96 · ARL Statistics 2013–2014
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10 Medical, dental, prescription, vision, long-term and short-term disability, and life insurance
coverage, leave time, tuition remission, and retirement.
12 Calculated this by multiplying current FTE from RPIE by a per/FTE amount from OhioLINK;
last year’s data was extrapolated.
17 This year’s figure includes in-house-use-counts for the first time in addition to regular check-
Library branches included: Agricultural Information Center, Design Library, Education Library,
Little Fine Arts Library, Law Library, Medical Center Library, Morris Equine Library, Science
Library, Shaver Engineering Library, Special Collections Library, Transportation Library, and
William T. Young Library (main library).
1, 2 Total titles held and volumes held for the main library includes medical library.
4 Total electronic books increased substantially due to enhanced access/discoverability for
e-books. Main library total for electronic books also includes the medical library e-books.
7.a Increase due to purchase of additional JSTOR Collections (Arts & Sciences IX, X, XI, Business IV)
using endowment funds.
10 Includes retirement, health insurance, life insurance, and miscellaneous fringe benefits (FICA
and Social Security)
18–19 Total for the main library also includes the medical library.
All figures are as of 04/30/2014.
Library branches included: All branches included.
1, 4 We have removed the ProQuest thesis collection that was included in the past, and we rewrote
the report procedure in Sirsi-Workflow to reflect new type of catalogue titles.
2 In 2012–2013 the total number of volumes held should have been 5,315,812, not 6,7752,30. The
reason for this year’s decrease is that we have removed from the catalogue all the slides, maps,
and other items no longer available.
6–9, 10, 12 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars. Collections Expenditures: (7a) $2,941,618; (7b)
$9,429,237; (7c) $425,755; (7) $12,796,610; Salary Expenditures: (8a) $4,639,390; (8b) $6,314,441;
(8c) $0; (8) $10,953,831; (10) $2,874,847; Overall Expenditures: (7) $12,796,610; (8) $10,953,831; (9)
$790,732; (6) $24,541,173; (12) NA/UA. NOTE: Total Salaries and Wages (Q8) EXCLUDES Fringe
Benefits Expenditures (Q10).
7 We did transfer a significant amount of budget from one-time purchase to subscriptions due to
increase subscription fees and decreasing value of Canadian dollar.
8, 13 We no longer hire students.
9 We had a decrease to this budget.
24 We have 74 programs in 16 faculties in which PhD can be awarded.
10 Includes pension and health care.
11 Support staff 36.32%, professional and directors 19.70%, and temporary staff 12.71%.
26–29 The number here is Full Time Equivalent.
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