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Cornell Law Library Myron Taylor Hall Ithaca, New York 14853 (6 0 7 ) 266-7gÂťfr

255-5857

LAW LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT 1986/87

Law Library operations continued with little change this year, except for some improvements designed to enhance the computer literacy of the law school community. Management focused on planning for new space and new automation and on coping with the existing situation until the plans are transformed into reality. As the collection filled more and more crevices in the building, more microfiche had to be purchased to replace existing hard copy. The fiche then exceeded the storage capacity of the microform room, so this spring a very large portion of the microform collection was moved into the Reading Room using three new storage cabinets and shelves in one alcove. Technical Services is still struggling to withdraw and dispose of the replaced volumes and to change all the records to reflect the changes. The library had an extensive collection of uninventoried gifts, many from recently retired faculty. A temporary, part-time clerk worked twenty hours a week during the last half of the year, processing more than 2,300 items, preparatory to adding them to the collection or otherwise disposing of them before the library move in the Summer of 1988. About 200 serials are being offered for sale as unneeded duplicates. Every attempt is being made to dispose of all extraneous materials before next summer's moves. The Cataloging Department, in addition to processing all new acquisitions, worked to make some existing parts of the collection more accessible, specifically the trials collection, South Asian serials and materials in the JX classification. Practice Training I was taught this year by John Hasko, Bruce Kennedy and Alan Diefenbach who planned and executed an entirely new format and schedule for the course. The restructuring resulted in a course which was shortened to six weeks from twelve, provided a more unified series of library exercises, allowed for more review of the material using quizzes, and eliminated the final exam, heretofore the sole measure of success in the course. For the first time all first year students were trained on both LEXIS and WESTLAW during the first semester. To overcome some problems encountered by students in using the personal computers available in the Law Library, those five machines were connected by a local area network this year. A dedicated server contains all of the software programs so the circulation desk is no longer responsible for distributing software to users.


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For the second year in a row, the acquisitions expenditures exceeded the new funds designated for acquisitions. Last year the sole cause of this was the purchase of microforms to replace existing materials in order to create shelf space for newly acquired hard copy materials. This year we spent $32,800 for this purpose, an amount less than half that spent last year for such materials. The difference was consumed by price increases of legal materials published in the United States and the unfavorable exchange rates for purchases from Europe and Asia. The overage has been paid from the Law Library's endowment income which had not been spent in prior years. Funds for 1987/88 acquisitions are 8% below 1986/87 budget and 11.5% below expenditures last year. This will force an analysis of our expenditures by country and by title. In relation to its size, the law library staff has been more heavily involved in the system-wide effort to automate the system than other units of the library system. Jane Hammond coordinated the entire effort from September 1985 through June 30, 1987 with the help of a very able director of the library*systems office. Diane Hillmann worked long hours in the committee which wrote the detailed specifications for loading our RLIN data into the local system. Diane chaired the team which formulated policies on record maintenance to be performed when technical processing is done locally. Margie Axtmann, who had been heavily involved in the project last year, was consulted this year on the data load specifications for acquisitions records. She is one of four people designing the training materials for all Cornell acquisitions personnel. John Hasko is part of the team designing training materials for staff and, potentially, public use of the NOTIS system. The first priority for the coming year is to maintain the best possible service for the law school community while construction continues on the addition to the building. Construction will not invade library space until the connections are made from the new space into the existing building. The next priority is detailed planning for moving every book in the collection out of the building next summer and then to a permanent location after the renovation of Myron Taylor Hall. We will also address the staffing needed for the expanded library. All staff will also have to be prepared to move next summer: Technical Services staff into their new, permanent quarters; Public Services staff into temporary locations for the summer, then back to refurbished work space.

Jane L. Hammond Professor of Law & Law Librarian


Cornell Law Library Myron Taylor Hall Ithaca, New York 14853

July 2, 1987 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: 1.

Available funds 1986/87 a. b. c. d.

2.

Distribution Indicated Below Law Library Law Library Acquisitions Budget, year to date

$380,000.00 116,000.00 19,800.00 674.40 $516,474.40

Appropriated funds Law School Endowment income Misc. income (FBR credit) Total

Expenditures through June 30, 1987 Year To date

June a.

