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Cornell Law Library Myron Taylor Hall Ithaca, New York 14853

Phone: Fax:

(607) 255-5857 (607) 255-7193

Law Library Annual Report 1992/93

The predominant story in the Law Library this year was the successful search for a new director to replace Jane L. Hammond, who had announced in May 1992 her intention to retire in the summer of 1993. Claire Germain moved from Duke University's Law Library to become the Edward Cornell Law Librarian and Professor of Law July 1, 1993.

STAFF Other than the change in director at the end of the year, we had no staff turn-over during the year. In marked contrast to prior years, the Public Services Department has had no turn-over for two years with one exception: at the beginning of the year, the vacant multi-media/computer assistant position (responsible for day-to-day operations in the Non-Print Resources and Open Reserve area) moved from the Law Library to the Law School Educational Technologies Department. During the first months of the year, the Circulation Supervisor devoted a significant portion of her time to issues of training and supervision of student workers in the Non-Print area, with much concern that the library-related tasks as well as the computer related tasks were being completed satisfactorily. By the end of the year the area appeared to be operating smoothly.

SCRLC GRANT The South Central Research Library Council (SCRLC) renewed its grant for the conversion of more records from the manual catalog to machine-readable form. The grant is allowing us to make steady progress in converting targeted areas of the collection for use with NOTIS, while maintaining high standards of quality control. In addition, specific portions of the collection split between two classification systems or in inadequate classifications are being reclassified as the records are converted to machine-readable form. Unfortunately, SCRLC will not be able to fund this grant for a third year, leaving us with no outside support for getting our older records into NOTIS. Fortunately the Law School has agreed to fund a part-time position to continue this work for the next two years. By the time the grant expires, we expect to have about 50 - 55% of the collection converted. At that time the manual catalog will still be the only access point for all pre-1976 material for the states of the U.S. (except for court reports) and all foreign materials except for those pertaining to the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. This includes many of the


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unique historical materials in the collection, material which becomes almost forgotten as few researchers now use the manual catalog at all, even for their historical research.

ACQUISITIONS Early in the year our acquisitions expenditures were running well ahead of our projections, so we delayed some purchases. Then the exchange rate for European currencies became more favorable for us. Also all of the cancellations we had made during the past years finally became effective, with the result that our expenditures for serials increased only 0.4%, rather than the 15 - 20% we had feared. The result was that we ended the year with a significant surplus in the book budget, even though we spent 7% more for monographs than last year. We were able to make two large microform purchases: one completed our collection of the Records and Briefs of the U.S. Supreme Court, the other provided the complete files of the Committees on Rules of Practice & Procedure of the U.S. Judicial Conference.

TECHNICAL SERVICES This year we started cataloging the Congressional hearings as individual titles rather than leaving them all together by committee. As a result, the number of titles cataloged increased from 1,564 to 2,543, with little change in our acquisitions pattern. This change in treatment makes clear to anyone searching in the online catalog for a specific hearing that the Law Library as well as Olin Library has that hearing. We have no plans for systematically adding the older hearings titles to the online catalog. Rather a volume will be cataloged only after it has circulated, as is done with all other materials in current use but not in the online catalog. The number of acquisition orders increased. Most of the increase is attributable to decisions made to replace specific treatises that were discovered to be missing during the bar coding project.

PUBLIC SERVICES The stable staff made it possible to have a very productive year. The experienced staff were better able to identify and implement the fine adjustments needed to make online circulation function better in the law library. The reference staff continued their series of lectures on specific research topics. Some of these were so successful that faculty members have asked the reference staff to present them as part of two courses next year, rather than as optional presentations. Especially well received by the law students was a "Bridge the Gap" program, designed to prepare them for summer law firm employment.


COLLECTIONS DAT A

Table la: Growth of Printed Volumes in Unit Library July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993 Table lb: Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library Annex July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993 Table 2a & 2b:

Growth of Non-Book Materials-July 1, 1992-June 30, 1993

Table 3:

Growth of Microform Material - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993

Table 4:

Growth of Manuscript Material - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1a: GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN THE UNIT LIBRARIES - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993

Volumes in Library Beginning of Year

.

