When you say small to middle sized library, I wonder how many tapes you
have. Is it cost effective to hire someone to do the work in-house (assuming
you have the hardware already), or would it be better to out-source?
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From: "Tony Greiner/Mary Grant" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, October 25, 2003 11:03 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] How to find/hire av professionals
> This list has been a great help to me, a librarian who occasionally
> has cause or need to learn about electronic media. One more request-
> If a small to middle-sized library wanted to hire someone to dub
> (duplicate) some tapes for them, how should they go about finding and
> hiring someone qualified?
> Is there a "certification" program, or some other form of
> accreditation that the institution can rely on to determine
> professional skill?
> Tony Greiner
> Tony Greiner/Mary Grant [log in to unmask]