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Cornell Law Library Highlights and Accomplishments July 1996-June 1997

Faculty Services. Active liaison program for personal service, including one-on-one training for online services. Fifteen faculty now use new SmartCILP (Current Index to Legal Periodicals), providing weekly e-mail delivery of latest journal article citations on customized subjects. Student Services. Intensive training program for law students; 40 sessions taught to a total of 800 students, on topics including legal research overview for small section memo, Bridge the Gap series on litigation and corporation law research, Web instruction, Bear Access, immigration, judicial clerkships, job searching, European Union law, international and foreign law. Orientation programs for first year ' students, LL.M.s, Academic orientation, law review staffs, CUL librarians, and Admitted Students’ program. These training programs are complemented by displays in various parts of the library, and a large number of library publications, in print and on the Web (see separate list). Includes new brochure on Cornell Law Library: A History. Legal Research Course (PT1). Semester long credit course taught by Pat Court, Scott Childs, John Hasko, and Jean Wenger. This year, class sessions held in small individual sections led to more effective teaching. Includes components taught by the Legal Information Institute and the Practionerin-Residence. Advisory Council Presentation. Presentation at Law School Advisory Council Meeting on “Legal Research and Law Office Management in the 21st Century,” September 1996. Claire Germain talked about the future of legal information and law library Web initiatives to build the electronic library. Presentation followed by library staff “Surfing the Net” hands-on session, taught by Pat Court, Scott Childs, John Hasko, Jean Pajerek, and Jean Wenger New University Librarian. The new University Librarian, Sarah Thomas, visited the law library and joined an all staff meeting, on October 22,1996. Unveiling of Library Web Site at Open House. A major event of the fall was the Library Open House and unveiling of the new Library Web Site in October 1996. About 300 students, faculty and staff participated. Computers and a projection screen were installed in library reading room alcoves. See write-up in the student newspaper, The Tower (November 7, 1996, at 6-7). ►

International Court of Justice, the decisions of the World Court are now available on the Internet for the first time, thanks to the Law Library’s efforts, in English and French, together with a number of related useful information (pictures of judges, research guide, press releases, etc.). Claire Germain and Jay Greco presented the Web site at the April 1997 ASIL (American Society of International Law) meeting in Washington, D.C.

Other Web initiatives: the State Law Project presents a comprehensive picture of state primary sources in all formats, from the Internet to print; the Legal Research Encyclopedia builds on inSITE annotations of Web sites and consists of mini-guides, integrating resources in a variety of formats (books, cd-roms, Lexis, Westlaw, Internet, videotapes, etc.), arranged by subject and jurisdiction, with direct hypertext links to as many electronic sources as possible. Development currently incorporated into daily work of reference librarians. These projects are the result of the Law Library’ efforts to move to a greater reliance on networked electronic resources and show researchers how they can integrate print and electronic research sources.

Death Penalty Web Site. Developed with other law school units (see below).


Joint Projects with LH. The library is co-developing the Death Penalty Web site with Professors Garvey, Johnson, and Blume, and LU. Other joint projects include cooperation on the InSITE Droiect and use of the Folioviews software. F J Joint Projects with Educational Technologies. The library is collaborating on the creation and coordination of the Law School Web site. The Library provided time for Jay Greco to develop the Cornell m Pans” Web site. The library staff meets regularly with the Educational Technologies staff to coordinate a vanety of projects. 6 ABA-AALS Inspection. Much time was spent in the fall preparing for the inspection of the Law school and Law Library by the ABA-AALS team for reaccreditation purposes (October 28-Nov. 1). 0nu° f ober 28>1996<the Law Library, together with ILR, hosted the visit of two high officials from the International Labor Organization (ILO), Jean Pierre Laviec and Eleanor Frierson. ILO is seeking a partnership with Cornell University, which might include faculty and student exchanges as well as a mirror site for the ILO database of legal texts and statistics. Computing research assistant and second-year law student, Jay Greco, is currently interning at ILO in Geneva, Switzerland. Collection Development. Systematic review of looseleaf services with a view toward cancellation. Library shifts of foreign and international law materials as reclassification to the Library of Congress system is progressing. 6 Cataloging and Reclassification. Cataloging of current titles increased by 55% to 3846 titles (as of April 1997). Accomplishments include the cataloging of the World Law Reform Commission, over 3000 records; the reclassification of Australian and French monographs, the serials records to be completed this summer; work continued on the retrospective conversion project clean-up and the reclassification project, with the addition of 8004 authority records to the NOTIS database, as well as the manual addition of Cornell locations to 2415 titles, and subject headings to 510 outsourced titles. Pr^ervation. Digitized acid-free copies of 10 brittle books were produced, under a pilot project of the CUL Conservation department. The digitization of about 30 of our 19th century brittle trials as part of the RLG Studies in Scarlet project is in progress. Faculty Workshop. In February 1997, Claire Germain talked to the faculty on “Legal Scholarship in the 21st Century: Impact of Information Technology on the Many Roles of the Law Teacher ” She co­ authored an article on “Internet for Legal Information: The U.S. Experience,” with Pat Court Scott Childs, and Jean Wenger, to be published in the International Journal o f Legal Information. ’ Staff Development. Library annual planning session in August 1996, followed by “Setting Priorities” session m January 1997 for all staff. 3 6 Employee Awards. In November 1996, Barbara Taylor was recognized for 15 years of service at a CUL luncheon. In April 1997, Enc Beveridge, a longstanding undergraduate student employee received the CUL Fuerst Award. 3 Law Library Participation in CUL Committees and Activities. A separate list of staff and activities documents die high level of involvement and commitment to CUL from the Law Library. These efforts include the Single Point of Entry concept, the preparation for the next generation of the online catalog (Library Management System), and the reorganization of the Cornell University library system. Law Alumni Reunion. In June 1997, the library prepared a variety of displays, including one for Professor Schlesmger s memorial service, together with a bibliography of his works. Two library programs were offered, on rare books, with Barbara Grant, and on “Surfing the Internet,” with the professional staff. g:lib,96


Cornell Law Library Highlights, July 1996-December 1996 Presentation at Law School Advisory Board Meeting on “Legal Research and Law Office Management in the 21 st Century,” September 1996. Claire Germain talked about the future of legal information and law library Web initiatives to build the electronic library. Presentation followed by library staff “Surfing the Net” hands-on session, including Pat Court, Scott Childs, John Hasko, Jean Pajerek, and Jean W enger The new University Librarian, Sarah Thomas, visited the law library and joined an all staff meeting, on October 22, 1996 A major event of the fall was the Library Open House (Tuesday, October 22, 1996) and unveiling of the new Library Web Site, October 1996. About 300 students, faculty and staff participated. Computers and a projection screen were installed in library reading room alcoves. The Library public relations efforts were recognized in a nice write-up in the student newspaper, The Tower (November 7, 1996, at 6-7). An important part of the library Web site is the International Court of Justice W eb page. Thanks to the Law Library’s efforts, the decisions of the W orld Court are now available on the Internet for the first time, in English and French, together with a number of related useful information (pictures of judges, research guide, press releases, etc.) Another important Web initiative is the visionary concept of the Legal Research Encyclopedia, an integrated collection of resources in a variety of formats (books, CDROMS, Lexis, Westlaw, Internet, videotapes, etc.), arranged by subject and jurisdiction, with direct hypertext links to the sources. Serves as collection development tool, research guide, etc. Development currently incorporated into daily work of reference librarians Much time was spent in the fall preparing for the inspection of the Law school and Law Library by the ABA-AALS team for reaccreditation purposes (October 28-Nov. 1). On October 28, 1996, the Law Library hosted the visit of two high officials from the International Labor Organization (ILO), Jean Pierre Laviec and Eleanor Frierson. ILO is seeking a partnership with Cornell University, which might include faculty and student exchanges, as well as a mirror site for the ILO database of legal texts and statistics Employee Awards. In November 1996, Barbara Taylor was recognized for 15 years of service at a CUL luncheon. W ork continued on the retrospective conversion project clean-up and the reclassification project


MISSION STATEMENT The mission o f the Cornell Law Library is to provide, within a humane environment, innovative and traditional information services in support o f legal education and scholarship to the Law School, University and research communities.

