly due to several projects to link serials and monograph volumes to catalogue records.
4 Increase is partly due to significant e-book package purchases and new model of e-book acquisition
(patron driven acquisition - PDA).
6–9, 10,
12
Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars—Collections Expenditures: (7a) $1,808,604; (7b) $10,051,882;
(7c) $1,614,075; (7) $13,474,561; Salary Expenditures: (8a) $5,141,816; (8b) $4,080,250; (8c) $221,810; (8)
$9,443,876; (10) $2,526,420; Overall Expenditures: (7) $13,474,561; (8) $9,443,876; (9) $786,935; (6) $23,705,372;
(12) $0. NOTE: Total Salaries and Wages (Q8) EXCLUDES Fringe Benefits Expenditures (Q10).
7.c Includes binding, memberships, bibliographic utilities, access, and software. Increase is partly due to
purchase of software to support ILS and collections decisions, as well as off-site storage.
8.a Increase is partly due to negotiated collective agreement for librarians and archivists that came into effect
just after the previous ARL survey.
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