The traditional role of the F. Franklin Moon Library as the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry was to house collections and provide reading space; that model does not fit emerging needs and expectations of the campus population. To plan strategically for the future of the space, and to better meet the need of current and future learners, Moon Library is implementing an ongoing assessment model to, among other things, help determine if the space works and to identify the right balance of spaces for a variety of users. Assessment began during Spring semester 2019 by assessing user satisfaction with the aesthetics and function of the library entryway and assessing satisfaction with environmental comfort and sustainability of the library.
Smith, Matthew R. and Gublo-Jantzen, Sophie A., "Evaluating F. Franklin Moon Library using the Tool for Evaluation of Academic Library Spaces" (2019). Library Documents. 3.