[Libs-Or] Experiences with integrating reference into nonfiction collection
JScheppke at crooklib.org
Sat Mar 30 14:48:28 PDT 2019
Hi all -
Crook County Library's print reference section is dwindling -- and I don't think we're alone on that. We are down to just a few dozen items.
To free up space, we are considering integrating the remaining items in the reference collection into the nonfiction collection, with materials interfiled. The reference items would still be marked as reference and would not circulate. Has anyone out there attempted something like this? What have your experiences been?
Hope you're not reading this from behind a service desk on a sunny Saturday, like
Jane F. Scheppke, MLIS
Assistant Director of Library Services, Crook County Library
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