Re: [FHCNET] Labels for microfilm
- Our center primarily creates the labels because our patrons have verbalized a perference. So we use labels for all the microfilms, regardless of the type.
Also, we have found that Wal-Mart have affordable prices and even offer them in packages of smaller quantities. (But then we don't have a large volume on microfilm requests.)
Every center approaches things differently. We do not use labels for short term loans. We file by number amd the patron looks them up on a printed inventory list. We do print labels when films are converted to indefinite.
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From: Katherine Wessel <katherine_wessel@...>
> Hi, What labels are you using and what for. Our[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> center doesn't use them. Could you please explain
> their purpose. I am a new director and have lots to
> learn. Thanks Kathy in Baltimore
> --- Pat Millican wrote:
> > Does anyone have the number for the removable labels
> > that fit the 16mm microfilm? I have the 6460 that
> > fit the 35mm but need the other size. I can't seem
> > to find the memo that listed it.
> > Is this what everyone is using for the microfilm?
> > A pack of 750 labels is about $23.00 for the 35mm.
> > I have been using the wrap around labels but they
> > tear and get caught on the drawer.
> > Thanks,
> > Pat Millican
> > Rome, GA FHC
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