Re: Touch screens / Receipt printers
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- Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 09:29:40 +1000
- From: "Kevin Jewell" <k.jewell@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Touch screens / Receipt printers
The Univ of Ballarat has been using Touch Screen monitors with Millennium Circulation since August 2002, and I would have a riot on my hands if tried to remove them from the staff.
We have Samsung 151S LCD monitors that have been converted to Capacitive touch units, using the 3M conversion kits. These units are on the front loans desk, while the returns area has an 'old' CRT touch screen monitor. One thing to remember if you are using a 'thin' monitor is to ensure that the base is weighted sufficiently so that when staff 'touch' the screen that the unit does not creep towards the other side of the desk throughout the day.
now for a commercial, for those going to the IUG conference in San Jose I will be doing a presentation on Mill Circ and touch screens.
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Academic Support Services
University of Ballarat
P O Box 663 Ballarat, Victoria
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>>> D.C.Leeson@xxxxxxxxxx 4/04/03 12:46:34 >>>
I'd like to ask if anyone is using the following with Millennium
1) Touch screens
2) Receipt printers
If you are using either or both of these can you recommend any
particular products and are they easy to set up with the system?
Team Leader, Materials Management
& System Coordinator
Brynmor Jones Library
University of Hull
HULL HU6 7RX
Phone: 01482 466832
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