June 20, 2012
Our seminar on the important topic of RFID took place on the 19th of June at the Palace Hotel in Manchester. For delegates working in both public and academic libraries, this seminar had much to interest and inform, and consisted of –
A talk through the RFID RFP (Request for Proposal – i.e. core specification document) by the authors – Mick Fortune of Library RFID Ltd and Mark Hughes (Head of Collections Management, Swansea University), and Karen Carden (Bibliographic Services Manager, University of the Arts London) – Why it’s needed, how to use it, what to look out for, tips on marking / interpreting responses, future / updating
UCLAN’s RFID project – Kathryn Sullivan,University of Central Lancashire (presented by Jeremy Andrew)
Thoughts on the future of RFID – Jeremy Andrew Head of Library Services, University of Central Lancashire
Update on global RFID developments – Mick Fortune
Our delegates commented
- An excellent day on an important topic
- Very useful, and I feel much more confident now
- A very useful seminar
- Far exceeded my expectations and made me think again about RFID.
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