For Library Data Geeks: University of Rhode Island University Libraries Publishes Acquisitions Unit Annual Report 2019-2020, Includes Material Expenditures Data
The Acquisitions Unit Annual Report 2019-2020 from the University of Rhode Island (URI) University Libraries is now available online via URI’s institional repository. Links to data files back to 2012 are also available.
Annual Report of the Acquisitions Unit, University Libraries, University of Rhode Island for FY2020. Covers personnel, work flow, special projects, and serial, monograph, and e-resource acquisitions. Supplemental files include data on library materials expenditures by a number of variables as well as important working documents from the year.
Full Text Report
17 pages; PDF.
- Acquisitions Unit Annual Report 2019-2020 statistical supplement for UPLOAD.xlsx
Acquisitions Unit Annual Report 2019-2020 Statistical Supplement
- FY2020 Alma Fund Reports combined
FY2020 final fund expenditure reports from Alma Analytics
- FY2020 – Expenditures by Continuity
Alma Analytics report – FY2020 expenditures by continuity
- FY2020 – Expenditures by Reporting Code
Alma Analytics report – FY2020 expenditures by reporting code
- FY2020 – Expenditures by Vendor
Alma Analytics report – FY2020 expenditures by vendor
- FY2020 – Expenditures Per Month
Alma Analytics report – FY2020 expenditures by month
- Fund allocations for FY20.xlsx
FY2020 Fund Code allocations final
- 2020 EBSCO renewal and sub changes for UPLOAD.xlsx
EBSCO renewal and other subscription changes 2020
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