RE: security for videocassettes

Barbara Voss (bvoss@pct.edu)
Thu, 26 Oct 2000 10:59:49 -0700 (PDT)

I understand fully. We had no more walls to knock out for our growing
collection, so grant funds had to be invested in Spacesaver shelves.
They are on tracks and have handles that turn which slide the doors back
and forth. Yes, they were quite expensive, but it was necessary for
collection growth. If you're interested in something like this the
number is 800-492-3434.

Barbara A. Voss
Audiovisual Services Specialist
Pennsylvania College of Technology
One College Avenue
Williamsport PA 17701
Phone: 570 320-2400 1-7774
FAX: 570 327-4503
bvoss@pct.edu

>>> bltata@aurora.lib.il.us 10/26/00 12:48PM >>>
I notice that many are saying closed stacks. This does cut down on
most
theft. However, space is sometimes at a premium. How does everyone
deal
with growing collections and finite space? I have been weeding, but
even
with the most liberal of conditions for weeding, little is taken out of
the
collection.

Becky Tatar
Unit Head, Periodicals/Audiovisual
Aurora Public Library
1 E. Benton Street
Aurora, IL 60505
PHONE: 630-264-4100
FAX: 630-896-3209
email: bltata@aurora.lib.il.us
www.aurora.lib.il.us

-----Original Message-----
From: Lisa Flanzraich [mailto:Lfl$lib@Qc1.Qc.Edu]
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 1:19 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: security for videocassettes

can anyone out there help me find out how to prevent videocassettes
from walking?

is using tattletape inside the box a good method?

what security strips are out there?

many thanks