Olin Renovation Space Survey
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The Olin Renovation Planning Advisory Committee conducted this survey at the request of the University Librarian. The primary goals of the survey were to find out who is using Olin; how often they use the library; where they work when they are in the building; and what improvements they would recommend. This information will be used to help prioritize user space needs during the schematic and design development phases of the project. The majority of the surveys were submitted by undergrads (63%). Most respondents were affiliated with Arts & Sciences (44%) followed by Agriculture & Life Sciences (17%). Most respondents used Olin Library at least once a week (80%). The most used spaces overall were the public computers, Libe Caf?, and the stacks. The top three space functions overall were: quiet individual study, use library computers, and use books. The top three choices for allocation resources were: individual quiet study (751), more computers (617), and more comfortable furniture (519).
Cornell University Library; Renovation; Space Survey