Issues of periodicals and non-book material arrangement, Other Management

Issues of Periodicals and Non-Book Material-Storing, Shelving and Arrangement:

Most libraries have periodical collections, the current issues having to be display for browsing reading. Back numbers of them for a year stored along with current issues. Special display racks are available for this kind of storage and display. Special storage facilities are also required for storing Audio visual  materials, microfilms of newspapers, CD-ROMS,  etc. which are acquired by  university, research and other types of large libraries. The problems here are their preservation and storing for easy  of retrieval. They cannot be browsed and hence their shelving and storage need special attention. Depending on the size of these collections, storage and arrangements aspects of these materials have to be considered. Special storage shelves are available which have to be thoughtfully acquired, satisfying all functional and service aspects. 

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