Survey of Use of RFID in Libraries

  • ID: 1937546
  • Report
  • 86 Pages
  • Primary Research Group
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This survey looks closely at academic, public and special libraries that have adopted, are thinking of adopting or have rejected the idea of adopting RFID technology for library inventory control, cataloging and other functions. The report gives detailed data from nearly 100 libraries worldwide on spending on RFID sensors, gates, tags and other technology, equipment and supplies, relating amounts spent, vendors used and institutional experiences and assessments. If your library uses, or is thinking of using RFID, this report tells you which suppliers libraries are using, what is their experience, and how much are they spending. The report looks at security and safety issues, privacy issues, impact on library staff, impact on productivity, impact on patron theft, trends in use for non-book materials and many other issues of concern to librarians using or thinking of using RFID technology. Data is broken out by library size, for US and non US libraries, for academic public and special libraries, and by other useful criteria.

Just a few of the study's many findings are that:

- In libraries that have already employed RFID, a mean of 85.27% of all physical collection items are tracked with this technology
- Libraries with budgets between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000 spent a mean of $96,517 (US) on RFID readers, wands, conveyors, gate sensors and other technology.
- 26.67% of libraries using the technology said that it has led to less patron theft.
- The possibility of interference or erroneous check-out caused by RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons is not a consideration for 33.8% of libraries and is a modest issue for about 49.3%.
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Table of Contents

List of Tables

Survey Participants

The Questionnaire

Summary of Main Findings

Chapter 1: Characteristics of the Sample

Chapter 2: Re-tagging Decisions and Parameters

Chapter 3: Spending on RFID

Chapter 4: Material Theft Reduction and RFID

Chapter 5: Use or Planned Use of Particular RFID Vendors

Chapter 6: Planning and Implementing RFID

Chapter 7: Security Issues

Chapter 8: Other Information

List of Tables

Table 1.1: Country

Table 1.2: Type of Library

Table 1.3: Annual Library Budget

Table 1.4: Library Department

Table 1.5: Does your library currently use RFID technology to track library materials?

Table 1.6: Physical Collection Circulation per Year

Table 2.1: If your library has not implemented RFID, choose the phrase which best approximates the likelihood that your library will do so in the future.
Table 2.2: If your library has not implemented RFID, choose the phrase which best approximates the likelihood that your library will do so in the future. Broken out by Country

Table 2.3: If your library has not implemented RFID, choose the phrase which best approximates the likelihood that your library will do so in the future. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 2.4: If your library has not implemented RFID, choose the phrase which best approximates the likelihood that your library will do so in the future. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.5: If your library has not implemented RFID, choose the phrase which best approximates the likelihood that your library will do so in the future. Broken out by Library Department

Table 2.6: If the library has already employed RFID, what percentage of your physical material items (books, DVDs, etc) are tracked by RFID?

Table 2.7: If the library has already employed RFID, what percentage of your physical material items (books, DVDs, etc) are tracked by RFID? Broken out by Country

Table 2.8: If the library has already employed RFID, what percentage of your physical material items (books, DVDs, etc) are tracked by RFID? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 2.9: If the library has already employed RFID, what percentage of your physical material items (books, DVDs, etc) are tracked by RFID? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.10: If the library has already employed RFID, what percentage of your physical material items (books, DVDs, etc) are tracked by RFID? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.1: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors?

Table 3.2: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Country

Table 3.3: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.4: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Annual Library Budget
Table 3.5: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Library Department
Table 3.6: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology
Table 3.7: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags?

Table 3.8: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Country

Table 3.9: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.10: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.11: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.12: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 3.13: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags?

Table 3.14: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Country

Table 3.15: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.16: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.17: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.18: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 3.19: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far?

Table 3.20: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Country

Table 3.21: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.22: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.1: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors?

Table 3.2: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Country

Table 3.3: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.4: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Annual Library Budget
Table 3.5: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Library Department
Table 3.6: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID readers, wands, conveyors and gate sensors? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology
Table 3.7: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags?

Table 3.8: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Country

Table 3.9: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.10: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.11: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.12: How much has your library cumulatively spent on RFID tags? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 3.13: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags?

Table 3.14: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Country

Table 3.15: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.16: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.17: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.18: What per piece rate is your library currently paying for individual RFID tags? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 3.19: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far?

Table 3.20: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Country

Table 3.21: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.22: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.23: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.24: If the library already uses RFID technology to track library materials, how much has the library cumulatively spent to implement the technology thus far? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 3.25: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns?

Table 3.26: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns?

Table 3.27: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 3.28: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.29: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns? Broken out by Library Department

Table 3.30: Can lenders return books when the library is closed through an RFID enabled mechanism that allows for automatic recording of returns? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 4.1: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library?

Table 4.2: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library? Broken out by Country

Table 4.3: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 4.4: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 4.5: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library? Broken out by Library Department

Table 4.6: If you have employed RFID, what has been the impact on theft of materials in the library? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 4.7: If the library has saved or lost money due to theft of materials, approximately how much has the library saved through better theft control due to the implementation of RFID?

