SelfCheck durch RFID im Neubau der Stadtbibliothek Lindau

April 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;apr2008, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p432
Trade Publication
The article discusses the self-service check-out system at the Provincial Library Lindau, Germany, which opened in February 2008. The WinBIAP system allows patrons to check out their books and pay their fees without assistance from library personnel, which affords efficiency, discretion for the library visitors, and freed-up library personnel resources.


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