VISION The Cornell Law Library should become one o f the most desirable locations for faculty and student research in the U.S. and the world. Through a synergic combination o f resources, technology, and services, the Law Library should enhance the Law School, attract prospective faculty and visiting scholars, and provide a model for other institutions to follow. In the next three years, Library efforts should be directed toward three main areas o f emphasis: 1. Internationalization o f the Law School To make the Cornell Law Library a top research center for international, foreign, and comparative law in support o f the Law School programs, by combining outstanding collections with worldwide electronic information access, services, and staff expertise. 2. Computer Technology and Legal Education and Scholarship To channel computer technology in creative and practical ways, bringing the library's information services into the classroom, office, home, or remote worldwide locations, for the benefit o f Cornell faculty and students. 3. Financial Planning To seek actively outside funding sources to complement the library budget.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1.

COLLECTION

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. 1.

To develop and maintain a collection development policy that reflects the Law Library vision statement.


2.

2.

To develop an efficient materials selection process.

3.

To explore and develop opportunities for resource sharing on campus and with other law libraries.

4.

To carry out selection decisions in a timely manner.

5.

To process incoming materials as efficiently as possible.

6.

To keep accurate and accessible records relating to acquisition and cataloging o f materials.

SERVICES

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

3.

1.

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

2.

To evaluate and coordinate all library operations to improve workflow.

3.

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

4.

To provide personalized service to each law school faculty member.

5.

To be the primary source o f information resources for the law school.

6.

To provide effective reference and research assistance.

7.

To assist researchers through instructional and informational outreach.

8.

To facilitate use o f microform and audio-visual resources.

9.

To provide library services that contribute to the humane environment o f the Law Library.

INSTRUCTION

To develop and provide instructional programs for information research.

2


4.

1.

To ensure that each Law Faculty member attains his/her desired familiarity with information resources.

2.

To educate Law students in skills and strategies needed to conduct effective legal research.

3.

To introduce Cornell non-Law students to basics o f legal research through courserelated instruction.

ORGANIZATION

To organize resources and spaces of the library in ways to serve users and staff best. 1.

5.

To improve service areas on Third Floor.

2.

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

3.

To arrange the stack book collection in a functional order.

4.

To provide adequate lighting and electrical outlets throughout the library.

TECHNOLOGY

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

6.

1.

To seek more technical support for the libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hardware and software.

2.

To plan development and upkeep o f public workstations.

3.

To have sufficient and appropriate computer equipment for staff.

4.

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

PRESERVATION

To enhance the preservation of the library collection and establish an environment that ensures security for that collection and its users. 1.

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

3


2.

To devise a security system that ensures that only authorized individuals will have access to the Law Library when it is closed.

3.

To maintain the library facility.

STAFF DEVELOPMENT

To promote staff development and growth as a means of maintaining a productive, creative and stable staff. 1.

To create a climate which encourages staff development.

2.

To obtain improved funding for staff development.

3.

To create a manual for each task for departments.

4.

To improve communication among staff.

5.

To provide support for the production o f librariansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; scholarly research and information products.

(10/24/96)


CORNELL LAW LIBRARY

STRATEGIC PLAN

OPERATIONAL PLAN FOR 1996-97 SPECIAL PROJECTS

(8/12/96)


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

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

Objective

4.

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

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

8.

Public Services

Time, Staff, Money

1996

Explore on-campus book & copy service for students.

2


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

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

Objective

6.

To educate researchers through instructional and informational outreach.

Strategy

1.

4.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

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

Prepare guides to be interactive, using hypertext and links to online resources.

Reference

Time, staff technical training

1996

d.

Mount an exhibit of wide interest on LII WWW.

Reference

Time, money

1996

3


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

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

Objective

7.

To facilitate use of microform and audio-visual resources.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

11.

Fiche-to-fiche dupliator for ILL and home/office use.

Administration

Money

1996

12.

Buy portable fiche reader to check-out.

Administration

Money

1996

4


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

2.

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

Objective

8.

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

Strategy

6.

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

Public Services & Ed. Tech.

Money, Time

1996

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

Arrange for network computer(s) available centrally in Hughes.

5


ACTION PLAN FORM

GOAL

3.

To develop and provide instructional programs.

Objective

2.

To educate Law students in skills and strategies needed to conduct effective legal research.

Strategy

Responsibility

Resources Needed

In what year?

9.

Reference Librarians

Time, Law School approval

1996

Teach Legal Research classes (e.g. Advanced, International, On-line).


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?

3.

Head of Technical Services, Catalog

Money, student assistants, computer and programmer resources

1996-

Devise and implement plan for machine-assisted reclassification effort.

7


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?

5.

Determine what can be done locally to preserve materials in their current physical package; what options exist for digital preservation of appropriate materials; and what titles can be replaced in similar or alternate formats.

Task Force

Time, staff

1996

6.

In cooperation with the CUL Conservation Dept., determine the funding needs to accomplish the work that cannot be done locally, and identify possible sources for such funding. Work with CUL Conservation Dept, and Public Affairs from Law School and Library.

Director

Time

1996

8


9


1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION SECTION OF LEGAL EDUCATION AND ADMISSIONS TO THE BAR FALL 1997 LAW SCHOOL ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART m - LIBRARY SCHOOL NUMBER 99

Law School Name

CORNELL UNIVERSITY

City .

Ithaca

Name of Director

Claire M. Germain

Internet Address of Director

cmg 13@C orn ell .e d u

Name of Person to Receive Inquiries

Claire M, Germain

Title of Person to Receive Inquiries

Edward Cornell Law Libr.

Telephone Number

1607)255-5857

Fax Number

('6071255-1357

Internet Address of Person to Receive Inquiries

cmgl3@comell.edu

Ending Month of Library Fiscal Year (Number of Month)

j5

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State NY

Extension


1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

SECTION 1 - INFORMATION RESOURCES FOR PROFILING PURPOSES (1997-98 Fiscal Year) a. Added during fiscal year

b. Withdrawn during fiscal year

Held at end of fiscal year

1.

Titles (excluding non-book titles)

2.

Microform titles

_______ 2,224

___________Q

6.665

3.

Other non-book titles

_________ 21

0

571

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

5.

Number of active serial subscriptions

6.

Number of active serial titles

7.

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

1.947

_________m

--------166.358

__________M _______4 J 2 2

________ m

_____ 122,028

_________ mo _______ 6 J5 £ _______ 12Q4

11

8.

Volumes (excluding microforms)

_______ 2J45

_______ 1455

_____ 452,600

9.

Microfilm reels

__________11

0

5.374

10.

Volume equivalent of microfilm reels (microfilm reels x 5)

_________ 55

___________Q

26.870

11.

Microfiche (including microcards)

______ 32,125

29

636.188

12.

Volume equivalent of microfiche and microcards (microfiche / 6)

5.354

5

106.031

13.

Units of other microform formats

__________ Q

0

0

14.

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

______ 15.254

1.460

_____ 585,501

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1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

SECTION 2 - INFORMATION ACCESS & SERVICES TO OFF-SITE PATRONS 15.

Number of microform readers

__________ 4

16.

Number of microform reader printers

__________ 2

17.

Does the library participate in ("participate" means contribute record to the database)

18.

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

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

Y Y N

IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 18 IS YES, PLEASE RESPOND TO QUESTIONS 19-29. EF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 18 IS NO, PLEASE SKIP TO QUESTION 30.

19.

How many such consortia does the library participate in?

20.

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

21.

Y

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. On-site use of collections b. On-site borrowing privileges c. Priority, mediated *, off-site borrowing copying d. Priority, self-initiated **, off-site borrowing/copying e. Linked public catalogs

22.

3

Y N Y N N

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

* "Mediated" means requests sent by library staff. ** "Self-initiated" means any arrangement by any means (e.g. via a common online catalog, E-mail, telephone, telefacsimile) which permits law faculty and students to request the delivery of documents from a participating library without the intervention of a librarian.

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23.

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)

24.