Total Volumes in Unit Library

Volumes Subtracted

Volumes Added

Endowed Libraries 13,559 257,006 144,442 25,578 406,298 134,462 41,450 102,681 2,778,188 85,848 166,589

Africans* Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin** Physical Sciences Uris

Sub-Total

4,156,101

7,614

2,495

0

0

411,417

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann*** Veterinary

53,869 179,482 595,564 75,810

Sub-Total

904,725

0

0

TOTAL

5,060,826

0

0

Total Net Volumes Added

•Volumes subtracted to correct error in 1990/91. ••Includes general and special collections •••Includes Entomology

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1b: GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN THE LIBRARY ANNEX - JULY 1,1991 Volumes in Annex Beginning of Year

«

Volumes Subtracted from Annex

Volumes Added to Annex

Total Volumes in Annex End of Year

Endowed Libraries 0

Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin* Physical Sciences Uris

46,862 2,050

0 0 27,728 0 0 278,319 5,579 0

Sub-Total

360,538

0

/

0

0

0

Statutory Libraries Ind. & labor Relations Mann** Veterinary

1,087 39,722 6,697

Sub-Total

47,506

0

0

TOTAL

408,044

0

0

Total Net Volumes Subtracted

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 2a: GROWTH OF NON-BOOK MATERIALS - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993 M OTION

MAPS Beg'ng of Year

FILM STRIPS

& SLIDES

PICTURES End of Year

Beg’ng of Year

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

VID E O -TA P E S Beg’ng End of Year of Year

End of Year

Total Table 2a

Endowed. Libraries Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin* Physical Sciences Uris Sub-Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 199,826 49 0 199,875

0

0

0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2,767 0 146 2,916

1

0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 333 42 3,501 3,876

0

281 30 77 586 132

134

135

0 55 411 444 64 1,572

0

3,652

0

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & labor Relations Mann** Veterinary

0 307 0 0

275

0 3,187

0

0

2 181 0 882

94

0

0 26,844

Sub-Total

3,462

0

307

0

26,938

0

1,065

0

TO TAL

203,337

0

3,223

0

30,814

0

4,717

0

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 2b: GROWTH OF NON-BOOK MATERIALS - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993 SOUND RECORDINGS

Beg’ng of Year

COMPUTER FILES

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

Total Table 2b

Endowed Libraries Africans Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin* Physical Sciences Uris Sub-Total

162 17

34

0 0 320 0 0 38,608 6,777 0 18,734

0 8 4 223 0 1 141 25 5

64,618

Totals From Table 2a

Total Non-Book Materials ( 2 a + 2 b)

0

326

0

441

6

467

0

Slatutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & labor Relations Mann** Veterinary

0 1,600 0 514

11 50 829 440

Sub-Total

2,114

0

1,330

0

TOTAL

66,732

_________ 0

1,771

_________ 0

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 3: GROWTH OF MICROFORM MATERIALS - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993

Endowed Libraries Africans Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin* Physical Sciences Uris Sub-Total

MICROFILM Beg'ng End of of Year Year

MICROFICHE Beg'ng End of of Year Year

1,090 1,247 560 988 5,092 1,763 53 1,135 139,410 460

3 1,465,550 5,987 6,507 381,562 668,303 204 4,279 1,245,496 22,066 85,828

5 /4»? 5,172

0 151,798

MICBQCARP Beg'ng of Year

c //H

I

415,195

0 84,052 0 0 0 42,193 0 929 9,818 0 0

0

3,885,785

210

1,494 31,869 544,077 24,339

__________

Sub-Total

6,117

0

601,779

0

2.701

TOTAL

157,915

________ 0

4,487,564

£

139,693

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann" Veterinary

129 3,600 2,178

0

136,992

MICROPRINT

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

0

0

0

End of Year

0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 1,047,148 0 0

Total Microforms

0

,HSr

420,367

1,047,148

0

0

0

2,701

1,244

__ 0 ______ 0

________ 0_

o 1,244

1,048,392

‘ Includes general and special collections "Includes Entomology

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Table 4 Growth of Manuscript Material - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993 is missing


