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Before

Converting












Form

a

management

team.

Who

will

attend

vendor

training?

Who

will

train

taggers?

Who

will

tag:

volunteers,

sub
-
contractor,

regular

staff,

temps?



Test

a

few

tags

at

BRK,

SUD,

WEL,

CAM

if

not


buying

from

Bibliotheca!



How

to

keep

track



BRK

used

red

china


markers.

RFID

Labels



Can

buy

from

Bibliotheca/Tagsys

or

another


vendor

such

as

3M



get

samples

and

test

at


BRK/WEL/SUD/CAM

if

you

have

any

doubts!



ISO

Data

Model

60

in

BiblioChip.ini

file



Only

barcode

+

security

bit;

no

title,

patron

info



Imprint?

No

one

has

done

this

yet:

adds


expense;

tags

cannot

be

centered

so

they

do


not

look

like

book

plates;

delays

receipt

of


order.



Placement

of

labels

is

important

Disc

Labels/Media

Packs



Interfere

with

playing

in

some

devices



Provide

security



Do

not

need

to

check

for

contents

if

all

discs

are

tagged.



Zero

on
-
disc

labels

(WEL)



One

on
-
disc

label

per

set

(SUD)



Up

to

two

on
-
disc

labels

(BRK)

+

color
-
coding



Only

donut

labels

(CAM)

Metallic

Items



Blu
-
Ray

Discs,

Books

with

foil

covers/metallic

inks



Guinness

Book

of

World

Records



Artemis

Fowl,

Dorling

Kindersley,

many

others.



Thick

books:

often

works

to

put

RFID

label

in

center

near

bottom

edge

(BRK)



BRK

reserves

barcode

prefix

317128

for

metallic

items;

programs

barcode

scanners

at

self
-
checks

to

read

all

barcodes

with

‘8’

in

6
th

position,

but

no

other

barcodes

beginning

with

‘3’

Build

Your

Own

Conversion

Cart


Laptop,

barcode

reader,

mouse

(optional)

&

RFID

pad

on

top.


Power

cords

and

RFID

controller

box

below


UPS

optional



only

if

you

can’t

plug

into

wall.


Room

for

labels.

SUD:

Endura

Computer

Workstation

with

Leg

Room,

LEM32T

by

Luxor

*

Some

libraries

eschew

rolling

carts.

They

just

load

items

on

book

trucks

and

take

them

to

a

stationary

conversion

station.




WEL

&

BRK:

Rubbermaid

Media

Master

Three
-
Shelf

33"

Open


Electronic

Media

AV

Cart,

Black

9T28

(PICTURED)

Staff

Conversion

Station



Label

dispenser

on

left,

RFID

pad

and

barcode

reader

on

right



Opposite

sides

helps

prevent

accidentally

encoding

labels

on

dispenser.



Bibliotheca

license

based

on


network

card

MAC

address

+


computer

name

Staff

Circ

Station

&

Express

Lane

Setup



III’s

Item

Status

API

allows

interaction

between

Millennium

&

RFID

software/hardware



Give

IP

addresses

or

address

range

(DHCP)

of


stations

to

MLN;

RFID

JARS

will

install



Install

IIS

(Microsoft’s

Web

Server)



Get

Bibliotheca

license

for

staff

&

EL

stations

Going

Live



Vendors:

When

70
-
80%

of

collection

is

tagged



BRK

over

90%



depends

on

your

comfort

level



Have

a

place

to

put

RFID

problems



Give

staff

an

Express

Lane

self
-
check

to

use

for

checkout

a

few

weeks

before

going

live



Turn

off

gates

for

first

few

weeks,

so

items

returned

don’t

drive

you

crazy



Turn

around

the

self
-
check(s)

for

public

Self
-
Check



Build

Your

Own



CPU



Touch

screen

(e.g.,

ELO

1729/1529,

integrated

MSR)



Barcode

reader

(e.g.,


Motorola

LS2208)



Receipt

printer



RFID

pad

(controller

box

hidden)



Furniture

(if

not

on

circ

desk)



Cheapest

option,

but

you

are

your

own

engineer

Self
-
Check



BayScan



Touch

screen

(ELO

1529

with

integrated

MSR)



Mounting

sleeve

integrates

barcode

reader



But

not

as

good

as

LS2208



~$1900

for

above



Other

components


provided

by

library,


including

CPU

Self
-
Check



Bibliotheca



Touch

screen,

CPU,

RFID

pad

are

integrated,

compact



Integrated

barcode

reader



not

great,

not

configurable



MSR

option?



Looks

great



BRK

Coolidge

branch

has

one



~$10K

but

engineering

mostly

done

for

you



Must

install

Express

Lane

or


purchase

SIP

License

to

use


Bibliotheca

software

Signage



Brookline

Signage



Sudbury

Training

the

Public



Staff

in

front

of

desk



Volunteer

self
-
check

ambassadors



the

older

the

better!



Do

it

for

the

reluctant

patron

at

a

self
-
check



Emphasize



3

(?)

items

at

once



#

items

on

screen

must

match

#

items

on

pad



Wait

for

green



Bring

red

or

problem

items

to

desk

Public

Response





















80%+

self
-
check

in

Brookline

(with

self
-
pickup)

Patrons

help

each

other

“You

could

teach

the

supermarkets

a

lesson.”

“This

is

fun!”

“Oh

that

was

easy!”

“Are

you

going

to

lose

your

job?”

“I

won’t

do

anything

that’s

going

to

take

away

someone’s

job.”

Gates

and

Gate

Tracker



Can

paste

barcode

into

MillCirc



With

SIP

license,

Gate

Tracker

can

get

title

automatically



“Oh,

it

looks

like

Cleopatra

didn’t


check

out

properly.

Let

me

fix

that


for

you.”

Delivery

Checkin



Separate

returns,

network

transfers,

and

NT

from

RFID

libraries



Check

in

returns

3

at

a

time

with

RFID



Check

in

NT

with

RFID

one

at

time,

because

of

the

slips



Check

in

non
-
RFID

NT

with

barcode



optionally

encode

a

temp

RFID

card

so

patrons

can

use

RFID

to

check

out.

Checkin

Advantages



RFID

stuff:

3

at

a

time



Media

packages:

70%

(?)

need

not

be

opened



Both

of

the

above

features

of

RFID

save

time

and

reduce

repetitive

stress



Network

items

which

require

slips

or

don’t


have

RFID

reduce

the

advantages,

but

still

a

+



Automated

sorting

is

huge

theoretical


advantage

if

you

have

space

and

$$$$