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  1. 1. Wheres the Money Libraries … Going, Going, … Martha Kyrillidou SSP 25th Annual Meeting, May 28-30, 2003, Baltimore, MDAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  2. 2. Association of Research Libraries •Mission: Shaping and influencing factors affecting the future of Research Libraries in the process of scholarly communication • Members: 124 major research libraries in North America • Users: More than 3 million students and faculty served • Service measures: 75 million circulations 17 million reference transactions •42,000 FTE staff employed •Members’ total expenditures are over $3.2 billionAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  3. 3. ARL Library Expenditures 2001-02 by University Type Public Institutions 68 libraries Private Institutions 32 libraries Library Materials Other Other Operating Operating $179,492,682 $549,197,964 39% $156,429,925 13% 18% Library Materials $318,998,921 36% Total Salaries Contract $656,863,414 Contract Binding Total Salaries Binding 47% $14,124,616 $391,854,456 $9,483,712 1% 45% 1%Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  4. 4. Graph 2 Monograph and Serial Costs in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 250% Serial Unit Cost (+227%) Serial Avg. Annual Expenditures 200% (+227%) % ChangeSerial 7.7%Unit Cost 150%Serial 7.7% % Change Since 1986ExpendituresSerials 0.6% 100% MonographPurchased Unit Cost (+75%)Monograph 3.6% CPI (+64% )Unit Cost 50% Monograph Expenditures (+62%)Monograph 3.1%Expenditures Serials 0% PurchasedMonographs -0.3% (+9%)Purchased Monographs Purchased (-5%)CPI 3.2% -50% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Source: ARL Statistics 2001-02 , Association of Research Libraries, Washington, D.C.Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  5. 5. Graph 2 Private Monograph and Serial Costs in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 Institutions 250% Serial Unit Cost (+234%) Serial Expenditures Avg. Annual (+232%) 200% % ChangeSerial 7.8%Unit Cost 150%Serial 7.8% % Change Since 1986ExpendituresSerials 0.4% 100%Purchased CPI (+64% ) MonographMonograph 2.9% Expenditures (+62%)Unit Cost 50% Monograph Unit CostMonograph 3.1% (+59%)Expenditures Serials 0% Purchased (+7%)Monographs -0.8%Purchased Monographs Purchased (-11%)CPI 3.2% -50% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Fiscal YearAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  6. 6. Graph 2 Public Monograph and Serial Costs in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 Institutions Serial Unit Cost 250% (+241%) Avg. Annual Serial % Change Expenditures 200% (+236%)Serial 8.0%Unit CostSerial 7.9% 150% % Change Since 1986ExpendituresSerials 0.3% 100% MonographPurchased Unit Cost (+83%)Monograph 3.9% CPI (+64% )Unit Cost 50% Monograph Expenditures (+58%)Monograph 2.9% SerialsExpenditures Purchased 0% (+6%)Monographs -0.1% Monographs PurchasedPurchased (-2%) -50%CPI 3.2% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Fiscal YearAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  7. 7. Graph 4 Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 Serial Expenditures (+227%) 230% Avg. Annual Library Materials % Change 200% (+184%)Serial 7.7%Expenditures 170%Monograph 3.1% % Change Since 1986 TOTAL 140%Expenditures (+120%) Total SalariesTotal Materials 6.7% 110% (+108%)Expenditures Operating Expenditures (+92%)Total Salary 4.7% 80%Expenditures CPI (+64%) MonographOperating 4.2% 50% ExpendituresExpenditures (+62%) 20%Total Library 5.1%Expenditures -10%CPI 3.2% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Source: ARL Statistics 2001-02 , Association of Research Libraries, Washington, D.C.Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  8. 8. Graph 4 Public Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 Institutions Serial Expenditures (+236%) 220% Avg. Annual % Change 190% Library MaterialsSerial 7.9% (+159%)Expenditures 160%Monograph 2.9% Total Salaries % Change Since 1986Expenditures 130% (+118%) TOTALTotal Materials 6.1% (+115%)Expenditures 100% Operating Expenditures (+103%)Total Salary 5.0%Expenditures 70% CPI (+64%)Operating 4.5% MonographExpenditures 40% Expenditures (+58%)Total Library 4.9% HEPI (+55%)Expenditures 10%CPI 3.2% -20%HEPI 3.7% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Source: ARL Statistics 2001-02 , Association of Research Libraries, Washington, D.C.Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  9. 9. Graph 4 Private Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2002 Institutions Serial Expenditures (+232%) 230% Avg. Annual Library Materials % Change 200% (+207%)Serial 7.8%Expenditures 170%Monograph 3.1% TOTAL (+139%)Expenditures % Change Since 1986 140%Total Materials 7.3%Expenditures Total Salaries (+107%) 110%Total Salary 4.7% OperatingExpenditures Expenditures 80% (+72%)Operating 3.4% CPIExpenditures (+64%) 50% MonographTotal Library 5.6% ExpendituresExpenditures (+62%) 20% HEPI (+55%)CPI 3.2% -10%HEPI 3.7% 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Source: ARL Statistics 2001-02 , Association of Research Libraries, Washington, D.C.Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  10. 10. Expenditures for Electronic Resources 110 ARL Libraries have reported total 2001-02 e-resource expenditures of $170,887,737, or an average of $1,553,525. Those libraries reported $910,930,850 in total library materials on the 2001-02 ARL Statistics, or an average of $8,281,190. Thus, In 2001-02, ARL institutions spent an average of 19.54% of their library materials budgets on electronic resources.Association of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  11. 11. Total Electronic Serials Expenditures, 1995-2001 140,000,000 120,000,000 100,000,000 80,000,000 60,000,000 40,000,000 20,000,000 - 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 YearAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  12. 12. Average Yearly Increases in Electronic Resources and Total Library Materials Expenditures 50 47.46% 45 40 37.28% 32.69% 35 30 27.06% 23.22% 22.5% 24.81% 25 20 15 12.86% 8.48% 9.18% 9.12% 10 6.35% 4.18% 5.53% 3.4% 5 4.32% 0 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 Average Increase in Library Materials Expenditures Average Increase in Electronic Resources ExpendituresAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org
  13. 13. Go, Walker, Go … Martha Kyrillidou Association of Research Libraries Martha@arl.orgAssociation of Research Libraries www.arl.org

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