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CORNELL LAW LIBRARY HIGHLIGHTS July 1995-June 1996

Web Activities. Publication of InSITE, a weekly review of new law Web sites, with direct links through the library home page. Sent to faculty, students, and others via e-mail or print. Online Catalog. Outsourcing of 30,000 catalog records to be converted from the card catalog to the online catalog, under a university library grant of $ 100, 000 . Rare Books. Major work accomplished, including a preservation proposal (for possible alumni gifts), public activities (classes taught, presentations to faculty, staff and alumni, and exhibits), and two articles (by Claire Germain and Barbara Grant) to be published in the July 1996 Cornell Law Forum. Work to be continued in 1996-97. Creation of many catalog records for rare books. Over 400 books relocated from stacks to Rare. Student Services. Intensive training program for students, 40 sessions on 15 different topics, including the Internet, Bear Access, CALI, Web search engines and substantive law research areas (employment law, European Union law). Legal Research Course (PT1). Four law-trained professional librarians now teach PT1, a one-hour semester-long credit course, to the 189 first year students. New Publications. “Federal Law Sources on the Internet,” “Foreign and International Law Sources on the Internet”, “Guide to Federal Regulations.” Available in print and on the library Web, with hypertext links to the Internet sites. New Library Brochures. Three brochures on the Law Library, the Rare Book Room, and “The Case For Preservation.” Faculty Services. Individual liaison program. In-depth research services for classroom and faculty publications. Updating of all faculty bibliographies, published as an appendix to the law school self-study report and on the library Web page. Presentation on electronic case books (May 1996). Foreign and International Law. Collection currently under review. Publication of research guides on the laws of the European Union, the United Nations, Mexico, and South Africa. Publication of “Country Locators” binder, to facilitate use of foreign law collection. Acquisitions/Cataloging Activities. In addition to current cataloging activities,


several projects: cataloging of Romance language titles from the cataloging backlog, and individual fiche titles from World Law Reform Commission set. Completion of in-house retrospective conversion of monographic titles from state jurisdictions (KFA-KFX). Completed reclassification of regional European and New Zealand law materials. Began Australian law materials. Automation of bindery activities. ►

Employee Awards. Celebration of 30 years of service (Crystal Hackett and Nancie McBride) and 15 years (Mae Leckey).

Summer ’96 Renovation Preparation. Enhanced research services and reserve areas, and microforms floor support (postponed until Summer ‘97).

Joint Projects/Participation in: Academic Orientation (minorities), LL.M. Orientation, Judicial Clerkship Program.

Joint Activities with Law School. Fall ’95 library open house, jointly organized parties (chicken barbecue, Valentine’s day for custodians), library staff representation at law school staff meetings.

Joint Projects with Ed. Tech. Regular communication and collaboration on library/Ed. Tech, overlapping areas, Bear Access developments, laptop connections in the library, use of the computer lab, networked CD-ROMs, and network instruction.

Joint Projects with Lll. BigEar project: Annotation of new legal and law-related Web sites; key Internet sources on the Lll legal encyclopedia project (started June 1996)

Law Journal Services. Liaison program with three journals. Provides research training for associates. Extensive online training and equipment support. Interlibrary loan.

Major Shift of Collection. Reorganizing books in stacks for improved access to journals, state materials, and American treatises. Summer ‘95 and Summer ‘96.

Host for 1996 June meeting of the Upstate New York Academic Law Libraries Association.

Host for visit of Yale law librarians. Committee on the use of new technologies.

Alumni Reunion, June 1996. Two library programs on “Legal Information: from Parchment to Cyberspace.” Sessions in the computer lab (surfing the Internet) and in the Rare Book room.

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LIBRARY UPCOMING PROJECTS ►

Reclassification of converted foreign and international law titles to Library of Congress Classification Scheme. Beth Teskey and cataloging staff.

Rare books inventory, preservation and move to secure locations. Brian Eden, temporary Law Rare Book Curator, and staff.

Major shift in Reading Room and stacks. Summer work-study students.

Development of collection development policy manual, by type of material and subject, integrating print and electronic sources. Target date: August 1996. Ref. staff.

Preparations for fall 1996 ABA inspection.

Implementation of Summer 1996 renovations. (Postponed until Summer ‘97)

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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION SECTION OF LEGAL EDUCATION AND ADMISSIONS TO THE BAR FALL 1996 LAW SCHOOL ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART m - LIBRARY

SCHOOL NUMBER______

Law School Name

___Cornell Law School

City

Ithaca

Name of Director

Claire M. Germain

Internet Address of Director

cmgl3@cornell.edu

State

m

Name of Person to Receive Inquiries

Claire M. Germain

Title of Person to Receive Inquiries

Edward Cornell Law Librarian & Pro

Telephone Number

( 607

)

255 - 5857

FAX Number

( 607

)

255 - 7193

Internet Address of Person to Receive Inquiries Ending Month of Library Fiscal Year (Number of Month)

cmgl3@cornell.edu

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CORNELL LAW LIBRARY

STRATEGIC PLAN

OPERATIONAL PLAN FOR 1995-96 SPECIAL PROJECTS

New items are marked with an *

(11/1/95)


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

1.

To develop and maintain a collection of print, electronic and other resources that support the Law School curriculum, programs and research, and other legal information needs.

Objective

1.

To develop and maintain a collection development policy.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

1.

Assign persons to write parts of the policy.

Collection Development Group, John Hasko

Time

1995

2.

Develop guidelines for optimal resource allocation among different formats.

Collection Development Group, John Hasko

Time

1995

4.

Develop ongoing plan to assess the collection.

Collection Development Group, John Hasko

Time

1995

2


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

1.

To develop and maintain a collection of print, electronic and other resources that support the Law School curriculum, programs and research, and other legal information needs.

Objective

2.

To develop an efficient materials selection process. Responsibility

Strategy

4.

Review the selections of depository items and refine selection of item numbers to better meet library needs.

6.

Incorporate weeding and maintenance of desiderata files in all facets of the selection process.

All staff

d.

Collection development Group, John Hasko

Incorporate weeding criteria and procedures into collection assessment plan.

Collection Development Group, Sandy Beehler

Resources Needed

In what year?

Time

1995/96

Time

1995

3


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

1.

To develop and maintain a collection of print, electronic and other resources that support the Law School curriculum, programs and research, and other legal information needs.

Objective 3.

To explore and develop opportunities for resource sharing on campus and with other law libraries. In what year?

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

2.

Seek more active involvement in collection development activities on campus.

Collection Development Group, John Hasko

Time

1995

3.

Assist in re-starting Upstate Law Libraries meetings with Syracuse, Buffalo, Albany law libraries.

Librarians, Claire Germain

Time

1995

4.

Seek more active involvement with other law libraries in foreign law.

Librarians Time Jean Wenger, Claire Germain

1995

4


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective *1.

To provide full and timely access to library materials in all formats for library users.

Strategy

Responsibility

4.

a.

Spend retrospective conversion money.

7.

Reduce Law Library backlog to only those materials waiting for copy.

Resources Needed

1995

Jean Pajerek RCA Cataloging, Jean Pajerek

In what year?

Time

1995

5


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 3.

To provide online services that enable researchers to work efficiently and effectively.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

4.

Present information superhighway to secretaries and other staff.

Reference, Pat Court, Scott Childs Nancy Moore

Time

1995

6.

Explore after-hours access to the law school network with Ed. Tech.

Public Services, Pat Court

Time, money for student staff

1995

7.

Facilitate laptop use in more library locations near research materials.

Administration Claire Germain

Time, Equipment

1995

8.

Refine online checkout for all bindery records.

Nancie McBride, Pat Court, Time, staff Sandy Beehler, Nancy Moore

1995

9.

Explore online checkout for all journals routed.

Nancy Moore

Time, staff

1995

Jean Pajerek/Scott Childs

Time, Staff

1995

10. Develop and maintain web site for library

6


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 4.

To provide personalized service to each law school faculty member through the liaison program.

Strategy

5.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

Conduct a routing service that meets the current awareness needs of the faculty balanced with the routine needs of other library users. e.

Refine routing check-out that allows library library to set workable time limits and accountability.

Circulation, Nancy Moore

Time

1995

f.

Explore further uses of Items Routed database (Gary).

Pat Court

Time

1995

7


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 5.

To be the primary source of information resources for the law school.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

7.

Pat Court

Time, Money

1995

Facilitate direct access to documents through document ordering online.

8


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 6.

To provide effective reference and research assistance.

Strategy

3.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

Pat Court, Nancy Moore

Time, Money

1995

Enable law journals' staff to accomplish research and resource-gathering in an efficient manner. c.

Develop guide to library services for law journals, to ease annual staff transitions.

9


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 7.

To educate researchers through instructional and informational outreach.

Strategy

1.

2.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

Time, Money

1995

Develop a series of publications - in print and online - on legal research resources and strategies. a.

Design a uniform presentation style for similar publications.

Pat Court

e.

Prepare online guides for online resources, to be accessible as help screens where possible, with Ed. Tech.

Pat Court, Scott Childs

Time

1995

Publish - in paper and online - news of use for the research and scholarship conducted in the law school. e.

Develop Library Alert e-mail service for law students.

Scott Childs

Time

1995

f.

Library to become responsible for total layout and production of newsletter.

Pat C., Crystal

Time

1995

10


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 8.

To facilitate use of microform and audio-visual resources.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

3 . Arrange microform cabinets, equipment, and indexes in one area.

Janet Gillespie

Time, Money

1995

6.

Prepare guide to videotape collection for dis­ tribution - in paper and online, with Ed. Tech.

Janet Gillespie

Time, Money

1995

9.

Co-ordinate library AV resources with Educational Technologies' collection and equipment.

Janet Gillespie

Time

1995

10 . Inventory equipment for maintenance, appropriate type and quantity, needs to purchase.

Pat Court, Janet Gillespie Time, Money

1995

11


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

To develop and maintain services to meet research and informational needs of the user communities.

Objective 9.

