If you REALLY want to keep your resources from walking, lock the doors and
don't let anyone in! (ummm.... I guess THAT is not really a realistic
response, ist it?) SOME loss is to be expected with any accessible
collection. (Sad, but true)
We use another company's product (Kingsley Library Supply, I think) that
works with the 3M security system. We place the security strip on the spine
of the tape - on the box only protects the box.
We cover the strip with a standard ownership and copyright printed message.
Yes, we lose some tapes..... But the loss is minimal and the materials are
used much much more.
ASU West Library
Topic No. 3
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 14:44:51 -0400
From: "LeeAnne Krause" <LLKRAUSE@gwm.sc.edu>
Subject: Re: security for videocassettes
Two words: Closed Stacks! (of course it's more work the staff, but we find
>>> Lflfirstname.lastname@example.org 10/25/00 02:18PM >>>
can anyone out there help me find out how to prevent videocassettes
is using tattletape inside the box a good method?
what security strips are out there?