The Frisco Public Library, Frisco, Tex., reopened last week providing a faster way to check out and check in books and media materials. Volunteers worked for ten days while the library was closed to update more than 145,000 books, DVDs and CDs.
The various levels of the library now hold seven Express Check terminals, so patrons can breeze through the checkout process instead of waiting in line at the borrow and return desk.
The new system incorporates RFID equipment, opening the door in the future for an automated check-in system.
Also, instead of printing a receipt, library users can also email the list of their items to themselves.
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