To provide library services that contribute to the humane environment of the law library.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

1.

Sponsor a social/informational program that brings together library staff and law school staff.

Pat Court

Time, Money

1995

2.

Promote suggestion box use, and broadcast the responses.

Claire Germain, Pat Court

Time

1995

6.

Meet special library needs of law students living in Hughes Hall. b.

Survey of needs.

Pat Court

Time

1995

c.

Presentations to Hughes residents held in the dorm on library issues and resources of concern to them (e-mail, career searches).

Pat Court

Time

1995

12


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

4.

To organize resources and spaces of the library in ways that serve users best.

Objective

1.

To improve service areas on Third Floor.

strategy

*1. 4.

7.

Review Special Reserve Collection

Responsibility

Resources Needed

Claire Germain

In what year?

1995

Provide adequate work space and equipment for staff. b.

Decide on best location for staff offices based on recommendations of Task Force.

Claire Germain

Time

1995

c.

Implement decision.

Law School Facilities , Public Services, Claire Germain

Money

1995

Law School Facilities Pat Court, Claire Germain

Money

Expand reference service area. b.

Implement decision. i. carry out construction needed. ii. move resources and equipment.

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ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

4.

To organize resources and spaces of the library in ways that serve users best.

Objective

2.

To reclassify into Library of Congress classification those materials currently in the Los Angeles Law Library Classification for Foreign Law.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

1.

Complete the reclassification of the General Law (K), European Regional (LAKE1-40), and Australia and New Zealand collections.

Jean Pajerek

Record load to NOTIS, time, catalogers

1995

2.

In cooperation with CUL, obtain and mount for local use the machine-readable Library of Congress Classification records when they become available.

Jean Pajerek

Money, computer programmer resources

1995

*3. Set priorities for other reclassification.

Claire Germain

1995

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ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

4.

To organize resources and spaces of the library in ways that serve users best.

Objective

3.

To arrange the stack book collection in a functional order.

Strategy

3.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

Consolidate library professional reading collection. a.

Appoint committee/person to look at collection and make recommendations,

Claire Germain

Time

1995

b.

Determine space needed to house collection (consider retention).

Committee

Time

1995

c.

Weed and consolidate collection.

Committee

Time

1995

d.

Shelve in call number order if possible.

Shelvers

Time

1995

15


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

5.

To acquire and support the best possible configuration of hardware and software to support the curriculum of the Law School and the work of the Law Library staff and users.

Objective

1.

To seek more technical support for the library's hardware and software. Resources Needed

In what year?

Strategy

Responsibility

1.

Explore shared position with Ed. Tech.

Claire Germain

Money

1995

2.

Evaluate/install/maintain both Law School Network compatible and MAC software for staff use.

Computer support person

Time

1995

3.

Train staff in appropriate software applications.

Computer support person

Time

1995

16


ACTION PLAN FORM

5.

To acquire and support the best possible configuration of hardware and software to support the curriculum of the Law School and the work of the Law Library staff and users.

Objective

3.

To have appropriate computer equipment for staff.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?*

2.

Claire Germain

Time

1995

Define with Ed. Tech, and LTD specific responsibilities for support, equipment and network development.

*4.

Upgrade hardware regularly.

*5.

Upgrade software regularly.

*6.

Acquire appropriate number of work stations.

*7.

Upgrade Technical Services server.

17


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

5.

To acquire and support the best possible configuration of hardware and software to support the curriculum of the Law School and the work of the Law Library staff and users.

Objective

4.

To explore possibilities for cooperation with the Legal Information Institute and Ed. Tech.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

2.

Professional staff

Time

Develop point projects in new areas to increase useful information available to patrons. a.

In what year?

Develop Big Ears Connections. Provide current awareness and joint new law-related web sites.

18


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL 6.

To enhance the preservation of the physical and intellectual library collection and establish an environment that ensures security for that collection and its users.

Objective

1.

To plan and implement a comprehensive preservation effort, using traditional and innovative technology.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

2.

Establish a preservation task force, charged with determining procedures for evaluating at-risk portions of the collection, and determining guidelines for making preservation decisions.

Claire Germain

Staff

1995

3.

Provide training for the Task Force on how to recognize books in need of preservation, and what strategies and technologies are available to preserve either the physical item or its content, or both. Arrange training with CUL Conservation Dept.

Claire Germain

Time

1995

4.

Identify priorities within the collection, and set procedures and timetables for surveying of specific areas.

Claire Germain

Time

1995

5.

Explore feasibility of digitizing part of the 19th century trial collection

Claire Germain

19


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

7.

To promote staff development and growth as a means of maintaining a productive, creative and stable staff.

Objective

1.

To create a climate which encourages staff development.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

6.

Communications Task Force Kathy Hartman

Time

1995

Develop a survey to determine interests for staff development.

20


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

7.

To promote staff development and growth as a means of maintaining a productive, creative and stable staff.

Objective

4.

To improve communication among staff.

Strategy

1.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

Sandy Beehler

Time

In what year?

Improve training of staff at all levels. a.

Hold training sessions (group or individual) for Public Services staff in reading OPRs and finding checkin information online.

21


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SECTION 1 - INFORMATION RESOURCES FOR PROFILING PURPOSES (1996-97 Fiscal Year) a. Added during fiscal year 1.

Titles (excluding non-book titles)

2,496

2.

Microform titles

1,301

3.

Other non-book titles

4.

Number of CD-ROM titles held or leased a.

Total titles (1-4)

b.

Number of CD-ROM titles or tape load titles accessible through campus network, if any

b. Withdrawn during fiscal year 185

_______ Q.

8

0

C.

Held at end of fiscal year 164,671 ___ 4,441 .550

20

___ 3*805

_____ mi.

169,682

100+

5.

Number o f active serial subscriptions ___ 6 .P21

6.

Number o f active serial titles

7.

If library is a federal depository, what percentage of items are selected?

8.

Volumes (excluding microforms)

9.

Microfilm reels

10.

Volume equivalent of microfilm reels (microfilm reels x 5)

11.

Microfiche (including microcards)

12.

Volume equivalent of microfiche and microcards (microfiche / 6 )

13.

Units of other microform formats

14.

Total volumes and volume equivalents held (8+ 10+ 12)

5,766

11% 10,309

1,380

444,210

44

0

5,363

220

0

26,815

34.249

35

604.092

5,708

6

100,682

0

0

16,237

1,386

__ Q_

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SECTION 2 - INFORMATION ACCESS & SERVICES TO OFF-SITE PATRONS

15.

Number of microform readers.

16.

Number of microform reader printers. Does the library participate in: ("participate" means contribute records to the database)

4

a. OCLC ? b. RUN ? c. WLN ?

_____2 N Y N

Is the library a member of any consortia providing resource sharing, mutual access to services, cooperative collection development or other collaborative activities among the participating libraries? (Y/N) y IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 18 IS YES, PLEASE RESPOND TO QUESTIONS 19-29. IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 18 IS NO, PLEASE SKIP TO QUESTION 30. 19.

How many such consortia does the library participate in?

_2

20.

Does the answer to Question 19 include participation in OCLC, RLIN or WLN? (Y/N)

Y

21

What is the nature of the access which is available to law school faculty or students through the consortia or network? (Answer Y to all that apply.) a. b. c. d. e.

22.

On-site use of collections Y On-site borrowing privileges ___ Priority, mediated1, off-site borrowing/copying Y Priority, self-initiated2, off-site borrowing/copying ___ Linked public catalogs ___

Does the library provide on-site reference assistance to faculty and students from participating law schools? (Y/N)

_Y

1 "M e d ia te d " m eans requests sent by library s ta ff. 2 "Self-initiated" means any arrangement by any means (e.g. via a com m o n online catalog, E-mail, telephone, telefacsim ile) which permits law faculty and students to re q u es t th e delivery of d o cu m en ts fro m a participating library w ith o u t the intervention of a librarian.


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23.

24.

25.

26.

Does the library provide other than on-site reference assistance (e.g., assistance by telephone or e-mail) to faculty and students from participating law schools? (Y/N)

N

Do the consortia have active cooperative or shared collection development programs in which the law library participates? (Y/N)

Y

Do the consortia have other collaborative programs in which the law library participates? (If the answer to this question is YES, please list these programs in the "Comments" section of Part III.)

Y

What modes of delivery are available for material from the collections of participating libraries? (Answer Y to all that apply.) a. b. c. d. e. f. g-

27.

Telefacsimile Courier Service Consortium/Network staff delivery Library Messenger E-mail (text transmission) Image transmission Other

Y N N N N

How many requests for material (to or from consortia libraries) were handled by the law library last fiscal year?3 a. b.

28.

PA G E 4

Sent by library Filled for library

c. d.

22!?

Rec’d. by library Filled by library

401_ 267

With regard to the total reported in 27b, how many requests were filled by: a. b. c. d. e. f.

Loan of original Photocopy Microform Duplication E-mail (Text transmission) Image transmission Other

221 167 2 —

3 Requests from participating libraries should include direct (e.g. s elf-in itia te d ) requests from patrons if th a t inform ation is available. QUESTU 1397.1


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29.

With regard to the total reported in 27d, how many requests were filled by: a. b. c. d. e. f.

30.

Sent by library Filled for library

_2_ __1

c. d.

Rec’d. by library Filled by library

_32_ _2i

With regard to the total reported in 30b, how many requests were filled by: a. b. c. d. e. f.

32.

sa 179 ___ ___ ----___

How many requests for material (to or from non-consortia libraries) were handled by the law library last fiscal year? a. b.

31.

Loan of original Photocopy Microform Duplication E-mail (Text transmission) Image transmission Other___________________ _

Loan of original Photocopy Microform Duplication E-mail (Text transmission) Image transmission Other________ ___________

—2_ 7 —

With regard to the total reported in 30d, how many requests were filled by? a. b. c. d. e. f.

Loan of original Photocopy Microform Duplication E-mail (Text transmission) Image transmission Other _________ _____

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SECTION 3 - PERSONNEL Part-Time 33.

34. 35.

