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LIBRARY EQUIPMENT IN PHYSICAL PLANNING OF LIBRARY IN LIBRARY MANAGEMENT

Most of the equipment used in the library is standard office equipment, sometimes adapted library use. A case in point is the catalogue card duplicator which is nothing but an ordinary stencil duplicator, miniaturised for card duplication. Typewriter, (manual or electronic) is an ubiquitous piece of equipment in libraries is gradually getting replaced by various types of equipment that are generally found in a library can be categorized as: 

  1. Filing equipment
  2. Record-keeping equipment
  3. Microform reading equipment 
  4. Copying equipment
  5. Non-conventional indexing and filing equipment 
  6. Miscellaneous supplies and equipment.  
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