Table 4.8: If the library has saved or lost money due to theft of materials, approximately how much has the library saved through better theft control due to the implementation of RFID? Broken out by Country

Table 4.9: If the library has saved or lost money due to theft of materials, approximately how much has the library saved through better theft control due to the implementation of RFID? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.1: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.2: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.3: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.4: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.5: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.6: Please rate the importance of the cost of RFID tags and new equipment in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.7: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.8: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.9: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.10: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.11: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.12: Please rate the importance of potential issues of interference of metal, mist, or distance affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.13: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.14: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.15: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.16: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.17: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.18: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of incorrect positioning of the RFID antenna affecting read/write efficiency of RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.19: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.20: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.21: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.22: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.23: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.24: Please rate the importance of the potential issue of RFID tag proximity with multiple patrons causing interference or erroneous check-out in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.25: Please rate the importance of the length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.26: Please rate the importance of the Length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.27: Please rate the importance of the length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.28: Please rate the importance of the length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.29: Please rate the importance of the length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.30: Please rate the importance of the length of time needed to re-tag the collection with RFID in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.31: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.32: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.33: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.34: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.35: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.36: Please rate the importance of the amount of staff time needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.37: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.38: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.39: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.40: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.41: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.42: Please rate the importance of the amount of student worker time and wages needed to re-tag the collection in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.43: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.44: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.45: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.46: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.47: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.48: Please rate the importance of the security of the collection during re-tagging, if applicable (changing from one system to another with different tags on existing materials), in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.49: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.50: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.51: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.52: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.53: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.54: Please rate the importance of the impact of re-tagging on technical services (collection development for weeding/cataloging for cleanup, etc.) in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.55: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.56: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.57: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.58: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.59: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.60: Please rate the importance of the estimated value of re-tagging for circulation purposes/collection management as compared to actual project cost and staff project utilization time, etc. in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.61: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID.

Table 6.62: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Country

Table 6.63: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.64: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.65: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.66: Please rate the importance of privacy issues in past or future considerations regarding the re-tagging of your collection with RFID. Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.67: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout?

Table 6.68: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout? Broken out by Country

Table 6.69: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.70: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.71: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.72: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to self-checkout? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.73: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk?

Table 6.74: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk? Broken out by Country

Table 6.75: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.76: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.77: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.78: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to faster checkout at circulation desk? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.79: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items?

Table 6.80: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items? Broken out by Country

Table 6.81: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.82: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.83: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.84: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to inventory control and identifying missing items? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.85: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection?

Table 6.86: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection? Broken out by Country

Table 6.87: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.88: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.89: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.90: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to tracking misshelved items in the collection? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.91: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information?

Table 6.92: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information? Broken out by Country

Table 6.93: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.94: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.95: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.96: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to correcting items with incorrect statuses or other item information? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.97: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management?

Table 6.98: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management? Broken out by Country

Table 6.99: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.100: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.101: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.102: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to collection management? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.103: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials?

Table 6.104: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials? Broken out by Country

Table 6.105: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.106: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.107: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.108: Does your library plan to employ or look forward to mass check-in of materials? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.109: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users?

Table 6.110: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users? Broken out by Country

Table 6.111: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.112: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.113: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.114: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the return of library materials from end users? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.115: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials?

Table 6.116: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials? Broken out by Country

Table 6.117: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.118: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.119: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.120: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in the re-shelving of library materials? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.121: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in materials inventory control and maintenance?

Table 6.122: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in materials inventory control and maintenance? Broken out by Country

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Table 6.124: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in materials inventory control and maintenance? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.125: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in materials inventory control and maintenance? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.126: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in materials inventory control and maintenance? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology

Table 6.127: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials?

Table 6.128: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials? Broken out by Country

Table 6.129: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials? Broken out by Type of Library

Table 6.130: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials? Broken out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.131: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials? Broken out by Library Department

Table 6.132: If you have employed RFID technology, to what extent has it helped your library increase productivity in reducing theft of materials? Broken out by Use of RFID Technology
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- Ada Community Library
- Addison Public Library
- Agnes Scott College, McCain Library
- Albany Public Library
- Anchorage Public Library
- Ashesi University College
- Auckland Libraries
- Augusta State University
- Birkbeck, University of London
- Boylston Public Library
- Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
- Central Arkansas Library System
- Central Penn College
- Chippewa Falls Public Library
- City of Hope
- Community College of Baltimore County, Essex Library
- Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
- Eckerd College
- Eugene Public Library
- Gadsden Public Library
- Georgia Gwinnett College
- Gogebic Community College Library
- Grand Rapids Public Library
- Grand Valley State University Libraries
- Hartwick College
- Health Service Executive
- Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
- Holroyd City Council Library Service
- Houston Public Library
- Howell Carnegie District Library
- Hunter College
- Huntington Branch Library
- Hywel Dda Health Board
- Indian Institute of Science Education and Research-Kolkata
- Institute of Technology, Tralee
- Ionian University
- Johnson County Library
- Lawrence Public Library
- Lewis & Clark Library
- Library of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
- Martin County Library System
- Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Monroe County Public Library
- Mount Prospect Public Library
- Mount Saint Mary College
- Naperville Public Library
- National Library and Archives of Quebec
- Newport Beach Public Library
- Northlake Public Library Dist
- Ottawa Public Library
- Pace University Library
- Queen Victoria Hospital
- Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
- Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
- Sachem Public Library
- Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana
- Sarawak State Library
- Shorewood Public Library
- Spring Lake District Library
- St. Cloud State University
- St. Hugh's College, University of Oxford
- St. Louis County Library
- State Library of New South Wales
- Texas State University, San Marcos
- The Catholic University of America
- Ulaanbaatar Public Library
- University of Detroit Mercy
- University of Miami Libraries
- University of Minnesota, Morris
- University of St. Mary of the Lake
- University of Texas at Arlington Library
- Viola Public Library
- Von Briesen & Roper S.C.
- Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust and Dudley and Walsall Mental Health NHS Trust
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