HI, Everyone.  I will be moving to a new location with the renovating we
are doing here at MGMC.  The topic came up about installing 'moveable
stacks'  - stacks that can be compressed together.  I'm sorry, I can't
think of the right terminology - it's a Monday morning disease. J  

Anyway, I'm supposed to get some benchmarking.  Here is the hesitation I
have about getting these 'moveable' stacks - my library will be unlocked
24/7 and I don't know how easy these stacks are to move to the 'public'.
Also, right now I have four rows of shelving, do I really need to 'save'
space?  The space I am moving to is about 100 square feet larger.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!



Emily H. Erickson, MLIS

Medical Librarian

Mary Greeley Medical Center

1111 Duff Ave

Ames, IA 50010

P: 515-239-2154

F: 515-239-2020

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