36.

Number of full-time equivalent part-time librarians and other part-time professional staff: (Do NOT include professional librarians here; they are included in Part V - Profiles). Number of support staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary part-time support staff):

Full-Time ______ 0_

2

_____ L2_

Number of full-time equivalent part-time support staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary part-time support staff): Number of hours worked by hourly students and other temporary part-time employees, last fiscal year:

1.2 9,370

SECTION 4 - LIBRARY PHYSICAL FACILITIES

39.

Net square feet of space assigned for library purposes:

51,534

40.

Linear feet of shelving capacity: a. Occupied by library materials b. Not occupied

69,504 ^Q,Q78

Number of volumes in working collection counted in Question 14 which are systematically retrievable and stored off-site:

_____ 0

Number of volumes counted in Question 14 which are stored off-site and are not systematically retrievable:

_____ 0

41.

42.

43.

Number of carrel seats available for library users:

200

44.

Number of non-carrel study seats available for library users:

209

45.

Total study seats available for library users (Question 43 + Question 44):

409

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SECTION 5 - HOURS OF LIBRARY OPERATION Regular Schedule ____ 85_

46.

Hours per week professional staff on duty: 61

b. c.

48.

49.

45

Number o f hours per week library is open: a.

47.

Abbreviated Schedule

Hours per week only full-time support staff on duty: Hours per week only students or other parttime staff on duty:

20 _____ 4_

Number of hours of reference serviceprovided per week:

56

Number of weeks per year library operates on: a. Abbreviated Schedule 15 b. Expanded Schedule

45

_____ 0_ _____ 0_

40

6

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

QUEST\1 1397.1

Y

b. Law faculty?

y

c.

Others

n __________


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SECTION 6 - COMPUTERS

50.

Total hours (including off-site) of online computer assisted legal research (Lexis/Nexis, Westlaw, Dialog) used by faculty, students and staff on or off-campus: 17,886

51.

Total number of computer workstations used by faculty, staff and students: a. b. c. d. e.

Used predominantly Used predominantly Used predominantly Used predominantly Other (specify):

by by by by

law students: law school faculty: law school staff: library personnel:

___ ___ ___ ™

10 Bear Access; 5 dedicated Lexis; 5 dedicated Westlaw; 1 LegalTrac

52.

What percent of these are the responsibility of the library: a. b. c. d. e.

Used predominantly Used predominantly Used predominantly Used predominantly Other (specify):

by by by by

law students: law school faculty: law school staff: library personnel:

___ ___ ___ _60%

100 % ( 7 5

10 Bear Access: 5 dedicated Lexis; 5 dedicated Westlaw; 1 LegalTrac

53.

Does the law school operate local area networks, if so, how many?

54.

Who is chiefly responsible for computer operations? Library ----Law School Computer Department ----Both Law School and Library ----Other ________ __ _____ ______________________

55.

List the total number of full-time equivalent law school personnel who devote a majority of their time to computer operations, maintenance, management:

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56.

What provisions does the law school have for CD-ROM applications: Library: Stand-alone player workstations for multiple users: ________ 0_ Stand-alone player workstations for individual users (e.g. in staff or faculty offices): ________ L CD-ROM Network: Number of players attached:

__________

Law School (not included in above): Stand-alone player workstations for multiple users: __________ Stand-alone player workstations for individual users (e.g. in staff or faculty offices): __________ CD-ROM Network: Number of players attached: 57.

---------------

Do you have a fully integrated catalog including acquisitions, serials control, cataloging and circulation?

YES

x

NO

PARTIAL

If no, do you expect to have one?

Y E S___

NO

PARTIAL

If so, when do you expect it to be completed? 58.

Are any other law school services such as registrar, admissions, etc., on local systems?

----------------

Are they networked?

----------------

a. b. 59.

---------------------------- _

Financial Aid Registrar

___ ___

c - Admissions d. Other

---------

Are some law school and/or library services supported by the campus or other external mainframes? If so, which ones: a. b. c. d. e.

Financial Registrar Admissions Library catalog Other

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60.

What library catalog access points are available to users: a. b. c. d.

Library only _JL Dial up from home or faculty office —!_ Via telnet of local area or other packet switching network _ L Available to all Internet users worldwide _L

Note: Questions 61 and 62 were added to fulfill consumer information disclosure requirements. 61.

Number of computer workstations, consisting of monitor and keyboard, furnished by the law school and used predominantly by students. _____

62.

How many networked connections are available to students within the law library or elsewhere in the law school (excluding those already counted in 61.)? _____

SECTION 7 - COMMENTS 61.

Please include here any descriptive information or comments you wish to make regarding the data entered in this questionnaire. 25.

RLG has working groups for law libraries, which have had projects such as teaching Eureka for legal research.

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D.

Library Salaries 1.

Salaries paid all professional law library personnel

$ 395,855

2.

Support staff salaries (non-professionals)

$ 317,323

3.

Temp. Part-Time and Student Employees (not work study)

$

4.

Student Work Study (include both federal and institutional contribution)

$ 34,922

19,728

Use the "Other" category only if it is not reasonable to include in any category listed above. 5.

Other (explain _______________ )

$________ Self Total D

E.

$ 767,828

Other Salaries Not Included Elsewhere 1.

Research Assistants

$________

2.

Graduate Program Administration

$________

3.

Foreign Program Administration

$________

4.

Clinical Salaries not included elsewhere

$________

5.

Student Work Study excluding library (including federal, state and institutional contributions) $________

Use the "Other" category only if it is not reasonable to include in any category listed above. 6.

Other (explain____________ _ )

$-----------Self Total E

QUESTU 9273.1

$________


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Fringe Benefits (If you are unable to enter fringe benefits by category and must therefore enter a single figure do not answer questions 1 through 5, skip to question 6 and insert total fringes.) 1.

Instruction (A 1-6)

$________

2.

Summer School (Bl-3)

$________

3.

Administrative and Student Services (Cl-14)

$________

4.

Library (D l-5)

$ 245,054

5.

Other (El-6)

$

6.

Total fringes (Only answer if fringes cannot be broken out in lines 1 - 5 . )

____

$ _________

Self Total F G.

$_______

Library Operations (Please be careful to avoid double counting. Expenditures included here should not also be included in the general law school expenditure section - Section H.) NOTE: This section must be completed in consultation with the Director of the Law Library. 1.

Serial Subscriptions (including microform serials & CD-ROMS) $ 799,609

2.

On-Line Legal and Nonlegal Databases (not including bibliographic services, see G-3)

$ 58,014

3.

Acquisition of Other Library Information Resources (books, non-serial microforms, CD-ROMS not reported above, audio-visual, and $ 141,256 other)

4.

Binding and Rebinding

$ 26,416

5.

Preservation Activities

$

325

6.

Computer Bibliographic Services (e.g., OCLC, RLIN)

$

0

7.

Amount Spent from Law Library Budget for Automation of Library Services $

0

8.

Library Equipment (purchase, rental, repair, maintenance)

$ 16,305

9.

Library Supplies, Postage and Similar Expenses (Do not include supplies and expenses reported in Section H.)

$ 18,457

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Travel

$

21,825

Use the "Other� category only if it is not reasonable to include in any category listed above. 11.

Other (explain communications/Xnsurances, fees, etc. [Self Total G]

H.

$25,276 $ 1,107,483

Law School Expenses (exclude library) Include here expenses other than compensation. (First report all expenses related to lines 1, 2, 3 &"4 then report expenseVfor lines 5-15. In calculating the expenses for lines 5^17, be certain to exclude those already reported in lines 1, 2, 3 & 4.) (Do rjOt include in this section library expenses already reported in Section G. Expenses related to facilities maintenance ana^peration should be reported in Section K, not here.) 1.

Law Reviews

Journals

/

$

2.

Moot Court and Ofher Student Competitions (include travel)

3.

Student Organizations, hfewspaper; & Travel Expenses (if funded through the la ^ c h o o l.)

4.

Expenses related to CLE

Equipment Purchase, Rental, Repair ai

ntenance

Faculty ancfother instructional person (excludesm administrative travel)

lyel

Adrrpnistrative Travel (e.g., deans, admissions, de> s(opment) telephones

\

Supplies (including instructional) Publications (Including catalogs, alumni magazines, brochures, advertising, promotion, etc...)

QUESTM9273.1

$ $ v$


PRESERVATION Year Ending: June 30, 1996__________ If there is nothing to report, return form with your unit's statistics. Preservation Statistics will be used for the annual report to the Assoc, of Research Libraries. Unit Reporting:

Law Library

Personnel Professional Staff

Non-Prof'l Staff

Student Assistants

Total

Preservation Staff in Unit (incl. administrators). FTE

0.00

Staff engaged in Library­ wide preservation activities (incl. those mentioned above). FTE

.5

•2

$12,300

$2,460

-7

Expenditures Salaries & Wages Staff engaged in Library­ wide Preserv. activities

Contract Expenditures Conservation Commercial binding s? 4 . 7 q 6 .an Photocopying Microfilming Conservation Photography Other contract expend. Total Contract Expenditures

$14,760

$24,796.80

Preservation Supplies

$325

Preservation Equipment TOTAL PRESERVATION EXPEND, (incl. Total Salaries & Wages) Total Preservation Expenditures from External Sources

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$39,881.80

o^etj


Contract

In-House

Conservation Treatment (No. of Volumes & Pamphlets) Level 1

Level 2 Level 3 Total (Levels 1+2+3) Unbound sheets treated Photographs & non-paper items Custom fitted protective enclosures constructed

Commercial Binding No. of Volumes bound or rebound in-house (using commercial binding methods/materials) Mass Treatment No. of bound volumes/pamphlets mass deacidified No. of Linear Feet of Manuscripts mass deacidified Preservation Photocopying (No. of bound volumes/pamphlets photocopied in their entirety) Preservation Photocopying (No. of manuscripts photocopied in their entirety)

_

188

__ __________0

0


Preservation Microfilming Production _______ Roll Film_________ Contract______ In-House