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 EH.)

y

25.

26.

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 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

How many requests for material (to or from consortia libraries) were handled by the law library last fiscal year? * a. Sent by library _______ c. Recâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. by library _______________^ 2 . b. Filled for library ______ 541 d. Filled by library _______ 221

28.

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

318 223 0 0 0 0

* Requests from participating libraries should include direct (e.g. self-initiated) requests from patrons if that information is available.

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1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

29.

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

30.

Loan of original Photocopy Microform duplication E-mail (text transmission) Image transmission Other

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

31.

________ n _________ &

c. Recâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. by library ________ ^3 d. Filled by library ________2Z

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

32.

______ m 272 0 0 ________ Q ________ Q

Loan of original Photocopy Microform duplication E-mail (text transmission) Image transmission Other

3 5 0 _______ Q 0 n

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

11 _______1ÂŁ 0 0 ________Q ________Q

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1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

SECTION 3 - PERSONNEL Part-Time 33.

Number of full-time equivalent part-time librarians and other part-time professional staff:

_______ ÂŁL0

(Do NOT include professional librarians here; they are included in Part V - Profiles). 34.

35.

36.

Number of support staff (excluding hourly students and other temporary part-time support staff):

Full-Time

___________ 1

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:

________ 14

_______ QA

_____ 2.572

SECTION 4 - LIBRARY PHYSICAL FACILITIES 39.

Net square feet of space assigned for library purposes:

____ 1L534

40.

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

____ 71.182 ____ 2S.40Q

41.

42.

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

_________Q

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

_________Q

43.

Number of carrel seats available for library users:

______ 2QQ

44.

Number of non-carrel seats available for library users:

204

45.

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

404

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1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

SECTION 5 - HOURS OF LIBRARY OPERATION

46.

47.

48.

Regular Schedule

Abbreviated Schedule

Number of hours per week library is open:

---------------S i

__________

a. Hours per week professional staff on duty:

__________61

45

b. Hours per week only full-time support staff on duty:

-------------- 2Q

Q

c. Hours per week only students or other parttime staff on duty:

---------------- 4

Q

Number of hours of reference service provided per week:

_________ 56

40

Number of weeks per year library operates o n : a Abbreviated Schedule __________15.

49.

b. Expanded Schedule___________6

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

Y_____ b. Law faculty? Y_____

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N__


1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

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: ______ 1 8,755

51.

Total number of computer workstations used by faculty, staff and students: a. Used predominantly by law students: 81 b. Used predominantly by law school faculty: £1 c. Used predominantly by law school staff: §2 d. Used predominantly by law hbrary personnel: 21 e. Other (specify): ____________ Q

52.

What percent of these are the responsibility of the library: a. Used predominantly by law students: b. Used predominantly by law school faculty: c. Used predominantly by law school staff: d. Used predominantly by law library personnel: e. Other (specify): ____________

53. 54.

55.

Does the law school operate local area networks, if so, how many? Who is chiefly responsible for computer operations? Library Law School computer Department Both Law School and Library Other

14 0 Q 60 0

_Y

_____ Y _____ _____

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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1997 ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE PART 3 11/11/1997

What provisions does the law school have for CD-ROM applications: Library: Stand-alone player workstations for multiple users: Stand-alone player workstations for individual users (e.g. in staff or faculty offices):

__________ 2

CD-ROM Network: Number of players attached:

__________ Q.

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:

__________ 2

---------------- Q. _________ 65

---------------H

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

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Xâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;

If no, do you expect to have one?

_____

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

__________

Are any other law school services such as registrar, admissions, etc., on local systems? Are they networked? a. Financial Aid b. Registrar c. Admissions d. Other

Y Y

Y Y Y Yv

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 Aid . Y Y Registrar Y Admissions Library catalog . Y Y Other

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60.

What library catalog access points are available to users: a. Library only b. Dial up from home or faculty office c. Via telnet of local area or other packet switching network d. Available to all Internet users worldwide

61.

Number of computer workstations within the law library or elsewhere in the law school, consisting of monitor and keyboard, and used predominantly by students.

62.

Number of networked connections available to students within the law library or elsewhere in the law school (excluding those already counted in 61).

63.

Does your school require entering students to have a laptop or notebook computer?

SECTION 7 - COMMENTS 64.

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 res each.

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Cornell University Law Library 1997 ABA Annual Questionnaire Fiscal Information D.

Library Salaries

1. Salaries paid all professional law library personnel

$466,456

2. Support staff salaries (non-professionals)

$332,933

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

$25,369

4. Student Work Study (include both federal and institutional contribution)

$31,409

Total Library Salaries F.

$856,167

Fringe Benefits $296,285

4. Library (D l-5) Total Fringe Benefits G.

$296,285

Library Operations

1. Serial Subscriptions (including microform serials & CD-ROMS)

$786,436

2. On-Line Legal and Nonlegal Databases (not including bibliographic services)

$66,066

3. Acquisition o f Other Library Information Resources (books, non-serial microforms, CD-ROMS not reported above, audio-visual, and other)

$91,751

4. Binding and Rebinding

$21,659

5. Preservation Activities

$644

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

$0.0

7. Amount Spent from Law Library Budget for Automation o f Library Services

$0.0

8. Library Equipment (purchase, rental, repair, maintenance)

$8,864

9. Library Supplies, Postage and Similar Expenses

$17,185

10. Travel

$21,406

11. Other: Communications, Licenses, Fees

$24,543 Total Library Operations

Grand Total Library Expenditures

$1,038,554

$2,191,006


PRESERVATION Year Ending: June 30, 1997___________ 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

P e rs o n n e l

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

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12,670

2,46 0

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Salaries & Wages

Staff engaged in Library­ wide Preserv. activities

$ 15,130

Contract Expenditures Conservation _____________ Commercial binding $ 2 4 , 862.95 Photocopying ____________ Microfilming _____________ Conservation Photography________■ Other contract expend. _____________ Total Contract Expenditures

$0

$ 2 4 , 8 6 2 . 9^0

Preservation Supplies

$ 6 4 4. 00

Preservation Equipment

___________

TOTAL PRESERVATION EXPEND, (incl. Total Salaries & Wages)

Total Preservation Expenditures from External Sources

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mmm

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____________ 198 ____________ ___________ ____________ ___________ __________ 0______ 198 Q

Unbound sheets treated Photographs & non-paper items Custom fitted protective enclosures constructed

432

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)

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Preservation Microfilming Production Roil Film Contract______ In-House

Total Volumes Total Titles Total Exposures

Volumes Preserved by Digitization:

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In-House


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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY - ANNUAL STATISTICS 1996/97 J u ly 1, 1996 - Ju n e 30, 1997 TABLE OF CONTENTS Definition of Terms U se d ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ i i i Library Resources Table la Growth of Printed Volumes in the Libraries........................................................................................................................................................................1 Table lb Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library Annex ............................................................................................................................................................ 2 Table lc Printed Volumes — June 30,1997 ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 3 Table 2a Growth of Non-Book Materials...............................................................................................................................................................................................4 Table 2b Growth of Non-Book Materials............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Table 3 Growth of Microform Material................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Table 4 Growth of Manuscript M aterial..............................................................................................................................................................................................7 Table 5 Material in Process for Cataloging — June 3 0 ,1 9 9 7 ........................................................................................................................................................... 8 Table 6a Growth of Resources — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1996/97................................................................................................................................................... 9 Table 6b Growth of Printed Volumes in the Library — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1 9 9 6 /9 7 ....................................................................................................... 10 Library Services Table 7 Materials U s e .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Table 8a N etw orked Electronic D atabases..........................................................................................................................................................................................12 Table 8b Mann Gateway Database A ccess........................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Table 9 Reference Services...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Table 10 User Access and Instruction.......................................................................................................................................................................................................15 Table 11 Interlibrary Lending and Borrow ing.....................................................................................................................................................................................16 Table 12a Cataloging of Titles....................................................................................................................................................................................................................17 Table 12b Cataloging and Processing of Manuscript Material..........................................................................................................................................................18 Table 12c Serial and N ew spaper Titles Received and Processed................................................................................................................................................... 19 Table 13 Preservation A ctivity................................................................................................................................................................................................................20 Table 14 Growth of Services — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1996/97................................................................................................................................................... 21 Library Expenditures Table 15 Expenditures................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 22 Table 16 Expenditures Over Time — Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1996/97.........................................................................................................................................23 CISER Data Archive Table 17 Resources and Services..............................................................................................................................................................................................................24 Cornell M edical C ollege Table 18 Library R esources....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Table 19 Library Services..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................26


Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1996/97 D e fin itio n of T erm s

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D E FINITIO N OF TERMS USED IN THE CUL ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORT

Added: Added physical units or titles are those units or titles that have been cataloged according to A n g lo-A m erican C atalog in g R u les 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 ee m aterials use. Instruction sessions: Information contacts in which a staff member, or a person invited by a staff member, 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 it may 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 com pleted in manuscript, and collections of such manuscripts. Includes archival material. M aterials 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. M icroforms: 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. N etw orked 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. N on-book materials: Materials that are displayed by visual projection or magnification or through sound reproduction, or both, including sound recordings, m otion pictures and video recordings, and graphic materials. Also included are maps and computer files. Printed volum e: 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 m onographs and bound volum es 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

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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 if the source is not consulted again during this transaction. Directional transactions must NOT 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 CUL library to another. Title: The designation of a separate bibliographic whole, whether issued in one or several volum es, reels, discs, slides, or other parts. A book or serial title may be distinguished from other such titles by its unique International Standard Book or Serial Number. The term applies equally to print, audiovisual, and other library materials. For unpublished works, it is 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. W ithdrawn: W ithdrawn 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 ee a lso ad d ed an d subtracted.

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Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1996/97-juiyi,i996-june3o, 1997 Library Resources T able T able Table Table Table T able T able Table T able Table

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G ro w th of P rin te d V o lu m es in th e L ib ra rie s .................................................................................................1 G ro w th of P rin te d V o lu m es in th e L ibrary A n n e x .................................................................................... 2 P rin te d V o lu m es — Ju n e 30, 1997...................................................................................................................3 G ro w th of N on-B ook M a te ria ls .......................................................................................................................4 G ro w th o f N on-B ook M a te ria ls ..........................................................................................................................5 G ro w th of M icro fo rm M a te ria l...........................................................................................................................6 G ro w th of M a n u sc rip t M a te ria l..........................................................................................................................7 M aterial in P rocess for C atalo g in g — Ju n e 30, 1997.....................................................................................8 G ro w th of R esources — Fiscal Y ears 1990/91 to 1 9 9 6 /9 7 ...........................................................................9 G ro w th of P rin te d V o lu m es in th e L ib rary — Fiscal Y ears 1990/91 to 1 9 9 6 /9 7 ................................10


LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1a: GROW TH OF PRINTED VO LUM ES IN THE LIBRARIES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997 Volumes in Library Beginning of Year

Volumes Added

Volumes Subtracted

Total Volumes in Library

Endowed Libraries Africana Engineering Fine Arts

15,306 296,955 158,086

921 8,703 5,891

290 1,821 892

15,937 303,837 163,085

24,855 203,381 432,733 140,297 46,962 115,549 2,910,496 94,882 162,817

1,195 907 9,825 3,942 1,200 3,258 127,564 2,480 3,987

3,000 0 1,455 5,725 15 44 4,370 59 2,126

23,050 204,288 441,103 138,514 48,147 118,763 3,033,690 97,303 164,678

4,602,319

169,873

19,797

4,752,395

48,820 194,847 650,510 83,056

130 5,799 15,183 1,307

3,500 9,670 1,061 43

45,450 190,976 664,632 84,320

Subtotal

977,233

22,419

14,274

985,378

TOTAL

5,579,552

192,292

34,071

5,737,773

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

Subtotal Statutorv Libraries Geneva Experiment Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

Total Net Volumes Added to Libraries

158,221

* Total reflects the cataloging of more than 60,000 titles previously stored in the cataloging backlog.

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 1b: GROW TH O F PRINTED VO LUM ES IN LIBRARY ANNEX â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7

Volumes in Annex Beginning of Year

Volumes Added to Annex

Volumes Subtracted from Annex

Total Volumes in Annex End of Year

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

0 46,823 5,242 0 0 0 20,748

0 1,691 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 48,514 5,242 0 0 0 20,748

0 0 246,788 5,580 0

0 0 1,217 0 0

0 0 6 0 0

0 0 247,999 5,580 0

325,181

2,908

6

328,083

0 1,087 39,703 6,694

25 0 0 0

0 0 19 0

25 1,087 39,684 6,694

Subtotal

47,484

25

19

47,490

TOTAL

372,665

2,933

25

375,573

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

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

Total Net Volumes Added to the Library Annex

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TA B LE 1 c:

PRINTED VO LUM ES as of JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7

Volumes in Library

Volumes in the Annex

Total Volumes

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

15,937 303,837 163,085 23,050 204,288 441,103 138,514 48,147 118,763 3,033,690 97,303 164,678

0 48,514 5,242 0 0 0 20,748 0 0 247,999 5,580 0

15,937 352,351 168,327 23,050 204,288 441,103 159,262 48,147 118,763 3,281,689 102,883 164,678

4,752,395

328,083

5,080,478

45,450 190,976 664,632 84,320

25 1,087 39,684 6,694

45,475 192,063 704,316 91,014

Subtotal

985,378

47,490

1,032,868

TOTAL

5,737,773

375,573

6,113,346

Total Printed Volumes - June 30, 1997 Total Printed Volumes - June 30, 1996

6,113,346 5,952,217

Total Growth of Printed Volumes -- July 1, 1996 ■•June 30, 1997

161,129

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

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 2a: GROW TH OF NON-BO OK M ATERIAL â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1 9 9 6 - JUNE 30, 1997

Maps Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

Motion Pictures End Beg'ng of Year of Year

Filmstrips & Slides End Beg'ng of Year of Year

Video Tapes Beg'ng End of Year of Year

Endowed Libraries

TOTAL Table 2a

0 0 0 0 1,369 0 0 0 0 216,652 202 0

0 0 0 0 1,369 0 0 0 0 219,887 202 0

0 0 0 0 2,770 1 0 2 0 0 0 146

0 0 0 0 2,774 1 0 2 0 0 0 146

0 0 0 0 606 0 0 0 193 0 20 3,503

0 0 0 0 606 0 0 0 193 498 20 3,503

484 76 161 1,036 573 140 20 82 552 1,004 127 2,207

587 88 200 1,065 607 154 20 90 586 1,501 128 2,294

587 88 200 1,065 5,356 155 20 92 779 221,886 350 5,943

218,223

221,458

2,919

2,923

4,322

4,820

6,462

7,320

236,521

289 0 3,189 0

289 0 3,189 0

0 445 0 0

0 457 0 0

0 94 0 27,488

0 574 0 27,248

12 460 0 1029

12 483 0 1072

301 1,514 3,189 28,320

Subtotal

3,478

3,478

445

457

27,582

27,822

1,501

1,567

33,324

TOTAL

221,701

224,936

3,364

3,380

31,904

32,642

7,963

8,887

269,845

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

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

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TA B LE 2b:

GROW TH OF N O N -BO O K M A TER IA L â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7

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

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

266 64 0 63 7,953 356 0 5 43,046 412 0 21,284

1 199 0 20 0 13 814 39 7 863 201 45

3 284 62 23 0 18 984 46 10 1,167 220 39

269 348 62 86 7,953 374 984 51 43,056 1,579 220 21,323

587 88 200 1,065 5,356 155 20 92 779 221,886 350 5,943

856 436 262 1,151 13,309 529 1,004 143 43,835 223,465 570 27,266

72,250

73,449

2,202

2,856

76,305

236,521

312,826

10 1,692 0 538

10 1,712 0 538

29 179 1,672 44

31 182 1,798 49

41 1,894 1,798 587

301 1,514 3,189 28,320

342 3,408 4,987 28,907

Subtotal

2,240

2,260

1,924

2,060

4,320

33,324

37,644

TOTAL

74,490

75,709

4,126

4,916

80,625

269,845

350,470

Total Non-book Material - June 30, 1997 Total Non-book Material - June 30, 1996

350,470 _________ 343,548

Total Growth of Non-book Materials -- July 1,1996 - June 30,1997

_________ 6,922

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

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 3: GROW TH OF MICROFORM M A TER IA L — JULY 1 ,1 9 9 6 - JUNE 30, 1997