PUBLIC SERVICES DATA

Table 6:

Materials Use - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993

Table 7:

Reference Services - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993

Table 8:

User Access and Instruction - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 6: MATERIALS USE - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993 in Library Materials Use

Total Materials Use

General Circulation*

Endowed Libraries Africana Annex Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin ** Physical Sciences Uris

84,528*

84,528*

Sub-Total

0

0

Sub-Total

0

0

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & labor Relations Mann*** Veterinary

TO TAL

0

*This figure includes LEXIS/NEXIS and WESTLAW searches by Law faculty and students. ‘ All circulation transactions from the online circulation system are recorded as general circulation. “ Includes general and special collections. ‘"Includes Entomology.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 7: REFERENCE SERVICES - JU LY 1, 1992-JUNE 30,1993

Reference Questions* Answered

. Endowed Libraries Africans Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin** Physical Sciences Uris

'

Com puter Assisted Search Service/ COM PASS

7,706

Sub-Total

1,111

8,817

0

0

_______________

_______________

Sub-Total

0

0

TO TAL

0

0

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann*** Veterinary

Total Reference Services

’ Includes Information, reference, search, and problem questions. “ Includes general and special collections. ‘ “ Includes Entomology.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 8: USER ACCESS AND INSTRUCTION - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993 Bibliographies & Handouts

Average H ours of Operation Per Week

Instruction Sessions Number Participants

Number

Tours Participants

50

323

Endowsd-Ubraries Africans Annex Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Law Management Mathematics Music Olin Physical Sciences Uris

5

75

33

5 17

0

0

0

0

0

Sub-Total

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

Sub-Total

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann Veterinary

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TECHNICAL SERVICES DATA

Table 5: Table 10a:

Material in Process for Cataloging - June 30, 1993 Cataloging of Titles - July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993

Table 10b: Cataloging and Processing of Manuscript Material July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993 Table 10c: Serial and Newspaper Titles Received and Processed July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 5: MATERIAL IN PROCESS FOR CATALOGING-JUNE 30,1993

Volumes/PiBSSS

Processing Center Central Technical Services* ILR Law

±100 v. (no current backlog)

Mann** Music (predominantly audio/video) Olin (special collections)

_______________ TO TAL

0

‘ Includes processing for Africans, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Management, Mathematics, Music, Olin, Physical Sciences and Uris. “ Includes processing for Entomology and Veterinary.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 10a: CATALOGING OF TITLES - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993

Mono­ graphs Endowed Libraries Central Tech. Services* Law Music

Mono­ graphs on Microform

Serials

Serials on Micro­ form

Maps

Audio/ Visuals

Computer Flies

0

2

2

TOTAL

2,542

Reclassified & Recataloged Titles

4,185

783

272

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sub-Total

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Sub-Total

1,416/

67

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann**

Total titles cataloged and recataloged

Includes Africans, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Management, Mathematics, Music, Olin, Physical Sciences and Uris titles. •Includes Entomology and Veterinary titles.

0

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 10b: CATALOGING AND PROCESSING OF MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993

RUN Archives & Manuscripts Records

Collections Processed

Finding Aids Produced

Manuscript Cards Produced

Endowed Libraries Olin*

Statutory Libraries Ind. & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt. Doc. Center

TO TAL

Includes collections in Manuscripts and Archives, Rare Books, History of Science, and Icelandic.

0

0

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 10c: SERIAL & NEWSPAPER TITLES RECEIVED AND PROCESSED - JU LY 1,1992 - JUNE 30,1993

Titles Beginning of Year Endowed Libraries Central Tech. Services** Hotel Law Sub-Total

Statutory Libraries Geneva Exp. Station Ind. & Labor Relations Mann*** Veterinary

Serials____________________ Total Titles Serial Titles Added Subtracted*

38,281 1,374 5,253

272

44,908

0

5,226

299

0

____________________Newspapers Beginning of Year

Titles Added

497 9 7

0

513

Subtracted*

0

Total Newspaper Titles

7

0

0

513

7 4

947 3,679 8,990 1,365

20 4

Sub-Total

14,981

0

0

35

0

0

TO TAL

59,889

0

0

548

0

0

‘ Titles subtracted includes titles that ceased to be published and subscriptions cancelled. “ Includes Africans, Engineering, Fine Arts, Management, Mathematics, Music, Olin, Physical Sciences and Uris titles. “ ‘ Includes Entomology titles. Volumes subtracted total was adjusted following a physical count.