Total Volumes Total Titles Total Exposures

Volumes Preserved by Digitization:

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___________Fiche________ Contract In-House


CORNELL U N I V E R S I T Y Office of the Associate University Librarian

201 John M . Olin Library Ithaca, N Y 14853-5301 Telephone: 607/255-3689 Fax: 607/255-9346

October 29, 1996 SUBJECT: ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORT 1995-96 Dear Reader: As in the past, this year's annual statistical report records the size of the Library's collections as of June 30 and recognizes the staff effort during the fiscal year to provide library services to the Cornell community. Totals for printed volumes, microforms, archival collections, and non-book formats are included in the section on the Library's resources. The services section highlights the use of the Library for teaching, learning and research. Statistics for the CISER Data Archive, an affiliate of the Cornell Library, and the Medical College Library and Archive appear at the end of the report. There are few surprises this year, with one notable exception. The sharp decline in the number of reference transactions is primarily the result of a decision to revise the method of counting. The standard definition, used nationally for reporting research library statistics, specifies that only questions that involve the use and interpretation of the library's collections may be included. The Cornell Library is now in line with this definition, and as a result, the recorded number of transactions decreased markedly this year. The report features four tables of comparative data. Two tables, Table 6a, Growth of Resources, and Table 14, Growth of Services, build on the information presented in last year's report. Table 6a shows a seven-year continuation of the steady growth in the size of most of the collections. Some formats such as video tapes and computer files are growing rapidly, at 59% and 78% respectively. Microcard and microprint materials are no longer produced, and as a result these collections are static. The filmstrip and slide collection decreased in size because of a decision by the College of Veterinary Medicine to move their filmstrips and slides from the care of the library to another unit. A correction to the count of newspaper subscriptions in 1992/93 is the reason for the decline shown on the table. The number of items waiting for cataloging has dropped since the high point in 1993/94, but the total is still larger than most of the libraries at Cornell. Table 6b provides detail about the growth from June 1990 to June 1996 of printed volumes (the total of monographs and bound volumes of serials added to collections during the year) in the various libraries.


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Although the table shows slow growth in the Hotel, Management, and Uris libraries, and a decrease in the collections at the Geneva Experiment Station Library, the growth rate for the libraries was 12%, an average of 2% a year. Table 14, Growth of Services, shows major increases in most categories over the seven year span of the table. The sharp decline in reference services is primarily the result of the revised method of counting explained above. The elimination of the New York State Interlibrary Loan by the State is the major cause of the decrease in lending at Cornell, while it is increasing nationwide. The 4.8 million searches of networked electronic databases illustrate the strong demand for electronic sources, many purchased from commercial suppliers, and intense use of the Library's catalog. The 43% increase in the number of instructional sessions is evidence of the renewed commitment to this program throughout the Cornell Library, particularly in the Rare and Manuscript Collections, and the intense interest by faculty and students in learning how to use electronic sources. Table 16, new this year, shows expenditures over time, by library unit. Some caution should be used in interpreting this table as it reflects changing administrative relationships over time and includes some large systemwide expenses that are not easily divided among the administrative units. The totals for each of the six years include employment expenses, collections spending, and operating expenses. This table highlights the dramatic growth in support for preservation (60%) and library computer operations (64%), and the decline in support for the statutory libraries by the State of New York. Both the Geneva Library and the ILR Library saw negative percentage changes. Mann Library with a 7% increase and the Veterinary Library with a 3% increase were far behind the endowed libraries with increases ranging from a high of 42% to a low of 15%. The last two lines of Table 16, the CPI and the relative 1971 dollar value and the 1971 dollar base value, show the decline in purchasing power of the Library's dollars. Controlled for inflation, the Library's total expenditures increased by only $358,000 or 3.8%, over six years. This is far less encouraging than the increase in total expenditures in nominal dollars of $6.7 million or 20%. Sincerely,

Lau icim c m u iia^“i\uDi

Associate University Librarian CMR:lcc


Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1 9 9 5 /9 6

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY - ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96 TABLE OF CONTENTS Definition of Terms Used.......................................................................................iii Library Resources Table la Growth of Printed Volumes in the Libraries — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996............................................ 1 Table lb Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library Annex — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996......................................... 2 Table lc Printed Volumes — June 30,1996 .......................................................................... 3 Table 2a Growth of Non-Book Materials — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996 ..................................................... 4 Table 2b Growth of Non-Book Materials — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996 ..................................................... 5 Table 3 Growth of Microform Material — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996 ...................................................... 6 Table 4 Growth of Manuscript Material — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996 ..................................................... 7 Table 5 Material in Process for Cataloging — June 30,1996 ............................................................. 8 Table 6a Growth of Resources — Fiscal Years 1989/90 to 1995/96......................................................... 9 Table 6b Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library — Fiscal Years 1989/90 to 1995/96........................................ 10 Library Services Table 7 Materials Use — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996 ................................................................. 11 Table 8a Networked Electronic Databases — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996....................................................12 Table 8b Mann Gateway Database Access — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996.................................................... 13 Table 9 Reference Services — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996............................................................... 14 Table 10 User Access and Instruction — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996........................................................ 15 Table 11 Interlibrary Lending and Borrowing — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996.................................................. 16 Table 12a Cataloging of Titles — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996............................................................. 17 Table 12b Cataloging and Processing of Manuscript Material — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996.......................................18 Table 12c Serial and Newspaper Titles Received and Processed — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996.....................................19 Table 13 Preservation Activity — July 1, 1995 -June 30,1996............................................................ 20 Table 14 Growth of Services — Fiscal Years 1989/90 to 1995/96............ :................... ........................21 Library Expenditures Table 15 Expenditures — July 1,1995 -June 30,19%................................................................... 22 Table 16 Expenses Over Time — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1995/96.........................................................23 CiSER Data Archive Table 17 Resources and Services — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996.......................................................... 24 Cornell Medical College Table 18 Library Resources — July 1,1995 -June 30,19%............................................................... 25 Table 19 Library Services — July 1,1995 -June 30,1996................................................................ 26

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Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1 9 9 5/96 Definition of Terms

til


DEFINITION O F T E R M S U S E D IN T H E C U L A N N U A L STATISTICAL R E P O R T

Added: Added physical units or titles are those units or titles that have been cataloged according to A n g l o - A m e r i c a n C a t a l o g i n g R u l e s or for which other inventory records have been made available to users (e.g. minimal or provisional catalog records, accession records, or records in a database file). Circulation: The act of lending an item from the library's collection for use generally (although not always) outside the library. This activity includes charging, either manually or electronically, and also renewals, each of which is reported as a circulation transaction. S e e m a t e r i a l s u s e . Instruction sessions: Information contacts in which a staffmember, or a person invited by a staffmember, provides information intended for a number of persons and planned in advance. Information service to groups may be either bibliographic instruction or library use presentations, or itmay be cultural, recreational, or educational presentations. Presentations both on and off the library premises are included as long as they are sponsored by the library. Does not include meetings sponsored by other groups using library meeting rooms. Interlibrary loan: A transaction in which library material, or a copy of material, is made available by one library to another upon request. It includes both lending and borrowing. The libraries involved in interlibrary loan are not under the same administration or on the same campus. Manuscripts: Works written by hand or typed, including manuscript books, dissertations, letters, speeches, etc., legal papers, including printed forms completed in manuscript, and collections of such manuscripts. Includes archival material. Materials use: Includes circulation and reserve transactions. In-library materials use is a count of material consulted by users in the library (not loaned), and reshelved by the staff. Microforms: Photographic reproductions of textual, tabular, or graphic material reduced in size so that they can be used only with magnification. The two main types of microforms are microreproductions on transparent material, including roll microfilm, aperture cards, microfiche, and reproductions on opaque material. Networked electronic databases: Machine readable collections of information available through the campus computer network, not located in sets in the library, including commercial databases, and files listing library holdings or bibliographic records. Non-book materials: Materials that are displayed by visual projection or magnification or through sound reproduction, or both, including sound recordings, motion pictures and video recordings, and graphic materials. Also included are maps and computer files. Printed volume: A single physical unit of any printed, typewritten, handwritten, mimeographed, or processed work, distinguished from other units by a separate binding, encasement, portfolio, or other clear distinction, which has been cataloged, classified, and made ready for use which is typically the unit used to charge circulation transactions. Includes monographs and bound volumes of serials. Reference transaction: An informational contact that involves the knowledge, use, recommendations, interpretation, or instruction in the use of one or more information sources by a member of the library staff. The term includes information and referral service. Information sources include: 1)printed and nonprinted materials; 2) machine-readable databases (including computer-assisted instruction); 3) the library's own catalogs Page iii


Definitions (continued): and other holdings records; 4) other libraries and institutions through communication or referral; and 5) persons both inside and outside the library. When a staff member utilizes information gained from previous use of information sources to answer a question, report as a reference transaction even ifthe source is not consulted again during this transaction. Directional transactions must N O T be counted as reference transactions. Serial: A publication in any medium issued in successive parts bearing numerical or chronological designations and intended to be continued indefinitely. Includes periodicals; newspapers; annuals (reports, yearbooks, etc.); the journals, memoirs, proceedings, transactions, etc. of societies; and numbered monographic series. Sound recordings: Material on which sounds (only) are stored (recorded) and that can be reproduced (played back) mechanically or electronically, or both. This includes audiocassettes, audiocartridges, audioreels, talking books, compact disks, and other sound recordings. Subtracted: Physical units that are withdrawn from CUL, or transferred from one C U L library to another. Title: The designation of a separate bibliographic whole, whether issued in one or several volumes, reels, discs, slides, or other parts. A book or serial title may be distinguished from other such titlesby its unique International Standard Book or Serial Number. The term applies equally to print, audiovisual, and other library materials. For unpublished works, itis the term used to designate a manuscript collection or an archival record series. When vertical files materials are counted, a file folder is considered a title. Withdrawn: Withdrawn physical units or titles are those units or titles that have been removed from library collections and for which catalog records have been removed or marked to indicate that the units are no longer in the collections. S e e a l s o a d d e d a n d s u b t r a c t e d .

