Putterham Library of Brookline, Mass, recently underwent renovations, which included the installation of RFID technology for the town’s library collection.
In its 10-month-long renovation project, the Putterham Branch cleared out old materials and attached electronic RFID tags to each item in its collection.
Now patrons of the Putterham Branch can check out books, CDs, and other materials quickly using a self-check out system. This not only makes things easier for patrons, but also for library personnel.
With the addition of RFID technology and self-check out stations, library staff are able to focus more on other duties which improve the facility and overall customer experience.
Plans for similar systems at the remaining Brookline branches are set to be complete by July 1.
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