Re: =?Big5?Q?=A6=5E=C2=D0_=3A_CD_Security?=

Victoria Caplan (lbcaplan@ust.hk)
Sun, 21 Jan 2001 22:40:15 -0800 (PST)

Hi Theresa,

At HKUST we use 3M tattle-tapes on the CD's and their jewel-boxes. The
stacks are open and the patrons can browse and choose themselves.

- Victoria

On Sun, 21 Jan 2001, Teresa Kong wrote:

> Hello listservers,
> I'm interested to know this issue too. At present, we store the discs in our office area, whilst the cases are displayed on the shelves for browsing. But this occupy double spaces, and the staff have to find the discs from the drawers, which is rather tedious when the circulation rate is high. Recently, we are thinking about shelving the discs back to the cases, but haven't decided yet on what to do. How about security cases? Can anymore give me some ideas on both security and efficiency? Thanks.
>
> Teresa Kong
> Assistant Librarian
> Multimedia Learning Centre
> Hong Kong Baptist University
> 34 Renfrew Road
> Kowloon Tong
> Kowloon
> Hong Kong
> SAR China
>
> Tel: 852 2339-5397
> Fax: 852 2339-7372
> Email: teresak@hkbu.edu.hk
> http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/lib
>
>
> -----原始郵件-----
> 寄件者: Eric Fry [SMTP:efry@shell.fastlane.net]
> 傳送時間: 2001年1月22日 AM 01:44
> 收件者: Multiple recipients of list
> 主旨: CD Security
>
>
> Hello fellow VIDEOLIBbers:
>
> Every Christmastime, as expected, we notice a rash of theft in our Media
> Center. Which again raises the question of CD security. And now DVD
> security. I'm curious:
>
> a) if anyone can recommend an outstanding product for a public library,
> and
>
> b) if anyone can recommend a product that attaches to the CD and/or DVD
> itself.
>
> You may send your comments to me if you would rather not flood the
> listserv. Thanks in advance for your help.
>
> Eric Fry
> Manager, Amon G. Carter Multi-Media Center
> Fort Worth Public Library
> efry@fortworthlibrary.org -or-
> efry@shell.fastlane.net
>
>
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