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96-juiyi.i995-june30, 19% Library Resources Table la Table lb Table lc Table 2a Table 2b Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6a Table 6b

Growth of Printed Volumes in the Libraries.......................................................................................... 1 Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library A nnex............................................................................... 2 Printed Volumes as of June 30, 1996.........................................................................................................3 Growth of Non-Book Materials................................................................................................................ 4 Growth of Non-Book Materials................................................................................................................ 5 Growth of Microform Material................................................................................................................. 6 Growth of Manuscript Material................................................................................................................ 7 Material in Process for Cataloging............................................................................................................. 8 Growth of Resources — Fiscal Years 1989/90 to 1995/96......................................................................9 Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library — Fiscal Years 1989/90 to 1995/96.............................10


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1a: GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN THE LIBRARIES — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30, 1996 Volumes in Library Beginning of Year

Volumes Added

Volumes Subtracted

Total Volumes in Library

Endowed Libraries Africana Engineering

410 9,865

287

15,306

2 87,352

262

2 96 ,95 5

Fine Arts

152,478

5 ,989

381

158,086

Hotel

2 4,483 2 01,314

1,636

1,264

2,067

0 1,380 524 257

2 4,8 55 203,381

15,183

Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music

4 23 ,82 4 137,331 4 5,5 00 111,952

10,289 3,490 1,719

2 ,83 2,38 9 92,526

3,781 82,901 3,164

173,503

4 32 ,73 3 140,297 4 6,9 62 115,549

4 ,338

184 4 ,794 808 15,024

2 ,91 0 ,4 9 6 9 4,882 162,817

4,49 7,83 5

129,649

2 5,165

4 ,60 2 ,3 1 9

5 4,762

6,536 4 ,739 1,010 0

4 8 ,8 2 0 194,847

8 0,679

594 6,336 14,193 2,377

6 50 ,51 0 8 3,0 56

Subtotal

966,018

2 3,500

12,285

9 77 ,23 3

TOTAL

5 ,463,853

153,149

3 7,450

5 ,57 9,55 2

Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

193,250 6 37,327

Total Net Volumes Added to Libraries

115,699

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UBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1b: GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN LIBRARY ANNEX — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Volumes in Annex Beginning of Year

Volumes Added to Annex

Volumes Subtracted from Annex

Total Volumes in Annex End of Year

Endowed Libraries 0 46,823 5,242 0 0 0 20,748 0 0 245,505 5,580 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,324 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 0 0

0 46,823 5,242 0 0 0 20,748 0 0 246,788 5,580 0

323,898

1,324

41

325,181

0 1,087 39,703 6,694

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 1,087 39,703 6,694

Subtotal

47,484

0

0

47,484

TOTAL

371,382

1,324

41

372,665

Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

Total Net Volumes Added to the Library Annex

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1,283


LIB R A R Y R ESO U R C ES TABLE 1c: PRINTED VOLUMES as of JUNE 30,1996

Volumes in Library

Volumes in the Annex

Total Volumes

Endowed Libraries 15,306

0

15,306

Engineering

2 96,955

4 6,823

Fine Arts

158,086 2 4,855 203,381

5,242

343,778 163,328

Africans

Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics

4 32 ,73 3 140,297 4 6,962 115,549 2 ,910,496

0 0 0 20,748 0

24,855 203,381 4 32,733 161,045 4 6,9 62 115,549 3 ,157,284

94,882 162,817

0 246,788 5,580 0

4 ,60 2,31 9

325,181

4 ,92 7,50 0

4 8,8 20 194,847

4 8,8 20 195,934

6 50 ,51 0 8 3,056

0 1,087 39,703 6,694

690,213 8 9,7 50

Subtotal

9 77,233

47,484

1,024,717

TOTAL

5,579,552

372,665

5,952,217

Total Printed Volumes - June 30, 1996 Total Printed Volumes - June 30,1995

5,952,217 _____ 5,835,235

Total Growth of Printed Volumes - July 1,1995 - June 30,1996

_______116,982

Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal

100,462 162,817

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 2a: GROWTH OF NON-BOOK MATERIAL — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Motion Pictures End Beg'ng of Year of Year

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

Video Tapes Beg'ng End of Year of Year

Endowed Libraries Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management

398

0

0 0

0

0

0 333

0

151 * 699 444

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0 0

0

1,369 0

2 ,767 1

2,77 0 1

0 2

0

2 13 ,3 2 0

0 0 0 2 16,652

202 0

202 0

214 ,88 4

289

1,362 0 0

0 0 0

606 0 0

65

140 8 71

TOTAL Table 2a

484

484

76

76 161

161 1,036 573 140 20

1,036 5 ,318 141 20

82

84

540 683 123

552 1,004

193 0

0 146

0 0 146

0 193 0

20 3 ,503

20 3 ,503

127

745 2 17,656 349

1,915

2 ,207

5 ,856

2 18 ,22 3

2,916

2,919

4 ,04 9

4 ,322

5,088

6,462

2 31 ,92 6

0 439

0

0 94

12

301

370

460

3 ,189

0

445 0

0 94

12

0 3 ,187

289 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 2 7,488

999 3 ,189

2 7,488

1023

1029

2 8,5 17

Subtotal

3,47 6

3,478

439

445

2 7,582

2 7,582

1,405

1,501

33,006

TOTAL

218,360

221,701

3,355

3,364

31,631

31,904

6,493

7,963

264,932

Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal

0 0

0 0

2 0

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

* Corrected figure.

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 2b: GROWTH OF NON-BOOK MATERIAL — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Sound Recordings Beg'ng End of Year of Year

Computer Files Beg'ng End of Year of Year

Total Table 2b

Totals From Table 2a

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

Endowed Libraries 266 64 0 19 7,391 356 0 5 41,610 210 0 21,264

266 64 0 21 7,689 356 0 5 42,272 294 0 21,283

0 89 0 16 0 11 553 34 7 739 136 28

1 199 0 20 0 13 814

263 0 41 7,689 369 814

39 7 863 201 45

71,185

72,250

1,613

Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

10 1,678 0 538

10 1,692 0 538

Subtotal

2,226

TOTAL

73,411

Africans Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal

267

44 42,279 1,157 201 21,328

484 76 161 1,036 5,318 141 20 84 745 217,656 349 5,856

128 43,024 218,813 550 27,184

2,202

74,452

231,926

306,378

24 67 1,534 40

29 179 1,672 44

39 1,871 1,672 582

301 999 3,189 28,517

340 2,870 4,861 29,099

2,240

1,665

1,924

4,164

33,006

37,170

74,490

3,278

4,126

78,616

264,932

343,548

Total Non-book Material - June 30, 1996 Total Non-book Material - June 30, 1995

343,548 336,528

751 339 161 1,077 13,007 510 834

Statutory Libraries

Total Growth of Non-book Materials - July 1,1995 - June 30,1996

7,020

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 3: GROWTH OF MICROFORM MATERIAL — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Microfilm

Microfiche

Beg'ng

End of

of Year

Year

Beg'ng of Year

Microcard

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

_____ Microprint

End of Year

Beg'ng

End of Year

of Year

TOTAL Microforms

Endowed Libraries Africana Engineering

1,633

2,007

7

7

0

0

0

0

2,014

1,332

1,794,713

0

5,993

0

0

0 0

1,880,235 6,563

1,010 5,322

9,143 17,299 569,878

5,993 9,236

84,052 0

84,052

570 1,007

1,470 570

1,726,721

Fine Arts

19,099

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

10,246 24,421

604,092 808,336 1,275 5,285

0

0

0

0

609,455

42,193 0 550

42,193

0

0

0 550 9,998

0 0 1,047,148

0 0 1,047,148

853,103 1,328 7,064 2,756,421

0 0

0 0

0 0

105,195

1,047,148

1,047,148

6,280,927

Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris Subtotal - Endowed Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations

5,363 2,574

1,191 145,722

53 1,229 148,652

805,075 205 5,281 1,478,841

996 0

1,092 0

23,468 105,381

165,582

169,342

4,747,292

129

129 6,162

2,446 53

5,973 2,918

1,550,623 23,790 105,195

9,998 0 0

4,927,644

136,793

136,793

1,514

1,514

0

0

0

0

1,643

32,636 603,180

33,312

0 2,701

0

0 1,244

0 1,244

39,474 632,467

0

0

25,948

625,323 25,738

0

2,701 0

210

Subtotal - Statutory

9,230

9,700

663,030

685,887

2,701

2,701

1,244

1,244

699,532

TOTAL

174,812

179,042

5,410,322

5,613,531

139,494

139,494

1,048,392

1,048,392

6,980,459

Veterinary

25,700

24,882

3,199 210

Mann/Entomology

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5,313 5,319

Total Microform Material - June 30,1996 Total Microform Material - June 30,1995

6,980,459 6,773,020

Total Growth of Microform Material - July 1,1995 - June 30,1996

207,439


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 4: GROWTH OF MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Cubic Feet at Beginning of Year

Cubic Feet Added

17,635

527

18,162

Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Documentation Center

9,657

188

9,845

Subtotal

27,292

715

28,007

Cubic Feet at End of Year

Unit Libraries/Departments Kroch Rare & Manuscript Collections

Library Annex Kroch Rare & Manuscript Collections

21,067

18

21,085

Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Documentation Center

___________ 6,464

__________ 0

Subtotal

27,531

18

27,549

TOTAL

54,823

_______ 733

________55,556

6,464


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 5: MATERIAL IN PROCESS FOR CATALOGING — JUNE 30,1996

Volumes/Pieces *

Processing Center

154,670 **

Central Technical Services** Industrial & Labor Relations (ILR) Kroch (Rare and Manuscript Collections)

1,111 21,596

Law

2,605

Mann***

3,760 ***

Music (predominantly audio/video)

8,728

TOTAL

192,470

* Includes all formats. ** Includes processing for Africana, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Management, Mathematics, Music, Olin/Kroch (including maps and Asia Collections), Physical Sciences, Uris, and rare books from Rare and Manuscript Collections. *** Includes processing for Entomology, Geneva, and Veterinary.


