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Radio Frequency Idetification in Libraries

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This brief presentation explains the use of Radio Frequency Identification in Libraries today.

This brief presentation explains the use of Radio Frequency Identification in Libraries today.

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    • 1. The Use of RFID in Public Libraries By Danielle M. Walsh Fall 2005 GSLIS 701: Fundamentals of Library Science
    • 2. Introduction What is the controversy all about?
    • 3. What is RFID?
      • Explanation of RFID
      • How does RFID apply to Libraries?
      • Common uses today
    • 4. The History of RFID
      • Wild Game Tracking
      • Reduction in Friendly Fire Casualties
    • 5. Positive Responses to RFID
      • Faster Service
        • Self-Checkout
        • Multiple Item Check-out
      • Security
        • Material Control
        • Reduced miss-shelved materials
    • 6. How does RFID work in Libraries?
    • 7. Negative Responses to RFID
      • Privacy Issues
      • Human Interaction with customers
      • High Costs
    • 8. Libraries and RFID
      • California Public Libraries Survey
    • 9. References Kern, C. (2004). Radio-frequency-identification for security and media circulation in libraries. Research Library , 22. Retrieved Sep 03, 2005, from www.emeraldinsight.com/0264-0473.htm . Crawford, W. (2005). Technology, privacy, confidentiality, and security. Library Technology Reports , 41. Retrieved Sep 21, 2005, from http://elibrary.bigchalk.com . McWilliams, A. (2004, March ). Boost your RFID IQ. Library Administrator's Digest , Retrieved Sep 21, 2005, from http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3858/is_200403/ai_n9384767 . Boss, R. W. (2003). RFID Technology for Libraries Library Technology Reports , 39(6), 1-55. Retrieved Sep 21, 2005, from Galenet database. Falk, H. (2004). Privacy in Libraries Electronic Library , 22(3), 281- . Retrieved Sep 21, 2005, from Emerald Research database. Holt, G. (2003). Keeping up with self-check. The Bottom Line: Managing Libraries Finances , 16 (3), 111-126. American Library Association, (n.d.). RFID: a brief bibliography. Retrieved Sep. 21, 2005, from ALA Fact Sheet Number 25 Web site: http://www.ala.org/PrinterTemplate.cfm?Section=libraryfactsheet&Template=/ContentM ..