A journal use study made easier with bar codes

Macklin, Lisa A.
June 1997
SISAC News;Summer/Fall97, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p21
Discusses a long-term journal study by Georgia Institute of Technology library and Information Center in March 1996 to collect data to determine areas of the collection which are heavily used and may need to be enhanced with new titles. Methods; Using bar codes; Building the database; Affixing the bar codes.


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