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NEW YORK cont.
10 Variance due to the inclusion of Shanghai (NY-based staff only) and Poly School of Engineering,
and also the growth at Abu Dhabi.
11 Editor’s Note: Published figure reflects the official designated percent for the Health Sciences
Library, as this is the maximum value entered for this question.
13.a, 13.b Variance due to the addition of Poly School of Engineering staff in NY, and growth at Abu
Dhabi and Shanghai portal campuses.
15 Blended services and instruction provided by the Digital Studio previously not reported in FY
2013 is now included in FY 2014.
19 More COUNTER-compliant vendor data available in FY 2014.
22 Total user requests decline due to decrease in fill rate from 82.4% in FY 2013 to 79.5% in FY 2014.
24 General university trend.
25 Variance due to the inclusion of Shanghai and Abu Dhabi instructional faculty data.
Library branches included: Davis Main, Undergraduate Library, Wilson Special Collections
Library, Music Library, Kenan Science Library, Art Library, School of Information and Library
Science Library, School of Government Library, Marine Science Library, Stone Center Library,
Carolina Digital Library and Archives, Law Library, and Health Sciences Library.
1 Total listed includes only titles in book format.
7.a-7.c Decrease due to receipt of one-time year-end funding for additional materials purchases in
previous year.
11 The university designates 22.04% + fixed health insurance of $5,192.
18, 19 Total listed represents usage from January to December 2012.
21 Statistics exclude requests filled from UNC collections for distance education students, as well
as requests filled from UNC databases, e-journals, e-books, and from the Internet.
Library branches included: Main campus libraries: D.H. Hill and James B. Hunt Jr.; Library
Branches: Design, Natural Resources, Veterinary Medicine, African-American Cultural Center,
and College of Education Media and Educational Technology and Research Center.
6, 9 In its first year of operation, in FY 2013, the James B. Hunt Jr. Library cost an additional
$4,000,000 in one-time funds.
7.a Decrease due to receipt of one-time provost’s allocation of $700,500 in FY 2013.
7.c Includes bibliographic utilities, document delivery, association memberships, storage, and
binding expenditures.
10, 11 Faculty/staff fringe benefits rate is 30%. Graduate assistant fringe benefits rate is 15%.
Undergraduates fringe benefits rate is 0.80%
13.b Decrease in staff FTE due to budget reductions.
14 Increase in instruction sessions due to additional graduate student and research workshops,
plus demand for undergraduate instruction following tours and orientation activities.
15 Increase in number of participants corresponds to increase in sessions.
16 Decrease in activity at the College of Education Media and Education Technology and Research
16.a Are in the process of moving to 100% actual count for all libraries. Current methodology is a
mixture of sampling (two branches) and actual (two main libraries and three branches).
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