Microfilm

Microfiche

Microcard

_____Microprint

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

0 84,052 0 0 0 0 42,193 0 550 9,998 0 0

0 84,052 0 0 0 0 42,193 0 550 9,998 0 0

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

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

2,035 1,927,603 6,570 11,334 26,436 641,562 860,518 1,320 7,568 2,825,655 25,238 111,560

5,093,124

136,793

136,793

1,047,148

1,047,148

6,447,399

1,514 33,312 625,323 25,738

1,514 33,312 642,239 25,738

0 0 2,701 0

0 0 2,701 0

0 0 1,244 0

0 0 1,244 0

1,643 39,474 650,503 25,948

10,820

685,887

702,803

2,701

2,701

1,244

1,244

717,568

181,154

5,613,531

5,795,927

139,494

139,494

1,048,392

1,048,392

7,164,967

Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

Beg'ng of Year

End of Year

2,007 1,470 570 1,010 5,322 5,363 2,574 53 1,229 148,652 1,092 0

2,027 0 577 1,010 5,337 5,374 2,675 45 1,234 150,963 1,092 0

7 1,794,713 5,993 9,236 19,099 604,092 808,336 1,275 5,285 1,550,623 23,790 105,195

8 1,843,551 5,993 10,324 21,099 636,188 815,650 1,275 5,784 1,617,546 24,146 111,560

169,342

170,334

4,927,644

Geneva Experiment Station Industrial &Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

129 6,162 3,199 210

129 6,162 4,319 210

Subtotal - Statutory

9,700

TOTAL

179,042

Beg'ng of Year

TOTAL Microforms

Endowed Libraries

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

Total Microform Material - June 30, 1997 Total Microform Material - June 30, 1996

Total Growth of Microform Material —July 1,1996 - June 30,1997 Page 6

7,164,967 6,980,459

184,508


LIBRARY RESOURCES TA B LE 4: GROW TH OF M A NU SC RIPT M ATERIAL â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

Cubic Feet at Beginning of Year

Cubic Feet Added

Cubic Feet at End of Year

Unit Libraries/Departments Kroch Rare & Manuscript Collections

18,162

181

18,343

Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Documentation Center

9,845

114

9,959

Subtotal

28,007

295

28,302

21,085

210

21,295

Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Documentation Center

____________ 6,464

__________ 0

Subtotal

27,549

210

TOTAL

_________ 55,556

Library Annex Kroch Rare & Manuscript Collections

_______ 505^

6,464 27,759

_______ 56,061

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 5: M ATERIAL IN PROCESS FOR CATALOGING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7

Processing Center

Volumes/Pieces *

Central Technical Services**

109,432 **

Industrial & Labor Relations (ILR) Kroch (Rare and Manuscript Collections)

896 18,351

Law

2,728

Mann***

3,912 ***

Music (predominantly audio/video)

8,939

TOTAL

144,258

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

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 6a: GROWTH OF RESOURCES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Fiscal Years 1990/91 - 1996/97

Item Count:

1990/91

1991/92

1992/93

1993/94

1994/95

1995/96

1996/97

Total Growth 1991-1997

Percent Change

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

Printed Volumes & Non-Book Mat'ls Printed Volumes Maps Motion Pictures Filmstrips and Slides Video Tapes Sound Recordings Com puter Files

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

6,113,346 224,936 3,380 32,642 8,887 75,709 4,916

768,865 25,863 221 549 5,088 11,636 3,803

14% 13% 7% 2% 134% 18% 342%

Microforms Microfilm Microfiche Microcard Microprint

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 5,613,531 139,494 1,048,392

181,154 5,795,927 139,494 1,048,392

29,591 1,649,841 (199) 0

20% 40% (0.1%) 0%

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

61,850 434 56,061

1,922 (83) 8,761

3% (16%) 19%

174,525

180,654

184,376

211,650

194,465

192,470

144,258

(30,267)

(17%)

Serial Subscriptions Newspaper Subscriptions Archives (m anuscript material in cu.ft.) Material in Process for Cataloging

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LIBRARY RESOURCES TABLE 6b: GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES IN THE LIBRARY - Fiscal Years 1990/91 through 1996/97*

1990/91

UNIT

1991/92

1992/93

1993/94

1994/95

1995/96

1996/97

TOTAL GROWTH 1991-1997

Percent Change

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

Endowed Libraries

13,803 294,016 142,864 24,527 n/a 399,163 160,647 39,864 100,044 2,981,165 89,113 164,353

13,559 303,868 146,492 25,578 n/a 406,298 162,190 41,450 102,681 3,056,507 91,427 166,589

13,954 312,345 149,181 26,509 n/a 411,417 157,016 42,895 105,563 3,125,574 93,260 170,438

14,441 320,651 152,520 27,407 n/a 417,645 154,810 43,940 108,830 3,195,071 95,594 173,603

15,183 334,175 157,720 24,483 201,314 423,824 158,079 45,500 111,952 3,077,894 98,106 173,503

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

15,937 352,351 168,327 23,050 204,288 441,103 159,262 48,147 118,763 3,281,689 102,883 164,678

2,134 58,335 25,463 (1,477) 2,974 41,940 (1,385) 8,283 18,719 300,524 ** 13,770 325

4,409,559

4,516,639

4,608,152

4,704,512

4,821,733

4,927,500

5,080,478

670,919

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

53,869 180,569 635,286 82,507

54,392 185,285 647,254 84,546

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

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

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

45,475 192,063 704,316 91,014

Subtotal

934,922

952,231

971,477

993,013

1,013,502

1,024,717

TOTAL

5,344,481

5,468,870

5,579,629

5,697,525

5,835,235

5,952,217

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

15% 20% 18% (6%) 1% 11% (1%) 21% 19% 10% 15% 0.2% 15%

Statutory Libraries

Geneva Experiment Station Industrial &Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary

(7,633) 16,772 78,205 10,602

(14%) 10% 12% 13%

1,032,868

97,946

10%

6,113,346

768,865

14%

* Counts reported as of June 30 of each fiscal year. ** Formerly included in Olin prior to the opening of Kroch Library; Olin percentage reflects the removal of Rare and Ms Collections volumes from the count.

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Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1 9 9 6 / 9 7 -j„ iyi, me - June 30,1997 Library Services Table Table Table Table Table Table T able Table Table Table Table

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M aterials U se ......................................................................................................................................................... 11 N e tw o rk e d Electronic D a ta b a s e s .................................................................................................................... 12 M an n G atew ay D atab ase A ccess..................................................................................................................... 13 R eference S e rv ic e s .............................................................................................................................................. 14 U ser A ccess a n d In s tru c tio n .............................................................................................................................15 In te rlib rary L en d in g a n d B o rro w in g ............................................................................................................ 16 C atalo g in g of T itle s ............................................................................................................................................. 17 C atalo g in g a n d P ro cessin g of M a n u sc rip t M a te ria l................................................................................. 18 Serial a n d N e w s p a p e r T itles R eceived a n d P ro c e s se d .............................................................................. 19 P re se rv a tio n A c tiv ity .........................................................................................................................................20 G ro w th of Services — Fiscal Y ears 1990/91 to 1 9 9 6 /9 7 ...........................................................................21


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 7:

M ATERIALS USE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1 ,1 9 9 6 - JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7 General Circulation Online Circ Manual Ck'd Out/Renewed

