Market Research Logo

Redesigning the College Library Building, 2013 Edition

190 Pages Primary Research Group October 01, 2012 SKU: PF4910824

This report looks closely at college plans to restructure or alter space use in college libraries. The 190+ page study gives detailed data on college library plans to increase or decrease space for various departments and purposes, how they plan to develop and deploy their capital budgets, which types of projects and purposes are favored for the near future. The report helps librarians to answer questions such as: How many workstations will libraries deploy? Will the number increase or decrease? What about space allocated to information commons? Or to classroom space? What about office space? Collection space? Space for special collections? The report helps its end users to stay on the cutting edge, to find out what library planners are hoping to achieve in the near future.

The study also looks at budgets for repairs, and for major renovations and gives data for overall budgets and on a per student enrolled basis. Data in the study is broken out by size and type of college, with separate data for community colleges, research universities, 4-year colleges and those non-research universities that grant MA/PhD degrees.

Show Full Description


Show Table of Contents



Redesigning the College Library Building, 2013 Edition

Primary Research Group
October 01, 2012

Search inside this report



Pricing & Delivery

Online Download
$93

Didn't find what you are looking for?

Let us find it for you. One of our knowledgeable research assistants will work with you to find exactly the right research to answer your questions:

US: 800.298.5699 International: +1.240.747.3093 Or leave us a message and we'll call you back!

Receive bi-weekly email alerts for new market research.



CTA Image

Download our free eBook: How to Succeed Using Market Research

Learn how to effectively navigate the market research process to help guide your organization on the journey to success.


Download CTA

Share this report