Paperless and Steamlined Book Ordering

Stephenson, Carol; Sagi, Helen
June 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p100
The article focuses on the initiative made by Wilfrid Laurier University Library to obtain fully automated, paperless workflow for book ordering in Ontario. Department managers identify the 10 possible changes they wanted in the library services including accuracy increase, paper files elimination and reduction on service charges. School librarians believe that the approach have several benefits such as time-saving, efficient service and users friendly.


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