New titles (monographs & new serials) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

b.

$2,328.68 1,332.67 393.11 1,298.35 849.91 --

$45,013.83 13,481.12 1,692.72 11,454.59 8,134.06 32,800.00

20,015.69 2,747.93 671.82 6,145.48 3,060.80

311,827.64 26,098.68 4,058.73 49,227.53 28,316.23

1,807.40

19,340.65

$40,651.84

$551,445.78

Continuations (subscriptions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

c.

United States Public <i private international Comparative British Commonwealth Other jurisdictions State reports on Microfiche

United States Public & private international Comparative British Commonwealth Other jurisdictions

Binding Sub-tota 1s

- $34,971.38

Balance remaining July 1, 1987 Accessions a.

Printed volumes added year to date

b.

Microforms added year to date (pieces) Reels F ich e

c.

Other

distribution:

Peter Martin Herbert Finch Jane Hammond Gene Wheeler John Hasko M. M. Axtmann f 3 1p

475

6,545

1 1,025

1,212 17,135

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORT FORM FOR THE YEAR 1986/87

Library:

Law Library

Librarian:

Jane L. Hammond

Prepared by:

Jane L. Hammond

Date Completed: August 5, 1987 Please complete this form and return it to the University Librarian's office, 201 011n Library, on or before August 14, 1987. Please complete the requested information appropriate to your departmental operation. Data for this annual statistical report encompasses the fiscal year beqinninq July 1, 1986, and ending June 30, 1987. Financial and personnel data for endowed unit departments will be completed by the account­ ing office, 01 in Library.

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SIZE OF COLLECTIONS (only cataloged volumes, i.e. monographs, serials and pamphlets, are to be counted; for other materials, count only those arranged and available for use) PLEASE NOTE! Reporting libraries are requested to show size of collection data for two specific areas: on-site collection and Annex Library collection.

Volumes 1. Number of volumes at beginning of year (If figure differs from previous year's report, please explain.) 2. No. of orders placed Volumes added 3. Acquired by purchase 4. Acquired by gift or exchange 5. Total volumes added (3 + 4) 6. No. of volumes withdrawn from records 7. No. of volumes lost/stolen 8. No. of volumes mutilated 9. Net increase in volumes (5 - 6 - 7 - 8) 10. No. of volumes at end of year ( 1 + 9 )

Collection Located On-Site At Annex

349,896 807

(371,174)

21,278

6,267

(6,583)

316

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-6,267 936

(936)

5 r331 355,227

(376,821)

316 21,59T"


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Serials Currently Received (Excludes newspapers reported below) 1. Number of titles at beginning of yeAr

2. No. of titles added during year 3. No. of withdrawals & cancellations 4. Total no. of titles received ( 1 + 2 - 3 ) C.

D.

E.

4,579 239 52_

4,766

Newspapers Currently Received 1. No. of subscriptions at beginning of year 2. No. of added subscriptions (exclude gifts & exchanges) 3. No. of withdrawals & cancellations 4. Total no. of subscriptions end of year (1+2-3) 5. No. of gifts & exchanges at beginning of year 6. No. of added gifts & exchanges 7. No. of withdrawals & cancellations 8. No. of gift & exchange subscriptions end of year ( 5 + 6 - 7 ) 9. Total no. of titles received at end of year (4 + 8) Microforms (show physical count data) 1. Microfilm a. No. of reels held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b) 2. Microcards a. No. of units held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b) 3. Microprint Sheets a. No. of units held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b) 4. Microfiche a. No. of units held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b) 5. Total Microform units held at end of year (lc + 2c + 3c + 4c) Mi scellaneous 1. Motion Pictures a. No. units held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b) 2. Audio Recordings a. No. units held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + b)

7

7

7

3.310

1.212 4.522 0 U 0

0 238,730 17,135 255,865 260,384

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221


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3. Records a. No. held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + 4. Filmstrips (include film loops) a. No. held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + 5. Maps a. No. held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + 6. Videotapes a. No. held at beginning of year b. No. added c. Total held at end of year (a + II.

b)

2 0

b)

0 0 0

b)

0 34 27

b)

61

CATALOGING A.