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 6a: GROWTH OF RESOURCES — Fiscal Years 1989/90 -1995/96 Endowed & Statutory Libraries Item Count: Printed Volumes & Non-Book Mat'ls Printed Volumes * Maps Motion Pictures Filmstrips and Slides Video Tapes Sound Recordings Computer Files Microforms Microfilm Microfiche Microcard Microprint Serial Subscriptions Newspaper Subscriptions Archives (manuscript material in cu.ft.) Material in Process for Cataloging

1989/90

1990/91

1991/92

1992/93

1993/94

1994/95

1995/96

Total Growth 1989-1996

Percent Change

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

5,216,346 194,282 3,068 34,861 3,470 62,463 902

5,344,481 199,073 3,159 32,093 3,799 64,073 1,113

5,468,870 203,337 3,223 30,814 4,717 66,732 1,746

5,579,629 206,986 3,280 31,256 5,399 69,448 2,293

5,697,525 211,872 3,280 31,569 5,851 71,715 3,022

5,835,235 218,360 3,355 31,631 6,493 73,411 3,278

5,952,217 221,701 3,364 31,904 7,963 74,490 4,126

735,871 27,419 296 (2,957) 4,493 12,027 3,224

12% 12% 9% (9%) 56% 16% 78%

147,130 3,701,193 139,693 1,048,392

151,563 4,146,086 139,693 1,048,392

157,915 4,487,564 139,693 1,048,392

163,086 4,778,929 139,404 1,048,392

168,655 5,151,052 139,494 1,048,392

174,812 5,410,322 139,494 1,048,392

179,042 5,613,524 139,494 1,048,392

31,912 1,912,331 (199) 0

18% 34% (0%) 0%

59,801 503 46,267

59,928 517 47,300

59,889 548 48,434

61,015 436 52,775

61,913 419 53,526

61,279 426 54,823

61,269 404 55,556

1,468 (99) 9,289

2% (25%) 17%

158,015

174,525

180,654

184,376

211,650

194,465

192,470

34,455

18%

* See Table 6b for breakdown of growth of printed volumes by library.

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 6b:

GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN THE LIBRARY - Fiscal Years 1989/90 through 1995/96*

1989/90

UNIT

1990/91

TOTAL PRINTED VOLUMES 1991/92 1992/93 1993/94

TOTAL GROWTH 1994/95

1995/96

Percent Change lncr/(Decr

1989-1996 lncr/(Decr)

Endowed Libraries 13,261 282,107 139,737 24,211

n/a

13,803 294,016 142,864 24,527

n/a

13,559 303,868 146,492 25,578

n/a

15,183

320,651 152,520 27,407

334,175 157,720 24,483 201,314 423,824 158,079 45,500 111,952 3,077,894

n/a

392,952 159,284 38,039 96,710 2,907,828 87,581 161,217

399,163 160,647 39,864 100,044 2,981,165 89,113 164,353

406,298 162,190 41,450 102,681 3,056,507 91,427

4,302,927

4,409,559

4,516,639

50,239 172,183 612,738 78,259

53,108 175,291 626,111 80,412

53,869

54,392

180,569 635,286 82,507

185,285 647,254

Subtotal

913,419

934,922

952,231

TOTAL

5,216,346

5,344,481

5,468,870

Subtotal Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

166,589

411,417 157,016 42,895 105,563 3,125,574 93,260 170,438 4,608,152

n/a 417,645 154,810 43,940 108,830 3,195,071 95,594 173,603

98,106 173,503

2,045 61,671 23,591 644 203,381 ** 39,781 1,761 8,923 18,839 249,456

13% 18% 14% 3% n/a 9% 1% 19% 16%

12,881 1,600

13% 1%

624,573

13%

4,704,512

4,821,733

4,927,500

55,002 189,976 662,157 85,878

54,762 194,337 677,030 87,373

48,820 195,934 690,213 89,750

971,477

993,013

1,013,502

1,024,717

11%

5,579,629

5,697,525

5,835,235

5,952,217

12%

84,546

* Counts reported as of June 30 of each fiscal year. ** Formerly included under Olin prior to the opening of Kroch Library; combinded growth figure is 452,837 volumes, a 13% change.

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15,306 343,778 163,328 24,855 203,381 432,733 161,045 46,962 115,549 3,157,284 100,462 162,817

CO

14,441

312,345 149,181 26,509

sP

13,954

X

Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections)*** Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections)** Physical Sciences Uris

(1,419) 23,751 77,475 11,491

(3%) 12% 11% 13%


CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96 — July 1,1995 - June 30,1996 Library Services Table 7 Table 8a Table 8b Table 9 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12a Table 12b Table 12c Table 13 Table 14

Materials Use.............................................................................................................................................11 Networked Electronic Databases...........................................................................................................12 Mann Gateway Database Access............................................................................................................13 Reference Services...................................................................................................................................14 User Access and Instruction...................................................................................................................15 Interlibrary Lending and Borrowing...................................................................................................16 Cataloging of Titles..................................................................................................................................17 Cataloging and Processing of Manuscript Material......................................................................... 18 Serial and Newspaper Titles Received and Processed.................................................................... 19 Preservation A ctivity............................................................................................................................. 20 Growth of Services - 1989-1996.................. „...................................................................................... 21


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 7: MATERIALS USE — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30, 1996 General Circulation Online Circ Manual Ck'd Out/Renewed Circulation

In-Library Use

TOTAL Materials Use

Endowed Libraries Africana Annex

10,197

0

3 ,548

2,981

Engineering Fine Arts

65,394

1,967

Hotel

6 2,096 2 7,663

0 0

Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law

0 2 9,968

M anagem ent Mathematics Music

4 9,346 18,344 19,053

0 629 3,588 0 15,574

6 ,63 3 4 ,39 2

10,921

6 5,069 39,829

132,430 101,925

2 0,6 87 2 1,6 86 10,037

4 8,350 21,686 40,634 74,821

2 1,8 87 12,024

16,830

30,368 82,797

306,515 3 7,664 146,237

3 7,155 129 8,495

4 8,1 70 2 58,386 112,743 6 8,1 19

7 76,025

70,518

6 89,662

1,536,205

n/a

n/a

2 ,18 7

210 1,851

n/a 11,727

n/a 14,124

20,121 157,399 2 ,618

63,057 389,650

2 7,995

1,361 6 ,257

Subtotal - Statutory

3 02,157

9,679

191,865

503,701

TOTAL

1,078,182

80,197

881,527

2,039,906

Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal - Endowed

602,056 150,536 222,851

Statutory Libraries Entomology (see M ann)* G eneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

4 1,0 85 2 30 ,89 0

Entomology data included in Mann Library figures

36,870


UBRARY SERVICES TABLE 8a: NETWORKED ELECTRONIC DATABASES — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30, 1996 1994/1995 Total Searches

Database Cornell Library Catalog Booksout*

3,924,263 n/a 3,924,263

Subtotal Databases & Periodical Indexes ABI/Inform* Applied Science & Techology Index* Avery Architectural Index (AVE) Art Index* Biological & Agricultural Index* Engineering Index - Ei Page One (EiP) English Short Title Catalog (ESTC) (2 mo.)$: GeoRef (6 mo.)t Hispanic American Periodical Index (HAPI) History of Science & Technology Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals Index to Legal Periodicals* Inside Information INSPEC MathSci (6 mo.)}: MEDLINE (6mo.)t MLA Bibliography OCLC WorldCat PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service) Periodical Abstracts* Psychlnfo* RUN (Research Libraries Information NW)/Eureka UnCover Article Access & Delivery Subtotal Mann Library Gateway**

n/a n/a

10,038 n/a n/a

15,178 n/a

1!

n/a 3,004 n/a 951 n/a

660 14,587 n/a n/a

11,759 25,623 2,558 ■ B

n/a

n/a 74,417 14,860 173,635

1995/1996 Total Searches

Growth in Total Searches

3,510,810 ________ 56,224 * 3,567,034

(413,453) * ________56,224 (357,229)

57,647 50,489 7,906 23,298 44,816 12,978 202 3,564 2,377 2,869 755 16,851 799 26,271 2,790 11,579 18,583 40,917 3,454 187,843 60,968 100,297 _______ 11,978 689,231

215,699 TOTAL

4,313,597

* * * *

( 2, 200)

t

202

t

3,564 (627) 2,869 (196) 16,851 139 11,684 2,790 11,579 6,824 15,294 896 187,843 60,968 25,880 _______ (2,882) 515,596

$

t

* *

539,155 ** 4,795,420

57,647 50,489 (2,132) 23,298 44,816

323,456 481,823

* 1994/95 figure for the online catalog includes use of Booksout and journal indexes linked to the catalog, including ABI/Inform, Applied Science & Technology Index Art Index, Biological & Agricultural Index, Index to Legal Periodicals, Periodical Abstracts, and Psychlnfo; search statistics are broken out for 1995/96 ** See Table 8b for Mann Gateway breakdown by database accessed. System-wide databases accessed via the Mann Gateway are counted both under the Mann Gateway total and under the specific database.

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1 Partial year statistics: 1) ESTC for 2 months from 5/1-6/30/96; 2) other statistics for 6 months from 1/1/95-6/30/95.


