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Implementation of the 3M Digital identification system at the UNLV libraries
Library Hi Tech
  • Jennifer L. Fabbi, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Sidney D Lowe, University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • Kenneth E. Marks, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is the alpha/beta test site for 3M™ Library Systems Digital Identification System, a cutting-edge technology in library materials flow and collection management. This article discusses the components of the system and their assimilation and testing at a UNLV branch library, the Curriculum Materials Library (CML), in anticipation of the opening of Lied Library. Challenges and discoveries in the development of the system and implementation differences between a small and large library are outlined. Future growth for both product development and the UNLV libraries’ use of the system are forecasted.
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Jennifer L. Fabbi, Sidney D Lowe and Kenneth E. Marks. "Implementation of the 3M Digital identification system at the UNLV libraries" Library Hi Tech Vol. 20 Iss. 1 (2002) p. 104 - 110
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