Transition to Radio Frequency Identification System begins
On September 28, 2004, Cameron University Library staff members officially began the process of implementing Checkpoint's Intelligent Library System. When fully implemented, the system will facilitate collection security, circulation control, and inventory. Eventually, the system may enable Cameron Library patron self-check.
Head of Collection Services announces ambitious plans to insert identification tags into 1,200 books weekly.
Director of Library Services describes how radio frequency identification technology works and thanks Cameron administrators for funding the project.
Director officially tags the first book.
Senior Library Associate links barcode information to circulation circuits.
Former Access Services Librarian smiles as she dreams of the day when the system will enable computerized inventory control.