No. of New Titles 1. Monographs 2. Monographs on microforms 3. Serials 4. Serials on microforms 5. Maps 6. Audio/Visual 7. Archival & Mss. Control 8. Totals (1 thru 7)

B.

Periodical Article, Analytics*

C.

Reclassified & Recataloqed Titles

D.

Card Production 1. Printed cards (computer, LC or other) 2. Typed cards 3. Multilithed cards completed 4. Total ( 1 + 2 + 3 )

E.

III.

2

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Archival & Mss. Processing 1. Collections processed 2. Finding aids produced

1,570 ____ 5 239 ___ 63 ____ o ___ 19 1

Is

1,897

610 33,862 2,986 36,848 1

CIRCULATION AND RESERVE A.

Circulation 1. Home Use a. regular b. 7-day or other c. sub-total Home Use 2. Building Use a. reading rooms b. carrels c. studies d. other (list) e. sub-total Building Use 3. Total Circulation (lc + 2e)

6,649 6,649

59,609

__ 66,258

* Not included in new titles cataloged. Other analytics included in monographs column.


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C. D.

IV.

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Reserve 1. Closed Reserve -- Home Use 2. Overnight -- Closed Reserve 3. Home Use â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Open Shelf 4. Total Reserve ( 1 + 2 + 3 )

12,990

Total Circulation and Reserve (add A.3 + B.4)

79,248

Hours of Operation How many average hours per week was library open for full service during the academic year (excluding pre-examination periods and other special times)?

90

REFERENCE SERVICES A.

Reference 1. No. of 2. No. of 3. No. of 4. No. of

Questions Information & Directional Questions Reference Questions * Search Questions Problem Questions

5,294 7.144 4 258

5. Total Reference Questions (add 1 thru 4) B.

COMPASS (Commercial Online Sources)

1. 2. 3. 4. C.

V.

12. 700

No. of Subjeet Questions No-, of Item Questions No: of End Uoors Total COMPASS (add 1 thru 3)-

lexis

WESTLAW

NEXis DIALOG

Library Instruction 1. No. of Tours 2. No. of Instruction Sessions 3. Total Tours/Instruction Session (1+2) 4. No. of Tour Participants 5. No. of Instruction Participants 6. Total Tour/Instruction Participants 7. No. of Bibliographies & Other Handouts

109 193

4 ______ 1 38 104 142

305 826 1,131 16

INTERLIBRARY SERVICE (includes loans andphotoduplications) A.

B.

C.

Lending 1. Titles requested 2. Titles loaned Borrowing 1. Titles requested 2. Titles borrowed

172

___ 120 ____ 76 57

Photoduplication 1. Lending a. b. c.

orders & inquiries received orders filled (by title) no. of photocopies made

469 364 5,382

2. Borrowing a. b.

orders written orders filled

307 Total

52 40


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COPY SERVICE (to be completed by the statutory and medical libraries only) 43,485

A.

No. of copies made for internal use

B.

No. of copies made for interlibrary lending

C.

No. of copies made for CU departments (other than libraries)

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D.

No. of coin-operated copies produced; i.e. income generating copies

275,392

5,382

STAFF SIZE/PERSONNEL EXPENDITURES (staff size determined by number of budgeted lines at end of year) A.

Professional Library Staff 1. Public Service a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above

$

2. Technical Services a. no. of staff:

_

b.

full-time equivalents headcount salaries of staff in "a" above

3. Special Collections a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above 4. Administration of the Unit a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above 5. Total Professional FTE, Headcount & Salaries ( 1 + 2 + 3 ) a. no. of staff: full-time equiv. headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above B.

Male

2.5

$

*

3

3

T

3

5

3

$

_ J

4.0

3.0

$

2. Technical Services a. no. of staff:

_

3

$

$

$

7.0 $ 199,359

0

_

3

1 1

O

1

1 1

T

1.5

1

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J

b.