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 8b: MANN GATEWAY DATABASE ACCESS — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30, 1996 Database Cornell Library Catalog

1995/1996 Total Searches** 154,737 *

Cornell University Medical College Catalog

1,078

Databases & Periodical Indexes** ABI/Inform (via BRS)

7,548

Acid Rain in the Northeast AGRICOLA

World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates. Zoological Record

3,235 21.027 1.078 2.696 1.617 1.617 1.617 130,476 9,166 1.617 2.696 2.696 2.696 1.617 8,087 1.617 2,157 4,313 28,036 1.078 1.617 21.027 8,626 1.617 1.078 3,774 9,705 1.078 1.078 1.078

All others (520 plus)

95,975

Agricultural Outlook Agricultural Prices Art Bibliographies Modem Art Index* Biological & Agricultural Index* BIOSIS Previews CAB Abstracts Crop Progress DIALOG Business Connection DIALOG Papers Dissertation Abstracts Economic Literature Index ERIC Food Science & Technology Abstracts Hogs & Pigs INSPEC* MEDLINE MLA Bibliography* OCLC WortdCat* Periodical Abstracts (via BRS: 1986-) PsycINFO* RUN* U.S. Patents Fulltext (1990-) UnCover* USDA Economics & Statistics Weekly Weather & Crop Bulletin

Mann Library Gateway TOTAL

* *

* * * ’ * *

539,155

* System-wide databases accessed via the Mann Gateway are counted as Gateway access in Table 8a, but are counted as searches on the specific datatbase resource in this breakdown. These system-wide accesses via the Gateway account for 33% of Gateway access, or approximately 179,000 searches; this represents approximately 4% of all system searches. '* Data calculated using a total resource access figure of 539,155 for 1995/96, prorated to individual databases using access percentages.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 9: REFERENCE SERVICES — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30, 1996 Total Reference Services* Endowed Libraries 1,607 9,775 4,163

Africana Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

4,921 10,046 8,607 9,625 1,047 3,534 41,677 8,031 13,509

Subtotal

116,542

Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations

1,080 27,596 42,071 7,725

Statutory Libraries

Mann/Entomology Veterinary

Subtotal

78,472

TOTAL

195,014

Method of counting revised this year to conform to national library reporting definitions.


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 10: USER ACCESS AND INSTRUCTION — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30, 1996

Bibliographies & Handouts

Hours of Operation Per Typical Week*

Instruction Sessions Number

Participants

Tours Number

Endowed Libraries Africana Annex Engineering Fine Arts Hotel Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal - Endowed

1 0 0 32 8 35 60 6 15 2 149 20 n/a **

68.0 20.0 89.0 82.0 93.0 44.0 85.0 97.0 85.0 78.0 87.0 97.0 104.0

Participants

1 0 49 22 18 109 55 28 0 3 414 22 n/a **

9 0 705 272 377 1,769 926 294 0 133 4,613 221 n/a **

3 1 0 5 10 72 22 2 2 0 140 4 n/a **

24 16 0 12 82 617 236 10 27 0 1,067 65 n/a ** 2,156

328

79.2 AVG

721

9,319

261

n /a *** 0 0 0 1

40.0 39.0 87.0 92.0 98.0

n/a *** 8 21 134 9

n/a *** 96 359 2,281 88

n/a *** 3 34 45 33

Statutory Libraries Entomology Geneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann Veterinary

n/a *** 24 185 682 213

Subtotal - Statutory

1

71.2 AVG

172

2,824

115

1,104

TOTAL

329

76.9 AVG

893

12,143

376

3,260

* During the academic year. ** Reported with Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections). *** Reported with Mann Library.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 11: INTERLIBRARY LENDING & BORROWING — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

LENDING Loans_______ Titles Requested

Item Totals

10,897

Filled 7,463

TOTAL LENDING:

Note:

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BORROWING Photocopies_____

Titles Requested 13,112

Requested Filled

Filled 9,582

24,009 17,045

______ Loans_______ Titles Requested 6,555

Filled 5,265

TOTAL BORROWING:

Photocopies Titles Requested 9,809

Requested Filled

Filled 8,326

16,364 13,591

Statistics include interlibrary lending and borrowing for all the Cornell University libraries except the Medical College. See Table 18 for Medical College interlibrary loan information.


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 12a: CATALOGING OF TITLES — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Mono­

Monographs on

graphs

Microform

Serials on Micro­ Serials

form

Reclassified Maps

Audio/

Computer

Visuals

Files

TOTAL Cataloged

Endowed Libraries * Central Tech. Services Law ** Music Subtotal - Endowed

n/a 2,292

n/a 1,204

n/a 204

n/a 97

n/a 0

0

0

0

0

2,292

1,204

204

& Recataloged Titles

n/a

n/a

73,117

7 0

3,805

3,720 849

0

1 643

643

0

97

0

644

7

77,565

4,569

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experimental Station

17

0

134

2,592 8,698

55 1,223

336 724

0 34 31

0 0 2

0 1 0

2 12 719

153 3,030 11,397

5,164 t 766 209

Subtotal - Statutory

11,307

1,278

1,194

65

2

1

733

14,580

6,139

TOTAL

13,599

2,482

1,398

162

2

645

740

92,145

10,708

Industrial & Labor Relations *** Mann

Total Titles Cataloged & Recataloged

102,853*

* Includes Africans, CISER Data Archives, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Management, Mathematics, Music (books & scores), Olin/Kroch (including maps, and Asia Collections), Rare and Manuscript Collections, Physical Sciences, and Uris titles. ** Sound recordings. *** Includes Entomology and Veterinary titles. t Geneva reclassified its entire collection from Dewey to LC (922 serial titles and 4,242 monographs).

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 12b: CATALOGING & PROCESSING MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

RUN Archives & Manuscripts Records

Collections Processed

93

92

25

0

0

2

2

0

93

94

27

0

Finding Aids Produced

Manuscript Cards Produced

Endowed Libraries Kroch Rare and Manuscript Collections

Statutory Libraries Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Document Center

TOTAL

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 12c: SERIAL & NEWSPAPER TITLES RECEIVED & PROCESSED — JULY 1, 1995 - JUNE 30, 1996

S e r i a l s ________________

________________ Newspapers

________

Total

Beginning

Titles

of Year

Added

Serial Subtracted *

Titles

Total

Beginning of Year

Titles Added 0

22

348

1

16 7

Newspaper Subtracted *

tn a o w e d L ib raries ** Central Tech. Services Hotel

Titles

39,362

510

79

39,793

1,463 5,590

51 204

16 103

1,498 5,691

370 15 7

0

0 0

46,415

765

198

46,982

392

1

22

371

929

2

922 3,939

0 0

0

7

936

132 185 8

9 106 686

7

3,913 9,086

3

0 0

0 0 1

20 2

S u b to ta l - S tatu to ry

14,864

TOTAL

61,279

Law S u b to ta l - E n d o w ed S ta tu to ry L ib ra rie s G eneva Experimental Station Industrial & Labor Relations *** Mann Veterinary

4 20

4

103

8,585 841

327

904

14,287

34

0

1

33

1,092

1,102

61,269

426

_____ X

23

404

* Titles subtracted includes titles that ceased to be published and subscriptions cancelled. ■* Includes Africans, Engineering, Fine Arts, Management, Mathematics, Music, Olin/Kroch, Physical Sciences and Uris titles. * Includes Entomology titles.

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LIB R A R Y SER V IC ES TABLE 13: PRESERVATION ACTIVITY — July 1,1995 - June 30,1996 Contract

In-House

Total

Conservation Treatment Bound Volumes Unbound Sheets Photographs, Non-paper Items Custom Fitted, Protective Enclosures Total Conservation Treatment

Commercial Binding

0 0 0 0

43,435 2,500 0 1,002

43,435 2,500 0 1,002

0

46,937

46,937

33,201

0

33,201

3,173

0

3,173

Preservation Microfilm (Roll Film) Volumes Titles Exposures

2,338

0

2,338

446,604

0

446,604

459

0

459

6,580

0

6,580

National Endowment for Humanities

315,185

Making of America Phase I

609,656

Total Images Digitized

924,841

Preservation Photocopvina Bound Volumes Photocopied Manuscripts photocopied

Digital Imaging Projects:


UBRARY SERVICES TABLE 14: GROWTH OF SERVICES — Fiscal Years 1989/90 -1995/96

Total Growth 1989-1995

Chanqe

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

Endowed & Statutory Libraries Tvpe of Service:

In-Library Materials Use (Table 7)

1989/90

743,096

1990/91

873,267

1991/92

1992/93

1993/94

1994/95

1995/96

745,693

800,808

879,896

891,836

873,282

V

Percent

130,186

15%

209,929

19%

General Circulation (Table 7)

907,830

882,805

1,157,641

1,180,996

1,137,993

1,155,128

1,117,759

Reference Services (Table 8)

256,794

251,104

255,566

248,934

255,607

238,941

195,014

512

494

705

658

725

790

893

381

43%

Instructional Session Participants

10,335

9,282

9,454

9,631

10,641

12,357

12,143

1,808

15%

Interlibrary Loan - Lending - Borrowing

27,172 14,320

24,355 14,190

20,283 15,682

20,786 15,290

19,645 15,306

20,350 16,098

17,045 13,591

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

3,780,513

4,787,232

4,795,420

Instructional Sessions

Networked Electronic Database Searches

(61,780)

(10,127) (729) 1,014,907

(32%)

(59%) (5%) 21%

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96 —July i, 1995 - June 30,1996 Library Expenditures Table 15 Table 16

Expenditures — July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996...................................................................................... 22 Expenditures over Time — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1995/96.........................................................23


TABLE 15: LIBRARY EXPENDITURES — July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996

Salaries

Wages From Dept Budqet

CWSP Fed Share

Fringe Benefits

TOTAL Employment Expense

Library Materials

Postage and Binding

Operating Expenses

TOTAL Expenditures By Unit

Library Administration

$ 742,870

$ 12,374

$ 927

$ 254,037

$ 1,010,208

$ 0

$ 0

$ 531,665

Endowed Library Central Services Administrative Operations Technical Services Preservation Collection Development Computer Systems Subtotal Central Services

$ 470,391 2,137,539 560,594 394,615 317,218 $ 3,880,357

$ 43,025 48,065 32,009 8,987 47,861 $ 179,947

$ 10,484 10,572 2,710 3,914 5,546 $ 33,226

$ 168,433 731,604 200,039 135,162 112,280 $ 1,347,518

$ 692,333 2,927,780 795,352 542,678 482,905 $ 5,441,048

$ 0 0 47,406 0 0 $ 47,406

$ 0 0 0 0 0 $0

$ 259,899 314,786 548,110 12,813 1,081,080 $2,216,688

$ 952,232 3,242,566 1,390,868 555,491 1,563,985 $7,705,142

Endowed Libraries Africans Annex Engineering Fine Arts Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law Management Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch/Uris Physical Sciences Subtotal Endowed Libraries

