Re: Current periodicals display alternatives (Bruce Bumbalough) Stephen Clark 06 Jan 1999 21:39 UTC
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Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 15:15:37 -0600
From: Bruce Bumbalough <bbumbal9@AIRMAIL.NET>
Subject: Re: Current periodicals display alternatives (Jennifer Sweeney)
Grapevine Public Library uses that type of shelving for our current
periodicals. The big drawback is that patrons often can't find the back
issues. We answer the question several times a day despite the presence of
signs on each shelf saying that back issues are behind the current issue.
Other than that small facytor, it works well and we are pleased with it.
Grapevine Public Library
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> Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 11:57:55 -0800
> From: Jennifer Sweeney <jksweeney@UCDAVIS.EDU>
> Subject: Current periodicals display alternatives
> We are thinking of reconfiguring our current periodicals area. Does
> anyone have any practical comments on the type of hinged periodical
> display shelving that has a slanted shelf to display the most current
> issue, which then folds up and slides back to reveal the back issues?
> Please respond to email@example.com and I will summarize the replies
> for the list.
> Thank you!
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> Jennifer Sweeney
> Library Analyst
> Shields Library
> University of California
> Davis, CA 95616
> Phone: (530) 752-5819
> FAX: (530) 752-6899