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Old 08-18-2007, 09:11 AM   #8
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... Bear in mind that we have different bibliographical records for print and digital media, that a replaced CD or DVD has to be added to the holdings record, have a new barcode and RFID tag attached and programmed, and spine and title labels generated, printed and applied. It's very labour-intensive, and this would apply to the PDFs on CD that you are considering
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The Free Library of Philadelphia has a service that rents them the most current fiction and non-fiction books. The books appear rather quickly after publication, especially the political ones. I suspect that much of the work of preparing those books for loans is done by that service, but I don't really know. I never asked about the DVDs, but perhaps they are on the same service.

I am wondering if the same kind of service is available in Australia.

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