RFID in Libraries


RFID at the Cons

Filed under: — Laura @ 5:16 pm

RFID is starting to enter “critical mass” stage. Sessions at library conferences are attracting participants. According to Eric Ipsen, writing for RFID Journal, about 375 people attended a session at the recent PLA conference in Seattle. And just yesterday I was reviewing the preliminary program for ALA Orlando and saw a couple of sessions listed.

The Intellectual Freedom Round Table is offering “Tiny Trackers: The Use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technonlogy by Libraries and Booksellers” on Sunday 1:30pm

LITA is offering “The Radio Frequency Revolution: Tips and Trends for Implementing RFID Systems in Libraries” on Monday 8:30am

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