Vollsicherung für Disc-Medien ist möglich! Erfahrungsbericht nach dem Besuch der Openbaare Bibliotheek Amsterdam

Weidemann, Christine
March 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p271
Trade Publication
A response to the article "Ist Vollsicherung für Disc-Medien möglich?" is presented. The central library in Amsterdam, Netherlands is the model for securing disc media. The authors discuss how the layout of the library allows for instant access to media stations, as well as access to self-check out centers and returned articles can be left in three machines in the lobby.


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