Total

2.5

Exempt Library Staff (other than pro­ fessional librarians in "A" above) 1. Public Services a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above full-time equivalents headcount salaries of staff in "a" above

Female


Female

Male 3. Special Collections a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above

Total 0 5

$

V

4. Administration of the Unit a. no. of staff: full-time equivalents headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above

0 $

r~

5. Total Exempt Staff (1+2+3) a. no. of staff: b.

full-time equiv. headcount salaries of staff in "a" above

Non-Exempt Support Staff (excludes temporary student and non-student help) 1. Public Services a. no. of staff: full-time equivalent headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above

0

b.

3. Special Collections a. no. of staff: full-time equivalent headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above 4. Administration of the Unit a. no. of staff: full-time equivalent headcount b. salaries of staff in "a" above

4.25

4.25 5

5

$

$

3

2. Technical Services a. no. of staff:

full-time equivalent headcount salaries of staff in "a" above

r~

$

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7

8

7

$

$

3

8

0 $

3

$ 1 1 $

$

3~

1

5. Total Non-Exempt Staff (1+2+3)

a. b.

no. of staff:

full-time equiv. headcount salaries of staff in "a" above

Temporary Services (include all FTE equivalents and hourly wages in the appropriate area) 1. Public Services a. professional & exempt b. non-exempt/non-student (3 months) 2. Technical Services a. professional & exempt b. non-exempt/non-student

3

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FTE 0 1 0 0

12.25 13

3

Salary $ $ 3,776

$

3

~

13.25 14 $ 197,103


FTE

E.

Salary

3. Special Collections a. professional & exempt b. non-exempt/non-student

0 0

T

4. Administration of the Unit a. professional & exempt b. non-exempt/non-student

0 0

$ T~

Total Professional/Exempt FTE & Wages (la + 2a + 3a above)

0

$

Total Non-Exempt FTE & Wages (lb + 2b + 3b above)

1 (3 mos$ 3,776

$

# Hrs.

Student Services 1. Non-Work Study 2. Work Study 3. Fed. Govt. Share of CWS Total Student Services (1+2+3)

$4,467 $ 7,665

1,375 5,570 607.

$ 11,497

6,945

$23,629

NON--PERSONNEL EXPENDITURES A.

Expenditures for Books

$ 112,576

B.

Expenditures for Serials

$ 419,529

C.

Total Expenditures for Books & Serials

D.

Expenditures for Binding

$ 19,341

E.

Capital Equipment Expenditures (5000 series object codes)

$

F.

General Operating Expenses (6000 series object codes)

$ 24,398

G.

Miscellaneous Expenses

H.

Total Non-Personnel Expendtfcft%sSch°o1^ (add C thru G)

(l e x i s ,

westlaw,

$ 532, 105

paid

1,883

$ 20,100 j 597,827

INCOME AND TRANSFERS A.

Book Endowment Income

$ 24,577

B.

Other Endowment Income

$

C.

Gifts Income 1. Principal added to or establishing new endowments 2. All other gifts income

$ ■$

1

D.

Fines & Lost Books

$

278

E.

Computer Searches

$

F.

Interlibrary Loan

$

550


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G.

Royalties

$

H.

Sale of Duplicates

$

I.

Sale of Publications issued by the library

$

J.

Photocopy

$

K.

Other (please specify) earnings on L53-8704

L. M.

674

$ 6,552

Total Library Generated Income (add A thru K) Transfers from other CU Units* (please specify purpose and amount) 1. Law School 2. 3. * 4. 5.

$136,000

$ $ $ $

transfers may include only those funds directly placed in library accounts, such as added acquisitions funds for a specific purchase. GRW:1b 6/19/87


<r m.i PART III

Unified Law Library Survey Form Anerican Bar Association Section of Education and Admissions to the Bar

INSTRUCTIONS: Please enter responses on the lines along the right hand margins of the pages. If the exact figures are not available, enter your best estimate. Report financial figures in whole dollars and all other figures in whole numbers, except where otherwise indicated. I^ave blanks for items that do not apply or to which you choose to make' no response. The asterisk (*) indicates that a term used in the requested item is defined in the information at the end of the survey.

