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November 2003, Week 3


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"Devereaux, MaryJo" <[log in to unmask]>
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Devereaux, MaryJo
Thu, 20 Nov 2003 10:05:02 -0500
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My question  has to do with the type of statistics we keep here.
Historically one of the stats kept has been about the pages that are
photocopied.  The issue at hand is, do we tally the pages "photocopied" in
electronic format and subsequently emailed out as pdf's?  My understanding
of why we tally pages [explained to me here anyway] has to do with
justification of paper usage and man hours in front of the photocopy
machine.  I guess I'm not sure how to keep statistics on the electronic ones
either. Any ideas, changes, options, etc. anyone has to offer would be
greatly appreciated.

Have a good day,

MaryJo Devereaux
Head Librarian
Community Medical Center
Physician's Library
1800 Mulberry Street
Scranton  PA  18510
v. (570) 969-8197  f. (570)969-8902
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