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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION SECTION OF LEGAL EDUCATION AND ADMISSIONS TO THE BAR FALL 1993 LAW SCHOOL ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART III - LIBRARY Report financial figures in whole dollars and all other figures in whole numbers, except where otherwise indicated. If exact figures are not available, enter your best estimate. Space has been provided at the end of the questionnaire to enter any comments on the data re­ ported. An asterisk (*) marks a defined term. It may be helpful to review the definitions in the printed questionnaire before beginning. Return disk, one printed copy, and Dean's Certification Form by November 20, 1993, to: Julia D. Hanrahan Data Specialist American Bar Association Indiana University 550 West North Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 SCHOOL NUMBER Name of Law School: City:

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ITHACA______________

State:

NY

Name of Director:

Claire M. Germain

Name of Person to Receive Inquiries:

Claire M. Germain

Title of Person to Receive Inquiries:

Edward Cornell Law Lib'n

Telephone Number:

(607)255-5857

Fax Number:

(607)255-7193

Ext. ____

ABANET Number: Ending month of library fiscal year (number of month)


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SECTION 1 - INFORMATION RESOURCES (1992-93 Fiscal Year)

a. Added during fiscal year 1. Volumes* (excluding microforms)

b. Withdrawn during fiscal year

c. Held at end of fiscal year

8,189

2,495

420,324

75

0

5,167

375

0

25,835

4. Microfiche* (include microcards)

34,232

214

414,981

5. Volume equivalent of microfiche and microcards (microfiche / 6)

5,705

36

69,164

0

0

0

2. Microfilm reels* 3. Volume equivalent of microfilm reels (microfilm reels x 5)

6. Units of other microform formats 7. Total volumes* and volume equivalents held (Questions lc + 3c + 5c)

515,323

a. Added during fiscal year 8. Titles* (excluding nonbook titles) a. Is title quantity determined by shelf measurement? (Y/N) N 9. Microform titles*

c. Held at end of fiscal year

1,416

406

158,963

850

0

1,331

5

0

519

2,271

406

160,813

10. Other non-book titles* 10a. Total titles (Question 8+9+10)

b. Withdrawn during fiscal year

11. Number of CD-ROM titles held or leased 11a. Number of CD-ROM titles or tape load titles accessible through campus network, if any

7 3

12. Number of active serial subscriptions*

5,484

13. Number of active serial titles* 14. If library is a federal depository, what percentage of items are selected?

5,231 14.9


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SECTION 2 - INFORMATION ACCESS (1993-94 Fiscal Year)

15. Number of microform readers

3

16. Number of microform reader printers

2

17. Number of computer work stations* in the library or under library control: (Do not report a computer work station in more than one category.) a. b. c. d. e.

used predominately by law students used predominately by law school faculty used predominately by law school staff used predominately by law library personnel other (specify):______________________________ _

___

50 0 1 28 0

18. Number of computer printers in the library or under library control:

____

30

19. How many CD-ROM players are installed in work stations identified in Question 17?

___

5

20. Total hours of all online* computer assisted legal research (LEXIS/NEXIS, WESTLAW, DIALOG), last fiscal year 14,581 21. List the integrated automation systems you have, whether or not they are completed: NOTIS ____________ 22. Have you automated any of the following functions? (Y/N) a. c. e. g.

Public catalog _Y Budget & accounting _Y Serials control _Y Other___________________

23. Does the library participate in: ("Participate" means contribute records to the database) 24. This question deleted in 1992-93.

b. Cataloging d. Acquisitions f. Circulation

a. OCLC? b. RLIN? c. WLN?

