In recent years, automation has played a vital role in library systems that handle tasks of acquisition, cataloging, serials, and circulation. The automation of these operations has, in turn, minimized the demand for human interaction. Robots in Academic Libraries: Advancements in Library Automation provides an overview on the current state of library automation, addresses the need for changing personnel to accommodate these changes, and assesses the future for academic libraries as a whole. This book is essential for library leaders, technology experts, and library vendors interested in the future of library automation and its impact on the decline of human interaction in libraries.maintainersa#39; experiences with the auto-detection features (5 questions) and manual configuration facilities (5 questions); Part V analyzed the ... We mapped those answers to the integers 0-5, with 0 being aVery easya and 5 being aVery Difficult.
|Title||:||Robots in Academic Libraries: Advancements in Library Automation|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-04-30|