Published on January 1, 2009
The Use of RFID in Public Libraries By Danielle M. Walsh Fall 2005 GSLIS 701: Fundamentals of Library Science
Introduction What is the controversy all about?
What is RFID? Explanation of RFID How does RFID apply to Libraries? Common uses today
Explanation of RFID
How does RFID apply to Libraries?
Common uses today
The History of RFID Wild Game Tracking Reduction in Friendly Fire Casualties
Wild Game Tracking
Reduction in Friendly Fire Casualties
Positive Responses to RFID Faster Service Self-Checkout Multiple Item Check-out Security Material Control Reduced miss-shelved materials
Multiple Item Check-out
Reduced miss-shelved materials
How does RFID work in Libraries?
Negative Responses to RFID Privacy Issues Human Interaction with customers High Costs
Human Interaction with customers
Libraries and RFID California Public Libraries Survey
California Public Libraries Survey
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