[Videolib] "red tag" locking cases for DVDs?

Watson, Joseph (jwatson@middlebury.edu)
Tue, 26 Jun 2007 15:04:37 -0400

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Hi,
We're considering transitioning from our current arrangement (with empty
DVD cases on the shelves and the DVD filed behind the circ desk) to the
new 3M "Red Tag" locking case system. Has anyone been using it and can
you offer any real world information about how satisfactory it is? I'd
really appreciate hearing from folks who have actually used it.
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Thanks,
Joseph
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Joseph F. Watson

Preservation & Processing Manager, LIS Facilities Coordinator

Library & Information Services

Middlebury College

(802)-443-5487 - http://tinyurl.com/2ukhr2 - jwatson@middlebury.edu

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"The glory lies in doing well what you're doing." Robert Frost

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Hi,
We're = considering=20 transitioning from our current arrangement (with empty DVD cases on the = shelves=20 and the DVD filed behind the circ desk) to the new 3M "Red Tag" = locking=20 case system.  Has anyone been using it and can you offer any real = world=20 information about how satisfactory it is?  I'd really appreciate = hearing=20 from folks who have actually used it.
 
Thanks,
Joseph
 

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Joseph F.  = Watson

Preservation & = Processing Manager,=20 LIS Facilities Coordinator

Library & Information=20 Services

Middlebury = College

(802)-443-5487 - http://tinyurl.com/2ukhr2  = - =20 jwatson@middlebury.edu

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"The = glory lies in=20 doing well what you're doing."   Robert Frost

 
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