Full name and complete mailing address of law library: Cornell Law Library_________ Myron Taylor Hall___________ _ Ithaca, New York

14853-4901

To wham should inquiries regarding this questionnaire be addressed: Name Title Telephone

Jane L. Hammond__________ __________ Law Librarian & Professor of Law (607

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255-5857____________

One copy to be returned by September 15, 1987 to: . James P. White Consultant on Legal Education American Bar Association SPEED CODE: Q3-87 â&#x20AC;˘ Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis 7 35 West New York Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

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III. 2 p m r t J 1 - fT¥J.TYTTfM

1.

2-letter code for state where library is located.

NY

2.

City vhere library is located (write full city name as far as blank line allows).

Ithaca

Name of library or governing institution* (law schools use abbreviation from Page III. 17; others write full npTDp as far as blank line allows).

Cornell

4.

Type of library* (use abbreviation from Page III. 18).

ls _____

5.

Ending month of library fiscal year (number of month).

6______

6.

Net* Volunes* (excluding microforms) added during fiscal year.

3.

A. 7.

8.

9.

10.

(Volunes withdrawn »

936_____ )

Volumes* (excluding microforms) held at end of fiscal year. Titles* (excluding titles of non-print items) added during fiscal year. Titles* (excluding titles of non-print items) held at end of fiscal year. Net* Microform reels* added during fiscal year.

A.

(Reels withdrawn - ______0

Microform reels* held at end of fiscal year.

12.

Net* Microfiche* added during fiscal year.

_____ 1»809

151»865

1,212

^,522 17>135

(Microfiche withdrawn ■ ______o_____ )

13.

Microfiche* held at end of fiscal year.

14.

Units of otter microform formats added during fiscal year.

15.

376,783

)

11.

A.

_____ 6>545

Units of otter microform formats held at end of fiscal year.

255»865

2.

_________


68

16.

Microform titles* added during fiscal year.

17.

Microform titles* held at end of fiscal year.

18.

Other non-book titles added during fiscal year.

19.

Other non-book titles held at end of fiscal year.

2D.

Number of serial subscriptions*.

4,951

21.

Number of serial titles*.

4> 766

336 _____ ^ 124


Ill .4 SECTION 2 - FERSOtMEL

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

33.

34.

35.

Number of librarians and other professional staff*, full-time.

7

Number of librarians and other professional staff*, part-time.

0

Number of librarians and other professional staff*, full-time equivalent*, part-time.

0

Number of supporting staff, full-time (excluding hourly students).

/' 12

Number of supporting staff, part-time (excluding hourly students).

2

Number of supporting staff, full-time equivalent part-time* (excluding hourly students).

1.3

Students and other temporary part-time employees, full-time equivalent*.

3.8

Number of hours worked by hourly students and other temporary part-time employees, last fiscal year. Median* base salary paid full-time librarians and other professional staff (excluding head law librarian), current fiscal year.

7,660

,

$23,040; $28,580

Median* fringe benefits paid full-time librarians and other professional staff (excluding head law librarian), current fiscal year.

$6,682; $8,288

Median* base salary paid full-time supporting staff (excluding hourly students), current fiscal year.

$16,300

Median* fringe benefits paid full-time supporting staff (excluding hourly students), current fiscal year.

$4,227

Base salary* for entry level professional librarian, current fiscal year.

$18,500

Average hourly rate paid students or other part-tine assistants, current fiscal year.

$4.00


III. 6 SECTION 3 - RESOURCES

56.

57.

58.

59.

60.

61.

Salaries*/wages (excluding fringe benefits*) paid all law library personnel, including permanent part-time employees and excluding student or temporary part-time employees, last fiscal year.

$416,310

Salaries*/wages (excluding fringe benefits*) budgeted for all law library personnel, including permanent part-time employees and excluding student or temporary part-time employees, current fiscal year.

$445,316

Fringe benefits* paid to law library personnel, last fiscal year.

$108,361

Fringe benefits* budgeted for law library personnel, current fiscal year.

$129,142

Student and temporary part-time employee wages (excluding federal work/study wages) paid, last fiscal year. Student and temporary part-time employee wages (excluding federal work/study wages) budgeted, current fiscal year. A.

B.

62.

63.

64.

$15,908

_____ $20,000

Total of salaries and wages paid last fiscal year (Questions 56+58+60)

$540,579_____

Total of salaries and wages budgeted current fiscal year (Questions 57+59+61)

$594,458_____

Dollars spent for books* (excluding serial subscriptions and microforms), last fiscal year.

