On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:10:41 -0400, Herbert, Rue wrote
> I know this topic has been discussed to a certain degree recently,
> but I have a specific inquiry I don't think has yet been addressed.
> We are in the process of evaluating the current security we use on
> our DVDs. They are shelved in open stacks using a type of plastic
> security case. These cases have not provided the security we had
> hoped. Once the case has been opened several times, it seems to
> become quite easy to just pull the sides and pop it open. So, we
> are looking at the 3-M type stripped overlays to use on the actual
> discs. We use them on our compact discs and cd roms with no
> problems cited.
> I would appreciate any comments anyone has regarding using these on
> DVDs. Our initial "tests" seem successful, and I realize they
> cannot be used for 2-sided DVDs, but we have a minimal number of
> those. It will be quite an investment to strip the entire existing
> collection, so I'm trying to cover all the possible bases.
> Thanks for any input provided.
> Rue M. Herbert
> Media Resources
> Tampa Library
> University of South Florida
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