In-Library Use

Circulation

TOTAL Materials Use

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

8,172 3,476 58,910 66,252 23,646 0 28,096

0 3,194 1,429 0 0 0 529

5,333 5,083 49,950 42,526 22,337 21,158 40,068

13,505 11,753 110,289 108,778 45,983 21,158 68,693

Management

41,682

0

39,628

81,310

Mathematics

20,794

2,577

11,392

34,763

22,406 367,828 32,711 139,768

15,225 27,494 262 6,464

39,755 294,669 83,263 82,455

77,386 689,991 116,236 228,687

813,741

57,174

737,617

1,608,532

4,829 2,719 33,863 212,753 25,153

0 1,500 886 954 7,008

1,861 12,375 11,603 165,473 5,371

6,690 16,594 46,352 379,180 37,532

Subtotal - Statutory

279,317

10,348

196,683

486,348

TOTAL

1,093,058

67,522

934,300

2,094,880

Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections) Physical Sciences Uris

Subtotal - Endowed Statutory Libraries Entomology (see Mann) Geneva Experiment Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann/Entomology Veterinary


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 8a: NETWORKED ELECTRONIC DATABASES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

D a tab as e

1994/1995

1995/1996

1996/1997

Growth in

Total Searches

Total Searches

Total Searches

Total Searches

3,510,810

n/a

56,224

3,924,263

3,567,034

A B I/Inform *

n/a

57,647

*

n/a

50,489 7,906 23,298

*

43 ,243 40,248 7,527

t

A pp lied S cie nce & Techology Index* Avery A rchite ctural Index (AVE)

*

25 ,122

t

(2,511) 1,824

42 ,420

%

(2,396)

Booksout*

Subtotal

*

3,754,611 68 ,293

(169,652) *

3,924,263

Cornell Library Catalog

t t

3,822,904

12,069 (157,583)

Databases & Periodical Indexes

10,038 n/a

A rt Index* B io lo gica l & Agricultural Index* E ngineering Index - Ei Page O ne (EiP) E nglish Short T itle C atalog (ESTC) (2 m o .) * "

n/a 15,178 n/a n/a 3,004

G eoR ef (6 m o.)*** H ispanic A m erican P eriodical Index (HAPI)

n/a

H istory o f Science & T echnology Index to Foreign Legal P eriodicals

951 n/a 14,587

Index to Legal Periodicals* INSPEC M ED LIN E (6m o.)*** M LA B ibliography

n/a

O C LC W orldC at PAIS (Public A ffairs Inform ation Service) P eriodical Abstracts* P sychlnfo* RLIN (R esearch Libraries Inform ation N W )/E ureka U n C over A rticle A ccess & Delivery

Subtotal Mann Library Gateway** TOTAL

44,816 * 12,978 202 *** 3,564 *** 2,377

8,369 1,009 5,780 1,413

2,869 755

2,125 402

16,851 26,271 11,579

12,266 35,524 ***

(10,241)

(6,809) 807 t

2,216 (1,591) (744) (549)

t

30,946 30,906 52,807

t

11,350

t

116,029 61 ,962

t

(4,585) 20,937 19,367 19,147 27,184

11,759 25,623 2,558

18,583 40,917

n/a n/a

187,843 60,968

74,417

100,297

68,970

14,860 172,975

11,978 685,642

9,489 60 7,907

434,932

215,699

539,155

626,304

410,605

4,312,937

4,791,831

5,057,115

744,178

3,454 * *

**

t

* 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. *** 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. 1 Due to NOTIS upgrade, no statistics reports were generated for July 96, so July 95 figures were used.

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(14,404)

8,792 (71,814) 994 (5,447) (5,371)


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 8b: MANN GATEWAY DATABASE ACCESS — JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997 1996/1997

_______________

Database

Total Searches**

Cornell Library Catalog

174,970 ■

Databases & Periodical Indexes" ABI/Inform

9,369

Acid Rain in the Northeast AGRICOLA Acreage

4,497 23,776 2,249 3,872 114,676 12,721 2.373 2,353 3.227 2.228 11,909 1,957 2,020 2,665 6,579 * 2,082 • 33,229

Agricultural Prices BIOSIS Previews CAB Abstracts Crop Production DIALOG Business Connection DIALOG Papers Dissertation Abstracts Online ERIC Food Science & Technology Abstracts Grain stocks Hogs & Pigs INSPEC* Magazine database MEDLINE (DIALOG : 1967-) NTIS

1582

OCLC WorldCat'

2,936 *

Periodical Abstracts (Infoshare : 1986-)

25,567

Poultry outlook

1.999

Poultry, production and value Prices received by commodity, historic data series,

indexes

PsycINFO (DIALOG : 1967- )* RLIN‘

1,561 2,457 14,782 * 1.999 ‘

U S. Census of population and housing UnCover*

1.374 6,184 •

USDA Economics & Statistics

13,845

Wheat outlook

1,062

World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates

2,394

All others

__________ 131,810

Mann Library Gateway TOTAL

626,304

System wide databases accessed via the Mann Gateway are counted as Gateway access in Table 8a, but are counted as searches on the specific database resource in this breakdown These system wide accesses via the Gateway account for 33% of Gateway access, or approximately 189,000 searches; this represents approximately 4% of all system searches Data calculated using a total resource access figure of 626,304 for 1996/97, prorated to individual databases using access percentages


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 9: REFERENCE SERVICES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997 Total Reference Services* Endowed Libraries 1,027

Africana Engineering

8,431

Fine Arts

5,380

Hotel

5,832

Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections)

9,653

Law

6,983

Management

9,809

Mathematics

1,009 3,526

Music Olin/Kroch (Asia Collections)

42,644 6,880

Physical Sciences Uris

11,790

Subtotal

112,964

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experiment Station

790

Industrial & Labor Relations

11,543

Mann/Entomology

57,861

Veterinary

9,751

Subtotal

79,945

TOTAL

192,909


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 10: USER ACCESS AND INSTRUCTION â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

Bibliographies & Handouts

Hours of Operation Per Typical Week*

Number

Participants

68.0 20.0 94.0 82.0 93.0 44.0 85.0 97.0 85.0 78.0

2 0 35 36 24 124 42 52 0 1

16 0 499 438 440 2,758 873 553 0 17

439 19 n/a **

5,238 217 n/a **

Instruction Sessions

Tours Number

Participants

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

1 0 0 27 24 46 64 10 3 1 437 0 n/a **

87.0 97.0 104.0

774

11,049

0 0 4 2 12 73 18 6 4 1 143 5 n/a ** 268

0 0 15 3 110 639 285 47 15 17 936 62 n/a 2,129

613

79.5 AVG

n/a *** 200 0 0 2

38.0 39.0 87.0 92.0 98.0

n/a *** 7 80 97 1

n/a *** 53 553 1,540 10

n/a *** 3 46 57 32

Subtotal - Statutory

202

70.8 AVG

185

2,156

138

1,347

TOTAL

815

77.1 AVG

959

13,205

406

3,476

Subtotal - Endowed Statutory Libraries Entom ology G eneva Experim ent Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann Veterinary

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

n/a 70 175 929 173

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 11: INTERLIBRARY LENDING & BORROW ING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1 9 9 6 - JUNE 30, 1997

LENDING *_______________ Loans Titles Requested

Item Totals

16,565

Photocopies Filled 10,781

TOTAL LENDING:

* Note:

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Titles Requested 20,185

Requested Filled

Filled 13,224

36,750 24,005

BORROWING Loans Titles Requested 6,655

Photocopies Filled 5,542

TOTAL BORROWING:

Titles Requested 10,601

Requested Filled

Filled 8,793

17,256 14,335 *

Totals reflect the installation of the OCLC ILL system. Statistics include interlibrary lending and borrowing for all the Cornell University libraries except the Medical College. See Table 19 for Medical College interlibrary loan information.


