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Mandatory Fee: Library. Tuition and Fee Proposal Committee Presentations For the Academic Years 2010-11 and 2011-12 . Student Benefits: Study Spaces. Information Commons: 125 computers 1607 study seats 30 group study rooms (19,000 uses) Graduate quiet and collaborative study rooms

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mandatory fee library

Mandatory Fee: Library

Tuition and Fee Proposal Committee Presentations

For the Academic Years 2010-11 and 2011-12

student benefits study spaces
Student Benefits: Study Spaces
  • Information Commons: 125 computers
  • 1607 study seats
  • 30 group study rooms (19,000 uses)
  • Graduate quiet and collaborative study rooms
  • 775,000 people entered the building (Gate Count)
student benefits collections
Student Benefits: Collections
  • 1.2 Million Volumes
  • 43,000 Current Serial Subscriptions
  • 12,500 Video, 20,000 Audio Items
  • 16,000 Maps, 3.2 Million Microform Units
  • 4,800 Linear Feet of Special Collections
student benefits collections5
Student Benefits: Collections
  • 175,000 items checked-out
  • 2,124,119 searches in indexes and databases
  • 1,411,981 accesses to online articles
  • 7,800 items borrowed from other libraries
  • 914 items on e-reserve
student benefits services
Student Benefits: Services
  • Reference and Instruction:
    • 64,000 reference questions (desk, phone, chat, IM)
    • 240 instruction sessions for 4855 students
    • 333 tours for 8277 students
  • 45 laptops (15,607 uses)
  • 5240 students reached with other activities on campus
highlights
Highlights
  • Completion of the first phase of the Information Commons
  • Completion of a new Special Collections area
  • New integrated discovery environment that connections books, indexes, databases and articles
internal realignments
Internal Realignments
  • Improvements in processing:
    • Get books to the shelves faster with less staff intervention
    • Staff previously focused on processing physical materials moved to digital materials
    • More records for digital books loaded into the library catalog so they will be easier to find
internal realignments9
Internal Realignments
  • New First-Year Services Department:
    • Collaborate with other first-year services to offer seamless support for students
    • Develop more online content related to finding and using information
plans for 2011 2012
Plans for 2011/2012
  • Complete the renovation of the 2nd floor:
    • 50 additional computers
    • 10 more study rooms
    • Space for the Writing Center and Tomas Rivera Tutoring Services and Supplemental Instruction
    • Move services not directly related to students and faculty out of the library
adequacy of funding
Adequacy of funding
  • Large fund balances are being used to improve the physical spaces in the library
  • Current fee is adequate for 2010 operations (budget is balanced)
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