Implementing RFID Without Turning Your Library Upside Down

When your library implements an RFID system, the RFID tag is the least expensive piece of hardware.

But with tens or hundreds of thousands of tags to be placed, tagging your collection is the stage of implementation that will take the most time and has the most potential to disrupt staff workflows and interfere with patron access to your collection.

Concerns range from planning how to manage consistency and quality control, to deciding whether to close the library during tagging, to establishing workflows for intercepting untagged items while the collection continues to circulate.

In this webinar, Jacob Bastian, vice president of on-site services at Backstage Library Works, walks you through these decisions, highlights areas that need your attention from the early planning stages, and answers audience questions.

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