LIBRARY SERVICES TA B LE 12a:

CATALO G ING OF TITLES — JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

Mono­

Mono­ graphs on

graphs

Microform

Serials on Micro­ Serials

form

Maps

Audio/

Computer

Visuals

Files

TOTAL Cataloged

Endowed Libraries

* Central Tech. Services Law ** Music Kroch (Rare &Ms Collections)

Reclassified & Recataloged Titles

n/a 1,626 0 4,152

n/a 2,216 0 0

n/a 0 0 0

n/a 8 0 0

n/a 0 0 0

n/a 3 788 0

n/a 18 0 0

76,921 3,871 788 4,152

2,781 3,096 0 0

5,778

2,216

0

8

0

791

18

85,732

5,877

0 2,890 7,949

0 2 306

0 176 607

0 7 42

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 15 1,120

0 3,090 10,024

5,164 413 219

Subtotal - Statutory

10,839

308

783

49

0

0

1,135

13,114

5,796

TOTAL

16,617

2,524

783

57

0

791

1,153

98,846

11,673

Subtotal - Endowed

Statutory Libraries

Geneva Experiment Station Industrial &Labor Relations *** Mann

Total Titles Cataloged & Recataloged

110,519 *

* Includes Africans, CISER Data Archives, Engineering, Fine Arts, Hotel, Management, Mathematics, Music (books &scores), Olin/Kroch (including maps and Asia Collections), Physical Sciences, and Uris titles. ** Sound recordings. *** Includes Entomology and Veterinary titles.

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LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 12b: C ATALO G ING & PR OCESSING M A N U S C R IP T M A TER IA L â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JU N E 30, 1997

RUN Archives & Manuscripts Records

Collections Processed

278

94

Finding Aids Produced

Manuscript Cards Produced

Endowed Libraries Kroch Rare and Manuscript Collections

32

0

_________ 26^

_________ 0

Statutory Libraries Industrial & Labor Relations Labor Mgmt Document Center

TOTAL

___________ 0

278

________ 26_

120

58


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 12c:

SERIAL & NEW SPAPER TITLES RECEIVED & PROCESSED — JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 3 0 ,1 9 9 7

Serials Titles Beginning of Year

Titles Added

Newspapers

Subtracted *

Total Serial Titles

Beginning of Year

Titles Added

Endowed Libraries Central Tech. Services Hotel Law

Subtracted *

Total Newspaper Titles

39,793 1,498 5,691

389 31 187

324 0 126

39,858 1,529 5,752

348 16 7

33 1 0

4 0 0

377 17 7

46,982

607

450

47,139

371

34

4

401

922 3,939 8,585 841

2 103 173 10

6 55 286 18

918 3,987 8,472 833

7 4 20 2

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

7 4 20 2

Subtotal - Statutory

14,287

288

365

14,210

33

0

0

33

TOTAL

6 1 ,2 6 9

895

815

6 1 ,3 4 9

404

34

4

434

Subtotal - Endowed Statutory Libraries Geneva Experiment Station Industrial & Labor Relations *** Mann Veterinary

' Titles subtracted includes titles that ceased to be published and subscriptions cancelled. '* Includes Africana, 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 SERVIC ES TABLE 13:

PRESERVATION ACTIVITY â&#x20AC;&#x201D; July 1, 1996 - June 30, 1997 Contract

In-House

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

Total

0 0 0 0

1,176 17 219 309

1,176 17 219 309

0

1,721

1,721

22,979

0

22,979

Volumes

2,425

0

2,425

Titles

2,233

0

2,233

0

0

0

462

116

578

0

0

0

Total Conservation Treatment

Commercial Binding Preservation Microfilm (Roll Film)

Exposures

Preservation Photocopying Bound Volum es Photocopied Manuscripts photocopied

Digital Imaging Projects:

Brittle Book Replacements

44,756

Making of America Phase I

290,435

Total Images Digitized

335,191


LIBRARY SERVICES TABLE 14: GROWTH OF SERVICES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Fiscal Years 1990/91 -1996/97

Tvpe of Service:

1990/91

1991/92

1992/93

1993/94

1994/95

1995/96

1996/97

Total Growth 1990-1997

Percent Chanqe

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

In-Library Materials Use (Table 7)

873,267

745,693

800,808

879,896

891,836

873,282

934,300

61,033

7%

General Circulation (Table 7)

882,805

1,157,641

1,180,996

1,137,993

1,155,128

1,117,759

1,160,580

277,775

31%

Reference Services (Table 9)

251,104

255,566

248,934

255,607

238,941

195,014

192,909

494

705

658

725

790

893

959

465

94%

9,282

9,454

9,631

10,641

12,357

12,143

13,205

3,923

42%

24,355 14,190

20,283 15,682

20,786 15,290

19,645 15,306

20,350 16,098

17,045 13,591

24,005 14,335

n/a

n/a

n/a

3,780,513

4,787,232

4,795,420

5,057,115

Instructional Sessions Instructional Session Participants Interlibrary Loan - Lending - Borrowing Networked Electronic Database Searches

(58,195)

(23%)

(350) 145 1,276,602

(1%) 1% 34%

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Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1996/97 —July 1 ,1 9 9 6 -J u n e 30,1997 Library Expenditures Table 15 Table 16

E x p e n d itu re s ............................................................................................................................................................ 22 E x p e n d itu res O v e r T im e — Fiscal Y ears 1990/91 to 1 9 9 6 /9 7 ................................................................ 23


LIBRARY EXPENDITURES TABLE 15: EXPENDITURES — July 1, 1996 - June 30, 1997 Wages From Dept Budget

CWSP Fed Share

$ 679,612

$ 62,884

$ 0

Salaries Library Administration

Fringe Benefits

TOTAL Employment Expense

Library Materials

Postage and Bindinq

Operating Expenses

TOTAL Expenditures By Unit

$ 257,228

$ 999,724

$ 0

$ 0

$ 749,505

$

$

1,749,229

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

516,263

24,940

7,386

191,966

$ 740,555

$ 0

$ 0

$ 320,425

2,148,996 558,466 406,542

51,502 55,625 10,971

12,597 3,370 4,999

798,093 220,902 150,803

3,011,188 838,363 573,315

0 77,859 0

0 0 0

273,153 505,332 10,045

3,284,341 1,421,554 583,360

340,526 $ 3,970,793

35,435 $ 178,473

6,707 $ 35,059

131,174 $ 1,492,938

513,842 $ 5,677,263

0 $ 77,859

0 $0

524,711 $ 1,633,666

1,038,553 $ 7,388,788

$ 5,218 (1,019)

$ 261 0

$ 24,725 11,669

$ 96,552 42,142

$ 27,135 0

$ 0 * 0 *

$ 4,481 3,519

685,469 168,502 387,392 854,616

0 * 0 * 0 * 51,535

39,825 35,483 164,325 53,649

1,060,980

Endowed Libraries Africans Annex

$ 66,348 31,492

$

128,168 45,661

Engineering Fine Arts Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) Law

262,849 172,495 757,606 692,063

21,562 26,661 53,073 40,918

10,179 5,219 3,283 16,819

97,515 64,973 290,494 256,574

392,105 269,348 1,104,456 1,006,374

Management

234,366

29,751

10,465

86,764

361,346

272,889

0 *

29,244

663,479

75,286 153,020 2,175,036 197,339 $4,817,900

9,529 32,332 210,468 14,451 $ 442,944

6,841 9,839 90,340 6,544 $ 159,790

27,856 58,110 815,425 73,268 $ 1,807,373

119,512 253,301 3,291,269 291,602 $ 7,228,007

201,571 116,977 3,870,217 737,183 $7,321,951

o • 0 * 296,825 o • $ 348,360

11,476 14,211 364,130 30,140 $ 750,483

332,559 384,489 7,822,441 1,058,925 $ 15,648,801

$ 80,294 869,511 1,885,380 132,472 $2,967,657

$ 0 57,732 215,812 24,120 $297,664

$ 0 11,367 42,230 791 $54,388

$ 0 0 24,237 0 $24,237

$ 80,294 938,610 2,167,659 157,383 $3,343,946

$

137,218 246,950 1,217,528 289,516 $1,891,212

$ 4,538 18,497 63,643 12,495 $99,173

$ 34,378 273,271 753,521 104,735 $1,165,905

$ 256,428 1,477,328 4,202,351 564,129 $6,500,236

258,306 1,404,306 42,681

61,518 73,085 0

10,286 0 0

96,513 454,683 13,658

426,623 1,932,074 56,339

201,304 939,019 39

2,292 31,459 9

119,065 340,191 6,598

749,284 3,242,743 62,984

$ 14,141,255

$ 1,116,568

$ 259,523

$4,146,630

$ 19,663,976

$ 10,431,384

$481,292

$4,765,413

$ 35,342,065

Mathematics Music Olin/Kroch/Uris Physical Sciences Subtotal Endowed Libraries

1,117,399 473,333 1,656,173 1,966,174

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experiment Station Industrial & Labor Relations Mann Veterinary Subtotal Statutory Libraries Hotel Medical Medical Archives

GRAND TOTAL

* Included in Olin/Kroch/Uris figure. " Excludes $54,100 for indirect cost charges; and $2,005,737 for transfer out expenses within Library accounts.

