Source: Long Island Exchange
The Elmont Memorial Library is proud to introduce the first Fully Automated Self Service Circulation System in Nassau County. Beginning November 25, 2014, the Library will integrate RFID technology into their systems, pioneering its use for contemporary library functions.
The massive circulation desk that once encompassed the front section of the Library will now be replaced by four completely self-serve check-out stations and two return stations. Patrons will be able to easily scan their card, stack the books of their choosing onto the new machines, and be finished with ease, allowing the staff to escape the desk and spend more time with Patrons.
Returned books will be easily fed into one of the two return stations and automatically sorted to their correct destinations without taking up precious staff time. Overdue books can be paid by cash or credit at the machine.
Materials are now returned to the shelves quicker and more efficiently. This new self-service circulation system will be in effect for most materials borrowed from the Library from all of the departments.
Source: Long Island Exchange, Elmont Memorial Library
Join us at the Elmont Memorial Library, 700 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont, Friday, Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. for the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony introducing this new improvement to the community and embracing yet another transition in making this Elmont’s extraordinary Library, serving the communities of Elmont, Stewart Manor, Alden Manor, South Floral Park, and parts of North Valley Stream, East Franklin Square and New Hyde Park!
-Elmont Memorial Library