1999 Academic Library Survey Form

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1999 Texas Academic Libraries Survey

(Fiscal Year 1999)

Return to:

Texas State Library and Archives Commission


Library Development Division


Box 12927


Austin, Texas 78711-2927

Directory Information. Please Update

If there are any questions contact:

Kathleen Walls


Texas State Library and Archives Commission


512-463-5532


kathleen.walls@tsl.texas.gov

DUE: FEBRUARY 1, 2000

1. Library contact for this survey

2. Title

3: Telephone (area code, number, ext.)

SCOPE OF REPORT

Are law library statistics included?


� Yes � No � We do not have a Law Library


Are medical library statistics included?


� Yes � No � We do not have a Medical Library.


Are media services (audiovisual services) statistics included?


� Yes � No � We are not responsible for Media Services.

PART A - NUMBER OF PUBLIC SERVICE OUTLETS, FISCAL YEAR 1999

Line No.

Item

Number

01

Branch and independent libraries (Exclude main or central library)

 

PART B - LIBRARY STAFF, FALL 1999 (Current Year)


Exclude Maintenance and Custodial Staff ( Report data to two decimals)

Line No.

Librarians and other professional staff

Number of FTEs

02

Librarians

 

03

Other professionals

 

04

Total librarians and other professional staff (Sum lines 02 and 03)

 

05

All other paid staff (except student assistants)

 

06

Contributed services staff

 

07

Student assistants

 

08

Total full-time equivalent (FTE) staff (Sum lines 04 through 07)

 

PART C - LIBRARY EXPENDITURES, FISCAL YEAR 1999


Note:
Do not report the same expenditures more than once

Line no.

Category

Amount


(Whole dollars only)

 

Salaries and wages:

 

09

Librarians and other professional staff

$

10

All other paid staff (except student assistants)

$

11

Student assistants

$

 

Information resources

 

 

Books, serial backfiles, and other materials

$

12

Paper and microform

$

13

Electronic

$

 

Current serial subscriptions and search services

 

14

Paper and microform

$

15

Electronic

$

16

Audiovisual materials

$

17

Document Delivery/Interlibrary loan

$

18

Preservation

$

19

Other materials

$

 

Operating expenditures:

 

20

Furniture and equipment (exclude computer equipment)

$

21

Computer hardware and software (exclude maintenance)

$

22

Bibliographic utilities, networks, and consortia

$

23

All other operating expenditures

$

24

Total Expenditures (Sum of lines 09 through 23)

$

25

Employee fringe benefits (if paid from the library budget)

$

PART D - LIBRARY COLLECTIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1999

Line no.

Category

Added during the fiscal year (1)

Held at the end of the fiscal year (2)

 

Book, serial backfiles, and other materials (include government document)

 

 

26

Paper - Volumes

 

 

27

Paper - Titles

 

 

28

Microform - Units

 

 

29

Electronic - Titles

 

 

 

Current serial subscriptions:

 

 

30

Number of paper and microform subscriptions

 

 

31

Number of electronic subscriptions

 

 

32

Audiovisual materials - Units

 

 

PART E - LIBRARY SERVICES, FISCAL YEAR 1999

Line no.

Category

Number

 

Document delivery/interlibrary loans provided to other libraries:

 

33

Returnable

 

34

Non-returnable

 

35

Total Provided (Sum lines 33 and 34)

 

 

Document delivery/interlibrary received from other libraries or commercial services:

36

Returnable

 

37

Non-Returnable

 

38

Total Received ( Sum lines 36 and 37)

 

 

Circulation Transactions

 

39

General collection

 

40

Reserve collection

 

 

Information Service to Groups

 

41

Number of presentations

 

42

Total attendance at all presentations

 

PART F - LIBRARY SERVICES, TYPICAL WEEK, FALL 1999

Line no.

Category

Number in a typical week

43

Hours open in a typical week

 

44

Gate count in a typical week

 

45

Reference transactions in a typical week

 

PART - G ELECTRONIC SERVICES

This section request information about the availability of electronic services in the library and elsewhere on campus and off campus access by your primary clientele and other users. Please respond to each item by marking an (X) in the appropriate column.

Line No

Category

Mark (X) in appropriate column

 

 

Access from

Access off campus by

 

 

Within library (1)

Elsewhere on campus (2)

Primary Clientele


(3)

Others


(4)

 

Does the library or parent institution make available the following services

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

46

An electronic catalog that includes the library's holdings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

47

Electronic indexes and reference tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

48

Electronic full-text periodicals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

49

Electronic full-text reserves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

50

Electronic files other than the catalog (e.g. finding aids, indices, manuscripts) created by the staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

Internet Access

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52

Library Reference Service by


e-mail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

53

Capacity to place inter-library loan/document delivery requests electronically

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

54

Technology to assist patrons with disabilities (e.g., TDD, specially equipped work stations)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

55

Instruction by library staff on use of Internet resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

56

Electronic document delivery by the library to patron's account/


address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

57

Video/desktop conferencing by or for the library

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

58

Satellite broadcasting by or for the library

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category

Access from within library

59

Does your library provide the following services?

Yes

No

Computers not dedicated to library functions for patron use inside library

60

Computer software for patron use inside the library (e.g., word processing, spreadsheet, custom applications, etc.)

 

 

61

Scanning equipment for patrons use in the library

 

 

62

Services to your institution's distance education students ( If your institution does not have distance education students, please check here �

 

 

Remarks Section: Please enter any remarks you may have in this sections. By entering any explanations here, you may eliminate the need for telephone contact at a later date.

 

 

 

 

 

PART H - INSTITUTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS, FALL 1998


(1st Semester 1998/1999)

Line No.

Category

Number

63

Students Undergraduate - total full-time

 

64

-- total FTE of part time

 

65

--total FTE enrollment (If this figure is supplied, ignore line 71-72)

 

66

--total headcount

 

67

Graduate -- total full time

 

68

-- total FTE of part time

 

69

--total FTE enrollment (if this figure is supplied, ignore lines 67 and 68)

 

70

-- total headcount

 

71

Faculty Instructional --total full-time

 

72

--total FTE of part-time

 

73

total FTE instructional faculty (If this figure is supplied ignore lines 71 and 72)

 

74

-- total headcount

 

PART I - PROFESSIONAL SALARIES FALL 1999 (CURRENT YEAR)


(First Semester 1999/2000)

75

Director

$

76

Average professional salary excluding directory

$

77

Beginning professional salary (entry level professionals without experience)

$

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