Y_ N


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SECTION 3 - PERSONNEL (1993-94 Fiscal Year)

25. Number of librarians and other professional staff*

Part-Time

Full-Time

0

9

26. Number of full-time equivalent* part-time librarians and other professional staff* 26a. Number of hours in institution's prescribed work week 27. Number of support staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary part-time support staff)

39.0

_____ 6

28. Number of full-time equivalent* part-time support staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary part-time support staff)

10

3.5

29. This question deleted in 1992-93. 30. Number of hours worked by hourly students and other temporary part-time employees, last fiscal year 31. Average hourly rate paid students or other temporary part-time employees, current fiscal year

9#702 5.26

32. This question deleted in 1992-93. 33. Base salary* for director of law library, current fiscal year 34. Fringe benefits* for director of law library, current fiscal year NOTE: If you do not wish salary information for the director of the law library to be distributed on a confidential basis in our subscription service, please so indicate below. Note that Deans wishing to withhold this information from distribution will not receive the Consultant's salary table for directors of law libraries. WITHHOLD DIRECTOR'S SALARY INFORMATION FROM DISTRIBUTION? (Y/N)

__N

35. Years of professional library experience, director of law library

16

36. Director of law library degrees code*

MF


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37. What is the minimum starting salary you would pay for a candidate new to librarianship for fall 1993? JD only MLS only MLS/JD Other (give degree code*) _______

0 0

38. What are the average and median salaries for the current fiscal year of full-time professional* members of the library staff, other than the director of the law library. Include budgeted but vacant positions eligible to be filled this academic year. a. Average salary b. Median* salary 39. What are the average and median salaries for the current fiscal year of full-time non-professional members of the law library staff? Include budgeted but vacant positions eligible to be filled this academic year. a. Average salary b. Median* salary NOTE:

Additional salary data is requested in Section 8.

SECTION 4 - FINANCIAL RESOURCES (1992-93 Fiscal Year) NOTE:

Report expenditures in one category only.

40. Salaries*/wages (excluding fringe benefits*) paid all law library personnel, including permanent part-time employees and excluding student and temporary part-time employees, last fiscal year 623,544 41. Fringe benefits* paid to law library personnel, last fiscal year

180,828

42. Student and temporary part-time employee wages paid (excluding federal contribution to work/study wages, see Question 57), last fiscal year

33,383

43. Total salaries, wages and fringe benefits paid last fiscal year (Questions 4 0 + 4 1 + 4 2 )

837,755

44. Amount spent for serial subscriptions, last fiscal year (including microform serials and CD-ROMS)

684,746


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45. Amount spent for online legal and nonlegal databases, last fiscal year (not including bibliographic services, see Question 50) a. Amount paid by governing institution b. Amount paid by users (fee-paid searches)

41#428

0 ________ 0

46. Amount spent on acquisition of other library information resources (books, non-serial microforms, audio-visual, CD-ROM not reported in Question 44 and other formats), last fiscal year

69 #159

47. Amount spent on binding and rebinding, last fiscal year

21,948

48. Amount spent on other preservation activities, if any, last fiscal year

28,000

49. Amount spent on library equipment* (purchase, rental, repairs, maintenance) and library supplies, last fiscal year (Do not include automation expenses reported in Question 51)

50,942

50. Amount spent for computer bibliographic services, last fiscal year (e.g. OCLC, RLIN)

________ 0

51. Amount spent (out of your budget) for automation of library operations,* last fiscal year

________ 0

52. Other library expenditures, last fiscal year ____ 14,382 Describe categories: AALL dues, Professional_____________________ Development_____________________________________________ _________ 53. Total amount spent on law library last fiscal year (sum of Questions 43-52) 54. Indicate theamount of fundsin Question 53 spent from endowment orgift income 55. For Questions 44-52, please state the total amount that was for one-time major expenditures: Question ______ ______

1,748,359 27,766

Amount ________ 0 ________ 0 0


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56. Amount spent for law library staff development* during the last fiscal year, regardless of source of funds