_____ $72,164

Dollars budgeted for books* (excluding serial subscriptions and microforms), current fiscal year.

______$30,000

Dollars spent for serial subscriptions* (excluding microforms), last fiscal year.

$410,268

66.

Dollars budgeted for serial subscriptions* (excluding microforms), current fiscal year. * Dollars spent for microforms, last fiscal year.

______$48,391

67.

Dollars budgeted for microforms, current fiscal year.

______$18,000

65.

_____$450,000


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68.

69.

70.

71.

Dollars spent for audio-visual materials (excluding microforms), last fiscal year.

______ $785

Dollars budgeted for audio-visual materials (excluding microforms), current fiscal year.

______ $500

Dollars spent for binding and rebinding, last fiscal vear.

$19,838

Dollars budgeted for binding and rebinding, current fiscal year.

$20,000

A.

Total dollars spent last fiscal year for items 62, 64 , 66 , 68, and 70.

$551,446 *

B.

72.

73.

74.

75.

76.

77.

78.

79.

$518,500______

Dollars spent for computer information retrieval services, last fiscal year.

$21,000

Dollars budgeted for computer information retrieval services, current fiscal year.

$29,930

Dollars spent for computer bibliographic services, last fiscal year.

$23,439

Dollars budgeted for computer bibliographic services, current fiscal year.

$24,000

Dollars spent for library equipment* (purchase and rental), last fiscal year. Dollars budgeted for library equipment* (purchase and rental), current fiscal year.

* $7,291

12,500

Dollars spent for other library expenditures, last fiscal year.

$32,317

Dollars budgeted for other library expenditures, current fiscal year.

$30,620

A.

B.

80.

Total dollars budgeted current fiscal year for items 63, 65, 67, 69, and 71.

Total library expenditures last fiscal year (Questions 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, and 78).

-$1,176,072

Total dollars budgeted for library, current fiscal year (Questions 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69, .71, 73, 75, 77, and 79). $1,200,008

Total federal contribution to vork/study wages, last fiscal year. .

$11,497


III. 8 SECTION 4 - LIBRARY PHYSICAL F A m J T T F R

81.

Net square feet of space assigned for library purposes.*

82.

Linear feet of shelving capacity occupied by library materials.*

40,647

~J2,400

83.

Linear feet of shelving capacity not occupied.*

______ 500

84.

Number of carrels available for library users.

85.

Number of non-carrel 6eats available for library users.

86.

Number of microform readers.

3

87.

Number of microform reader printers.

2

88.

Number of computer terminals available to users.

]_

89.

Number of computer terminals available only to library staff.

44 ______ 22l_

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III. 9 SECTION 5 - HXJRS fiF LTKRARY fiFFRATICN

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

95.

96.

97.

Hours per week library operates with professional staff on duty, regular schedule.

_________ 61_

Hours per week library operates with professional staff on duty, abbreviated schedule.*

_________45

Hours per week library operates with only full-time support staff on duty, regular schedule.

22.5

Hours per week library operates with only full-time support staff on duty, abbreviated schedule.*

_________ _0

Hours per week library operates with only students or other part-time staff on duty, regular schedule.

_______ 10.5

Hours per week library operates with only students or other part-time staff on duty, abbreviated schedule.*

__________ 0

Number of weeks per year library operates on abbreviated* schedule.

_________ 13

Number of weeks per year library operates on extended schedule.

*

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III.10 SBCTICN 6 - INTER-LIBRARY LENDING AND BC

98. Inter-library borrowing requests* sent by library, last fiscal year.

128

99. Inter-library borrowing requests* filled for library, last fiscal year. 100. inter-library loan requests* received by library, last fiscal year.

97

'' 641

101. Inter-library loan requests* filled by library, <â&#x20AC;¢last fiscal year.

484

4

*

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III.11 SECTION 7 - READER AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

102. Does library subscribe to LEXIS?

Y or N

103. Hew many terminals in the law school provide access to LEXIS? 104. Total hours of actual LEXIS use, (not including off-line training time) last fiscal year. 105. Does library subscribe to WESTLAW?