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LIBRARY EXPENDfTURES TABLE 16: EXPENDITURES OVER TIME - Fiscal Years 1990/91 to 1996/97 Unit Library Adnlinistration

1990/91 $1,286,558

1991/92 $1,355,524

TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY UNIT 1992/93 1993/94 1994/95 $1,613,791

$1,597,699

$1,488,468

1995/96

Accum ulated

1996/97

$1,541,873

$

CHANGE

Percent

1991-1997

Change

lncr/(Decr)

lncr/(Decr)

1,749,229

$462,671

36%

8%

Endowed Library Central Services Adm inistrative O perations Technical Services

$986,817

$910,289

$957,343

$934,562

$948,003

$952,232

1,060,980

3,044,244

3,261,219

3,656,677

3,583,004

3,105,819

3,242,566

3,284,341

$74,163 $240,097

8%

P re se rva tio n '

553,649

685,204

948,499

1,078,114

1,174,348

1,390,868

1,421,554

$867,905

*

157%

Collection D evelopm ent *

425,045

430,565

450,548

419,586

520,504

555,491

583,360

*

37%

Com puter/Autom ated System s

568,384

642,651

1,004,138

1,056,689

1,063,535

1,563,985

1,038,553

$5,578,139

$5,929,928

$7,017,205

$7,071,955

$6,812,209

$7,705,142

$7,388,788

$158,315 $470,169 $1,810,649

$104,976

$144,420

$117,586

$114,223

$119,450

$122,884

$128,168

32,206

33,371

38,467

39,998

42,666

51,540

45,661

Engineering

854,429

996,781

1,102,403

1,167,076

1,122,076

1,082,361

1,117,399

Fine Arts

368,353

382,674

417,062

391,727

445,340

457,093

473,333

Subtotal Central Services

83% 32%

Endowed Libraries Africana Annex

866,297

1,053,934

1,015,453

1,154,196

1,241,166

1,493,387

1,656,173

1,433,170

1,627,840

1,684,295

1,833,257

1,961,184

1,975,808

1,966,174

Managem ent

505,438

510,494

559,178

603,816

630,040

665,510

663,479

Mathematics

253,149

265,974

296,308

295,036

309,620

301,093

332,559

Music

317,250

334,956

352,703

348,637

370,005

376,456

384,489

5,895,516

5,879,830

6,604,856

6,917,269

7,111,008

7,181,962

7,822,441

824,585

930,848

1,001,985

959,687

971,991

1,024,668

1,058,925

$11,455,369

$12,161,122

$13,190,296

$13,824,922

$14,324,546

$14,732,762

$15,648,801

Kroch (Rare & Ms Collections) * Law

Olin/Kroch/Uris * Physical Sciences Subtotal Endowed Libraries

$23,192 $13,455

22% 42%

$262,970 $104,980 $789,876 $533,004 $158,041 $79,410 $67,239 $1,926,925 $234,340 $4,193,432

31% 28%

*

91% 37% 31% 31%

21% *

33% 28% 37%

Statutory Libraries Geneva Experim ent Station

$294,334

$217,695

$232,006

$247,473

$267,194

$286,774

$256,428

($37,906)

(13%)

Industrial & Labor Relations

1,658,734

1,369,992

1,457,779

1,498,443

1,481,388

1,462,191

1,477,328

(11%)

Mann

3,634,717

3,541,426

3,739,868

3,710,245

3,967,331

3,915,530

4,202,351

($181,406) $567,634

546,798

536,722

594,490

627,725

569,853

562,981

564,129

$17,331

3%

$6,134,583

$5,665,835

$6,024,143

$6,083,886

$6,285,766

$6,227,476

$6,500,236

$365,653

6% 33%

Veterinary Subtotal Statutory Libraries

Hotel

562,205

511,722

615,362

695,680

745,073

712,552

749,284

$187,079

2,172,899

2,373,694

2,404,542

2,659,572

2,838,830

3,082,395

3,242,743

$1,069,844

110,265

100,442

104,698

52,399

61,250

61,008

62,984

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

365.5 : $0,275

$9,009,006

$8,710,463

$9,291,011

$9,435,903

$9,148,276

$9,367,382

Medical Medical Archives

1971 Dollar Base Value

$

35,342,065

375.5 : $0,266 $9,400,989

Information prior to 1995/96 has been restated to separately report Collection D evelopm ent and Rare & M anuscript Collections which were previously included in other units. Page 23

($47,281) $8,042,047

16%

49% (43%) 29%

70.3

18.7%

$391,983

4.35%


Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1996/97

July 1,1996 - Ju n e 30,1997

CISER Data Archive Table 17

R esources & S ervices

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CISER DATA ARCHIVE TABLE 17:

RESOURCES & SERVICES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; July 1,1 99 6 - June 30, 1997

Computer Files Resources

Beg'ng of Year

Collection Growth

22,229

End of Year 18,872

TOTAL Growth (3,357)

Services Reference:

Reference services

Materials Use:

In-library materials use General circulation of printed materials

803 1,595 198

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Cornell University Library ANNUAL STATISTICS 1995/96

July 1,1996 - Ju n e 30,1997

Cornell Medical College T able 18 T able 19

L ib rary R esources L ib rary Services....

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CORNELL M EDICAL COLLEGE TABLE 18:

LIBRARY RESOURCES â&#x20AC;&#x201D; JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

LIBRARY *

ARCHIVES **

Growth of Printed Volumes Volum es in Library at Beginning of Year Volum es in Library at End of Year

TOTAL GROWTH OF PRINTED VOLUMES

167,912 * " 171,545

n/a n/a

3,633

n/a

Non-Book Material Recordings (includes audiocassettes & tapes) AV Software (All form ats) Com puter Files Video Tapes Motion Pictures

0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL NON-BOOK MATERIAL

2,000 0 0 638 313

0

2,951 ++

LIBRARY Growth of Microforms Microfilm Microfiche

ARCHIVES

Beainnina

End of Year

Growth

Beainnina

End of Year

509

509

0

547

548

1

10.196

10.894

698

30

30

0

10,705

11,403

698

577

578

1

Growth

'Samuel J. Wood Library and CV. Starr Biomedical Center "M edical Archives of the New York Hospital-Comell Medical Center "*167,807 reported last year in error ftT h is 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:

Growth of Serial & Newspaper Titles Currently Received and Processed

LIBRARY SERVICES — JULY 1, 1996 - JUNE 30, 1997

LIBRARY * ARCHIVES **

LIBRARY * ARCHIVES Cataloqinq Monographs

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

1,577 1,559

NA NA

17 17

NA NA

1,576

NA

220,480 49,893

NA NA

270,373

NA

Serials AudioA/isual & Microcomputer Software

TOTAL CATALOGING Reclassified & Recataloged Titles

TOTAL SERIAL & NEWSPAPER TITLES

1,828

NA

41 46

NA NA

1,915

NA

30

NA

0 0

15 15

Materials Use In Library Materials Use General Circulation

TOTAL MATERIALS USE

Archival & Mss. Processina Collections Processed Finding Aids Produced

Reference Services 13,053

307

Bibliographies & Handouts Average Hours of Operation Per Week Instruction Sessions

353 108

NA 40

Interlibrarv Lending and Borrowing

Number Participants Tours Number Participants

109 403

NA NA

Reference questions answered

User Access and Instruction

8 99

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

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6 10

Requested 731

Filled 497

Photocopies Borrowing Loans

5,664

5,045

914

909

Photocopies

5,601

5,586

Lending Loans

Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1997