Count of Materials Found in the TexShare Databases Core
(July 1, 2016 - June 30th, 2017)

For contracts 7/1/17-6/30/18
Updated 11/20/17

Number of databases: 71

TexShare Core Materials Count FY2018
Vendor: Resource e-media
materials
e-book titles
(full-text)
e-serials titles
(full-text)
Adam Matthew Digital: American Indian Histories and Cultures 92,293    
Adam Matthew Digital: The American West: Images 78,866    
EBSCO 5,319,635 5,681 14,613
EBSCO: LearningExpress Library   223  
GaleCengage Learning 516,307 4,282 5,322
Pronunciator 41,986 4,080  
ProQuest: HeritageQuest Online 7,878,731 22,181  
ProQuest: Sanborn Maps of Texas 2,118    
ProQuest: eBook Central   114,721  
ProQuest: SciTech Premium 16,186 129 5,660
TeachingBooks.net 50,591    
Total: 13,996,713 151,297 25,595

Materials Counts definitions match the requirements for reporting on the current IPEDS Academic Libraries annual survey:

  • Number of e-media materials. E-media materials are media materials that are in digital format and are available for download or streaming. Include digital graphic materials and cartographic materials.
  • Number of e-book titles (full-text). E-books are digital documents (including those digitized by the library), licensed or not, where searchable text is prevalent, and which can be seen in analogy to a printed book (monograph). Include open access (OA) titles, except do not count e-book titles from HathiTrust, Center for Research Libraries, Internet Archive, and similar collections. Do not include titles in Demand-Driven Acquisition (DDA) or Patron-Driven Acquisition (PDA) collections until they have been purchased by the library.
  • Number of e-serials titles (full-text). An e-serial is a periodical publication that is published in digital form to be displayed on a computer screen. Include open access (OA) serials. If possible, report the count of only those de-duplicated or otherwise unique serial titles included in each resource. If possible include ceased titles. If possible, do not count earlier title changes; however, do not worry about removing them if it is not possible/feasible. 

Additional materials not matching these definitions are excluded. These include abstracts and indexes, tests, individual articles, and supplemental content.

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