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Making the most of RFID in libraries

Author: Martin Palmer
Publisher: London : Facet, ©2009.
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"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."--Jacket.
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Palmer, Martin, 1952-
Making the most of RFID in libraries.
London : Facet, ©2009
(DLC) 2009437626
(OCoLC)137313679
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Palmer
ISBN: 9781856048712 1856048713
OCLC Number: 836848996
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 154 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1 RFID, libraries and the wider world --
Why RFID and libraries? --
RFID: the technology: a brief history --
RFID: the technology: frequencies --
RFID: the technology: process --
RFID: a disruptive technology ...? --
RFID and the wider world: some existing applications --
Disrupted libraries? --
RFID and libraries: a brief summary of the main applications --
Summary --
2 RFID and libraries: the background and the basics --
The early days --
RFID in libraries: how it works: the basics --
Audiovisual material: a problem area ... --
Another complicated area: multipart items --
Summary --
3 RFID, library applications and the library management system --
RFID and the LMS: why do you need both? --
The changing market for LMS --
SIP --
SIP or NCIP? --
Back-up: is offline service the same as online? --
Self-payment --
Staff processes --
Self-service and the LMS: some other complications --
RFID and stock control --
Acquisitions --
Navigating the library --
Summary. 4 Standards and interoperability --
Standards, or free for all? --
Interoperability: is it really needed? --
It's not just about interoperability ... --
What standards are there? --
Licence plate or full data? --
ISO 28560: towards a standard library data model --
The AFI (Application Family Identifier) --
The DSFID --
Summary --
5 Privacy --
Interoperability and privacy --
RFID opponents --
Hotlisting and tracking --
RFID and (some) religious groups --
RFID and hacking --
RFID and legal limitations --
Encrypted tags? --
RFID and privacy: a continuing debate --
Summary --
6 RFID and health and safety --
RFID: what are the safety concerns? --
RFID and health and safety law --
Which standards? --
RFID and medical devices? --
RFID and health and safety: the plus side? --
RFID and health and safety: the future? --
Summary. 7 RFID and library design --
The changing role of library buildings --
The impact of computerization --
What's this got to do with RFID? --
Library layout --
Library furniture --
Security and building supervision --
External aspects --
Summary --
a Building a business case for RFID in libraries, and requesting proposals --
Risk and reward --
Rationale --
Implementing RFID: the benefits --
Preparing a request for proposal (RFP) --
Summary --
9 Staffing: savings, redeployment or something else? --
RFID and staffing efficiencies --
How much work is being saved? --
Summary --
10 Buying a system: evaluating the offers --
Range of suppliers/range of responses --
Why systematic evaluation is important --
How to evaluate systematically --
Summary --
11 Installing RFID: project management --
Project management --
Risk management --
The main tasks --
The first day live --
Review and follow-up --
Summary --
12 Making the most of RFID: a case study --
In the beginning ... --
Searching for a solution --
Looking for a supplier --
Branding, guiding and layout --
Staff roles --
Next stages --
The roll-out --
The outcome --
How important is RFID to this case study? --
Summary --
13 RFID, libraries and the future --
New and developing uses for RFID --
Developing tag technology --
Conclusion --
Further information --
Websites --
Forums --
Blogs --
Library RFID system suppliers.
Responsibility: Martin Palmer.
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Abstract:

"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."--Jacket.

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