Y or N

106. How many terminals in the law school provide access to WESTILAW? 107. Total hours of actual W E S H A W use, (not including off-line training time) last fiscal year. 108. Does library subscribe to any other computer information retrieval services either separate from or obtained t h r e s h LEXIS or VESTLAW? Y or N

_________Y

3

809 _________Y

3

775

_________Y

109. Does library participate

in OCLC? Y or N

N

110. Does library participate

in R U N ? Y or N

T

111. Does library participate

in WIN? Y or N

_ÂŁ

112. Does library participate in any other computer bibliographic services? Y or N 113. Nunber of titles processed through computer bibliographic services. 114. Percent of titles cataloged using MARC records.

N

2,674 _______361

115. Percent of titles processed using shared cataloging by utility members.

47Z

116. Percent of titles processed through original cataloging.

177.

117. Code for classification scheme used for Anglo-American law materials (see Page III. 18 for code instructions; report only principle system used, even if modified or used in combination with another). *

_______ LC

118. Code for classification scheme used for foreign law materials (see Page III.18 for list of codes; report, only principle system used, even if modified or used in combination with another).

la


119. Code for subject (see Page III. 18 principle system combination with

heading authority followed in library for list of codes; report only used, even if modified or used in another).

120. Does library do all its own technical processing? Y or N 121. Does library have or have access to telefacsimile capability? Y or N


III.13 SECTION 8 - ADMINISTOAnON

122. Does the central library administration of the sponsoring institution have any approval or veto authority over law library recommendations for staff, budget, services, etc.? Y or N 123. Is the library a federal depository?

Y or N

Y


III.14 SBCTICN 9 - PRINCIPAL USERS

The principal users your library was intended to serve consist of: 124. Number of full-time law students

571

FT JD

125. Number of part-time law students

0

FT JD

126. Number of full-time law teachers

34

ft

127. Number of part-time law teachers

14 1*

pr LT FT

LT


III. 15

SECTION 10 - SUPPLEMENT The following questions are new. Your cooperation in responding to these questions is requested and will help you prepare responses for future surveys. 128. For tte current fiscal year, and with respect to full-time professional law librarians, other than the head law librarian, please state: a. b. c. d.

High salary paid Low salary paid Median salary paid Average salary paid

$35,360 -â&#x2013; 19,000______ 23,040; 28,580 26,555______

129. For the current fiscal year, and with respect to full-time non-professional members of the law library staff, please state: a. b. c. d.

High salary paid Low salary paid Median salary paid Average salary paid

$22,530 HÂť990 16,300 16,007

130. Please state tie amount spent for law library staff professional development during the past fiscal year. This amount is presumably included in the amount already reported for item 78.'Dollars spent for other library expenditures, last fiscal year.' Expenditures for staff professional development could include registration and travel expenses for meetings and conferences, research and research assistant support, regular compensation paid during professional development leaves, and similar items. $4,748 131. For the number reported in item 101, 'Interlibrary loan requests filled by library, last fiscal year,' please report the following: 1. Requests filled by loan: 2. Requests filled by other than loan: (a) Photocopy (b) Microform duplication (c) Telefacsimile (d) Other

120 469 0 0 0

132. For tte number reported in item 72,'Dollars spent for computer information retrieval services, last fiscal year,' please report the following: 1. Amount paid by governing institution 2. Amount paid by users

$20,630 f370

133. In connection with item 123,'Is the library a federal depository?' please state:

171 Percent of items selected

4


III.16 134. Does the library participate in arty consortia, networks or other co-operative programs, other than national biblio­ graphic networks? Y or N

________ N

135. If answer to 135 is Yes, what provision is made for access to information available through such arrangements? Check all that apply. a. b. c. d.

Telefacsimile Overnight courier Consortium staff delivery Library messenger

136. For the amount reported in 79 B. 'Total dollars budget ed for library, current fiscal year,' please indicate the amount of funds received from the following sources: a. b. c. d.

Base institutional budget Non-recurring appropriations Endowment or gift income Net miscellaneous income

$1,169,008 0 24,500 6,500

Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1987  
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