Re: Printers at PAC's
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- Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 12:59:53 -0500
- From: Richard Crane <racrane@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Printers at PAC's
When we installed our III system about 6 years ago we were regarded as truly
strange because we had a printer for every (dumb) terminal. We have small
(7""x10") Kodak Diconix injet machines. they have proven to be completly
reliable and are quiet. It is probably the most admired feature of our
installation. We are not certainwhat we will use when we move to Millennium in
our new building next year. I do not believe that these printers are still
Jan Sapp wrote:
> Are there any libraries that have small printers attached to their opacs for
> patrons to print off call numbers? With our former Dynix system, every opac
> actually had a dot matrix printer attached to each dumb terminal. Without
> getting into politics and history of my library, suffice it to say there is
> a strong dislike to the idea of putting pencils and paper out for patrons to
> use for writing down call numbers especially in this day of technology.
> What is everybody out there doing?
> Jan Sapp
> Carrollton Public Library
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