As libraries strive to maintain collections with limited space, many have turned to high-efficiency, off-site shelving facilities. This work addresses virtually all major issues in planning, building, and operating high-density storage. Using the Harvard Depository model, but applying the issues and activities to other models as well, a host of contributors cover such issues as governance and cost, design and construction, preservation, selection, pre-shelving preparation, systems, access and management, services, and transportation. An essential guide to anyone considering or involved in high efficiency shelving, this book is also a valuable reference.See also Bar codes/bar coding Accidents forklifts, 187 AccuScan, 167 Acid-free cardboard trays, 178 paper wrappings, 208 ... 15 Administrative structure/staffing Milton S. Eisenhower Library, 24-26 Administrators, 131 Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), 199 AIA. ... See also Manuscripts and Archives (Yale University Library) Archivists, 206, 207, 210 ARIEL, 44, 184, 198, 199, 201 Artifactual valueanbsp;...
|Title||:||Library Off-site Shelving|
|Author||:||Danuta A. Nitecki, Curtis L. Kendrick|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 2001|