This article reports the planning, implementation and results of a review of the journal collection in the Environmental Design Library at the University of California (Berkeley). The study involved two components—a three-month use study and a comparison of library holdings to lists of journals indexed in seven major environmental design indexing/abstracting services. The study resulted in information regarding use patterns and collection development techniques. This information is considered helpful in making selection and storage decisions.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Strategy and Management
- Library and Information Sciences