$ 66,578 32,017 256,159 162,487 639,177 683,957 221,861 71,639 167,482 2,051,892 194,522 $4,547,771

$ 1,844 751 32,087 23,528 43,486 37,188 26,143 8,970 19,821 193,630 14,080 $401,528

$ 89 0 8,649 5,532 6,859 15,879 12,346 6,250 9,799 99,322 6,158 $ 170,883

$ 22,713 11,141 89,805 58,578 225,213 235,119 75,771 24,359 56,609 729,322 66,963 $ 1,595,593

$ 91,224 43,909 386,700 250,125 914,735 972,143 336,121 111,218 253,711 3,074,166 281,723 $6,715,775

$ 26,328 0 630,295 177,299 460,917 883,801 289,923 179,879 107,225 3,466,631 708,419 $6,930,717

$ 0 0 0 0 0 57,870 0 0 0 251,767 0 $ 309,637

$ 5,332 7,631 65,366 29,669 117,735 61,994 39,466 9,996 15,520 389,398 34,526 $ 776,633

$ 122,884 51,540 1,082,361 457,093 1,493,387 1,975,808 665,510 301,093 376,456 7,181,962 1,024,668 $ 14,732,762

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

$ 77,180 825,962 1,834,786 133,553 $2,871,481

$ 21,000 72,200 237,400 33,134 $363,734

$ 0 12,581 30,778 198 $43,557

$ 0 0 29,701 0 $29,701

$ 98,180 910,743 2,132,665 166,885 $3,308,473

$ 140,747 316,657 1,065,965 262,911 $1,786,280

$ 4,736 9,226 43,302 14,695 $71,959

$ 43,111 225,565 673,598 118,490 $1,060,764

$ 286,774 1,462,191 3,915,530 562,981 $6,227,476

214,056 1,347,440 41,381

70,971 55,475 0

7,993 0 0

89,923 435,329 13,212

382,942 1,838,244 54,593

197,424 825,790 42

5,182 27,996 19

127,004 390,365 6,354

712,552 3,082,395 61,008

$ 13,645,356

$ 1,084,029

$ 256,586

$3,765,313

$ 18,751,283

$ 9,787,659

$414,793

$ 5,109,473

$ 34,063,208

Hotel Medical Medical Archives GRAND TOTAL

* * * * * * * * *

$

1,541,873

’ Included in Olin/Kroch/Uris figure. "* Excludes $ 69,856 for indirect cost charges; and $3,372,774 for transfer out expenses within Library accounts.

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LIBRARY EXPENDITURES TABLE 16: EXPENSES OVER TIME — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1995/96 Accumulated

Unit

1990/91

1991/92

$1,286,558

$1,355,524

TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY UNIT 1992/93 1993/94

1994/95

1995/96 $1,541,873

CHANGE

Percent

1990-1995

Chanqe lncr/(Decr;

lncr/(L)ecr) Library Administration

$1,613,791

$1,597,699

$1,488,468

$255,315

17%

Endowed Library Central Services Administrative Operations

$986,817

$910,289

$957,343

$952,232

3,044,244

3,261,219

3,656,677

$934,562 3,583,004

$948,003

Technical Services

3,105,819

3,242,566

Preservation *

553,649

685,204

948,499

1,078,114

1,174,348

1,390,868

Collection Development *

425,045

430,565

450,548

419,586

520,504

555,491

Computer/Automated Systems

568,384

642,651

1,004,138

1,056,689

1,063,535

1,563,985

$5,578,139

$5,929,928

$7,017,205

$7,071,955

$6,812,209

$7,705,142

$104,976

$144,420

$117,586

$114,223

$119,450

$122,884

32,206

33,371

38,467

39,998

42,666

51,540

Engineering

854,429

1,167,076

1,122,076

1,082,361

368,353

996,781 382,674

1,102,403

Fine Arts

417,062

391,727

445,340

457,093

Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) *

866,297

1,053,934

1,015,453

1,154,196

1,241,166

1,493,387

1,433,170

Subtotal Central Services

($34,585) $198,322 $837,219 * $130,446 * $995,601 $2,127,003

(4%) 6% 60% 23% 64% 28%

Endowed Libraries Africana Annex

1,833,257

1,961,184

1,975,808

505,438

1,627,840 510,494

1,684,295

Management

559,178

603,816

630,040

665,510

Mathematics

253,149

265,974

296,308

295,036

309,620

301,093

Music

317,250

334,956

352,703

348,637

370,005

376,456

5,895,516

5,879,830

6,604,856

6,917,269

7,181,962

824,585

930,848

1,001,985

959,687

7,111,008 971,991

$11,455,369

$12,161,122

$13,190,296

$13,824,922

$14,324,546

$14,732,762

Law

Olin/Kroch/Uris * Physical Sciences Subtotal Endowed Libraries

1,024,668

$17,908 $19,334 $227,932 $88,740 $627,090 * $542,638 $160,072 $47,944 $59,206 $1,286,446 * $200,063 $3,277,393

15% 38% 21% 19% 42% 27% 24% 16% 16% 18% 20% 22%

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experiment Station

$294,334

$217,695

$232,006

$247,473

$267,194

$286,774

Industrial & Labor Relations

1,658,734

1,369,992

1,457,779

1,498,443

1,481,388

1,462,191

Mann

3,634,717

3,541,426

3,739,868

3,710,245

3,967,331

3,915,530

546,798

536,722

594,490

627,725

569,853

562,981

$6,134,583

$5,665,835

$6,024,143

$6,083,886

$6,285,766

$6,227,476

Veterinary Subtotal Statutory Libraries

562,205

511,722

615,362

695,680

745,073

712,552

2,172,899

2,373,694

2,404,542

2,659,572

2,838,830

3,082,395

110,265

100,442

104,698

52,399

61,250

61,008

GRAND TOTAL

$27,300,018

$28,098,267

$30,970,037

$31,986,113

$32,556,142

$34,063,208

CPI & Relative 1971 Dollar Value

305.2 : $0.33

319.3 : $0.31

328.9: $0.30

338.9 : $0,295

355.3 : $0,281

$9,009,006

$8,710,463

$9,291,011

$9,435,903

$9,148,276

Hotel Medical Medical Archives

1971 Dollar Base Value

($7,560) ($196,543) $280,813 $16,183 $92,893 $150,347 $909,496 ($49,257)

7% 3% 1% 21% 30% (81%)

$6,763,190

20%

365.5 : $0,275

60.3

16.5%

$9,367,382

$358,376

3.8%

* Information prior to 1995/96 has been restated to separately report Collection Development and Rare & Manuscript Collections which were previously included in other units.

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(3%) (13%)


CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96—July 1 ,1 9 9 5 - J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 9 6 CISER Data A rchive Table 17

Data Archive Resources & Services


CISER DATA ARCHIVE TABLE 17:

RESOURCES & SERVICES — July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996

Computer Files Beg'ng End of Year of Year

Resources Collection Growth

2 4,7 07

2 2,229

TOTAL Growth (2,478)

Services Reference: Materials Use:

Reference services In-library materials use G eneral circulation of printed materials

702 3,008 184


CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96-juiyi,i99s-june30,i9% Cornell Medical College Table 18 Library Resources........................................................................................................................................ 25 Table 19 Library Services............................................................................................................................................ 26


CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE TABLE 18: LIBRARY RESOURCES — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

LIBRARY *

ARCHIVES **

Growth of Printed Volumes Volum es in Library at Beginning of Y ear

164,357

NA

Volumes in Library at End of Year

167,807

NA

TOTAL GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES

3,45 0

Non-Book Material Recordings (includes audiocassettes & tapes) A V Software (All formats) Computer Files Video Tapes Motion Pictures

TOTAL NON-BOOK MATERIAL

0

2 ,000

833 201

0 0

0 0

226 315

1,034

2,541 t t

LIBRARY Growth of Microforms Microfilm Microfiche

Beainnina

ARCHIVES

End of Y ear

Growth

Beainnina

End of Year

Growth

509

509

0

547

547

0

9,347

10.196

849

30

30

0

9,856

10,705

849

577

577

0

‘ Samuel J. Wood Library and CV. Starr Biomedical Center “ Medical Archives of the New York Hospital-Comell Medical Center ttThis figure does not include photographs, blueprints, instruments, and artifacts & other non-print records in the archives.

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CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE TABLE 19: LIBRARY SERVICES — JULY 1,1995 - JUNE 30,1996

Growth of Serial & Newspaper Titles Currently Received and Processed

LIBRARY * ARCHIVES

LIBRARY * ARCHIVES Cataloqinq Monographs

Serials Beginning of Year End of Year Newspapers Beginning of Year End of Year

1,835

Serials Audio/Visual & Microcomputer Software

1,567 1,577

TOTAL CATALOGING

17 17

1,935

NA

82

NA

N/A N/A

12 12

1,290 7,666

Filled 855 6,720

NA

765 5,513

765 5,509

NA NA

Reclassified & Recataloged Titles TOTAL SERIAL & NEWSPAPER TITLES

1,594

17 83

NA

Materials Use In Library Materials Use General Circulation

TOTAL MATERIALS USE

201,292 51,483 252,775

NA

Collections Processed Finding Aids Produced

Reference Services Reference questions answered

Archival & Mss. Processing

13,549

368

390 108

NA 40

User Access and Instruction Bibliographies & Handouts Average Hours of Operation Per W eek Instruction Sessions Number Participants Tours Number Participants

165 812 4 54

'Samuel J. Wood Library and CV. Starr Biomedical Information Center "Medical Archives of the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center

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NA NA 5 7

Interlibrary Lending and Borrowing Lending Loans Photocopies Borrowing Loans Photocopies

Requested

NA

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