Making the Most of RFID in Libraries

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  • Author : Martin Palmer
  • Publisher : Facet Publishing
  • Pages : 154 pages
  • ISBN : 1856046346
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Download or Read online Making the Most of RFID in Libraries full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Martin Palmer and published by Facet Publishing which was released on 24 July 2021 with total page 154 pages. We cannot guarantee that Making the Most of RFID in Libraries book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has had a rapid impact on the library world. Its advantage over other technologies used in libraries is usually seen to be its ability to combine the functions of the barcode and the security tag, but with the added advantages of being able to read multiple items seemingly simultaneously without need of line of sight. The customer-friendly self-service that this combination of features makes possible is at the heart of the attraction of RFID for most libraries. This practical and straightforward book is designed to help library managers decide whether RFID has anything to offer them and - if so - how to make the most of the benefits while coping with the challenges inherent in this rapidly developing technology. It also offers many further sources of information to follow up. Applicable to all types of libraries, its contents include: RFID, libraries and the wider world RFID in libraries: the background and the basics RFID, library applications and the library management system standards and interoperability privacy RFID and health and safety RFID and library design building a business case for RFID in libraries, and requesting proposals staffing: savings, redeployment or something else? buying a system: evaluating the offers installing RFID: project management making the most of RFID: a case study RFID, libraries and the future. Readership: RFID has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of library service delivery. Written by an expert in the field, this book is a very worthwhile investment for all those library professionals considering converting to RFID for their libraries, as well as those who are implementing it already.

RFID for Libraries

RFID for Libraries
  • Author : M. Paul Pandian
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 18 November 2010
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Many modern technologies give the impression that they somehow work by magic, particularly when they operate automatically and their mechanisms are invisible. A technology called RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), which is relatively new, has exactly this characteristic. Librarians everywhere are closely watching RFID technology. Advances over using bar codes on library materials, RFID tags are being touted as a way to radically redesign how library materials are handled. But it is expensive. The tags are vulnerable to wear and tear

Making the Most of RFID in Libraries

Making the Most of RFID in Libraries
  • Author : Martin Palmer
  • Publisher : Facet Publishing
  • Release : 24 July 2021
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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has had a rapid impact on the library world. Its advantage over other technologies used in libraries is usually seen to be its ability to combine the functions of the barcode and the security tag, but with the added advantages of being able to read multiple items seemingly simultaneously without need of line of sight. The customer-friendly self-service that this combination of features makes possible is at the heart of the attraction of RFID for most

Rfid for Libraries A Practical Approach

Rfid for Libraries  A Practical Approach
  • Author : Neeraj Kumar Singh
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 October 2019
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RFID, the acronym for Radio Frequency Identification, is a technology that uses radio frequency wave transmission for identifying a person or object. The use of RFID by libraries over the last few years has grown drastically. Adoption of RFID technology has enabled the libraries to take the inventory of thousands of items in their collection within days instead of months. RFID has enabled the users to check-out and return library items by themselves automatically round the clock. Besides speedy checkouts,

The Complete RFID Handbook

The Complete RFID Handbook
  • Author : Diane Marie Ward
  • Publisher : Neal Schuman Pub
  • Release : 24 July 2021
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This work offers everything you need to help make the big RFID decision. hottest debates in libraries today. This practical and straight-forward manual lays out all the information you need to make a decision about whether or not RFID belongs in your library - and how to select a vendor and implement the technology if the answer is yes. Diane Marie Ward, one of the nation's foremost experts in this area, shows you how to: develop a plan for specific

Survey of Use of RFID in Libraries

Survey of Use of RFID in Libraries
  • Author : Primary Research Group
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 July 2021
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This survey looks closely at academic, public and special libraries that have adopted, are thinking of adopting or have rejected the idea of adopting RFID technology for library inventory control, cataloging and other functions. The report gives detailed data from nearly 100 libraries worldwide on spending on RFID sensors, gates, tags and other technology, equipment and supplies, relating amounts spent, vendors used and institutional experiences and assessments. If your library uses, or is thinking of using RFID, this report tells you

Exploring the Potential of RFID and Mobile Technology in Your Library

Exploring the Potential of RFID and Mobile Technology in Your Library
  • Author : Abena Afolayan
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 April 2016
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RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) allows an item, for example a library book, to be tracked and communicated with by radio waves. This technology is similar in concept to a cellphone. RFID is a broad term for technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify people or objects. There are several methods of identification, but the most common is to store a serial number that identifies a person or object, and perhaps other information, on a microchip that is attached to

Information and Documentation RFID in Libraries Encoding of Data Elements Based on Rules from ISO IEC 15962 in an RFID Tag with Partitioned Memory

Information and Documentation  RFID in Libraries  Encoding of Data Elements Based on Rules from ISO IEC 15962 in an RFID Tag with Partitioned Memory
  • Author : British Standards Institute Staff
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 31 December 1914
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Library and information science, Libraries, Information operations, Radiofrequencies, Identification methods, Labels, Radiocommunication, Information exchange, Data elements, Data processing, Data security

Modern Technologies for Reshaping Libraries in the Digital Era

Modern Technologies for Reshaping Libraries in the Digital Era
  • Author : Sivasankar Prasad
  • Publisher : GRIN Verlag
  • Release : 10 July 2017
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Anthology from the year 2017 in the subject Library Science, Information- / Documentation Science, University of Delhi, language: English, abstract: There are a variety of challenges facing the LIS profession, owing to the rapidly changing technologies and environment in which it exists. Recent developments in ICT, the web and social media, have led to the creation of digital resources and its access through online as well as remote login. Librarians need to be ‘tech savvy professionals' who can take all their professional