Campus libraries get new technology in Lincoln

More than 8,500 students are set to benefit from new technology being introduced at the University of Lincoln as a part of a major refurbishment.

Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) is being installed at the university's four campus libraries.

This will involve security gates and self-service units, enabling students to self-check books and other items in and out and pay any outstanding fines.

Delivery and installation of the units is expected to take around six weeks.

The move is hoped to make lending faster, easier and more secure.

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