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13,493

57. How much new money was raised in the previous fiscal year for the library from the following sources? Private gifts Return on endowment Government grants 58. Total amount budgeted* for law library current fiscal year (include same categories used in Questions 43-52)

0 0 13,536 2,027,141

SECTION 5 - LIBRARY PHYSICAL FACILITIES 59. Net square feet of space assigned for library purposes*

51,534

60. Linear feet of shelving capacity:* a. Occupied by library materials b. Not occupied 61. Number of volumes in working collection counted in Question 7 which are systematically retrievable and stored off-site 62. Number of carrel seats available for library users

64,730 34,852

0 _____ 188

63. Number of non-carrel study seats available for library users

255

64. Number of all study seats available for library users (Question 62 + Question 63)

443


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SECTION 6 - HOURS OF LIBRARY OPERATION

Regular Schedule 65. Number of hours per week library is open a. Hours per week professional staff* on duty b. Hours per week only full-time support staff on duty c. Hours per week only students or other part-time staff on duty 66. Number of hours of reference service provided per week

Abbreviated Schedule*

85

45

64

45

8

0

4

q

56

40

67. Number of weeks per year library operates on: a. Abbreviated schedule*

14

b. Extended schedule

6

68. Is access to the library after hours, without any staff present, generally allowed for: a. Law students?

Y

b. Law faculty?

Y

SECTION 7 - SERVICES TO OFF-SITE PATRONS 69. Requests for services to off-site patrons* last fiscal year: a. Sent by library _____466 c. Received by library ____ 544

b. Filled for library 409 d. Filled by library _____437

70. For the figure reported in 69d,

how many requestswere filled by:

a. b. c. d. e.

Loan of original Photocopy Microform duplication Telefacsimile Other

89 302 15 19 12

71. What provision is made for access to information available through consortia or network arrangements? Answer Y for all that apply. a. b. c. d. e.

Telefacsimile Overnight courier Consortium staff delivery Library messenger E-mail (transmission oftext)

y y n n

N


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SECTION 8 - SALARY DATA (1993-94 Fiscal Year)

The following data is being collected to enhance our ability to provide aggregate salary data by category and geographical area. This data will not be distributed on a line-by-line or individual school basis but only in aggregate form. 72.

Please fill in the requested information for each full-time profes­ sional on the staff, except for the Director. Salaries should be for the current fiscal year. Position and degree codes are listed at the end of the question. For sex, enter M or F. Count only years of professional library experience or their equivalents. Begin list with highest paid position and work down in salary scale until as many lines are filled as possible. Salary S9 6 i o

1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

3 4 , )S0

Position Degree Code Sex Code* X> >4 DM-

M

Pier

/%

p

ML.

ÂŁ

PS

Vs

ML

M* IL V

MIL

7

M J MT

/

H T

PS

l l CM S Z l'o o o ___

Yrs

J L .

Salary 8. ^ ,77-T 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Position Degree Code Sex Code*

Yrs

JL

DD - Deputy Director/Associate Director (Second in charge) DH - Division Head or Associate Director (e.g., head of public or technical services) HD - Department Head PS - Public Service Specialist (e.g. reference, circulation, media, inter-library loan) TS - Technical Services Specialist (e.g., cataloging, acquisitions, serials) C - Computer Specialist GD - Document Specialist FI - Foreign and International Specialist 0 - Other: Degree NB BD ML MJ MF MO GR JD FL -

Codes No bachelor's degree Bachelor's degree is highest degree MLS or equivalent is highest degree MLS and JD both earned MLS and foreign law degree both earned MLS and other graduate degree both earned Other graduate degree is highest degree; no MLS JD or other graduate law degree is highest degree; no MLS Foreign law degree is highest degree; no MLS


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SECTION 9 - COMMENTS 73.

Please Include here any descriptive information or comments you wish to make regarding the data entered in this questionnaire.

50. All RLIN costs are paid by the central university library system. We have no rational way to prorate the Law Library's costs. 51. All costs of maintaining the library's automated system (NOTIS) are paid by the central university library system. We have no way to prorate the Law Library's share of these costs.

Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1993