The stock room, often referred to as the inventory storage area, serves as the central space within the library dedicated to managing and organizing physical collections of books, journals, and other materials.
This essential component of the library infrastructure is responsible for maintaining an efficient storage system, ensuring that items are readily available for circulation or reference.
In the MMU Library stock room, library staff engage in tasks such as shelving, organizing, and inventory management to optimize the accessibility of materials. This area plays a vital role in supporting the overall functioning of the library by providing a systematic and well-maintained storage space for the diverse range of print resources available to library users.
Efficient organization within the stock room is crucial for quick retrieval of items when requested by patrons, contributing to a seamless borrowing and return process. Periodic inventory checks and maintenance activities are conducted to uphold the integrity of the library’s physical collection, promoting an environment where resources are easily locatable and in good condition for use.
Ultimately, the stock room is an integral part of the MMU Library’s infrastructure, playing a behind-the-scenes role in ensuring that the library’s physical collections are well-preserved, organized, and readily accessible to support the diverse needs of library users.
Organization of the Stock
The remaining shelves accommodate Student Research collections (Dissertations), Journals, Periodicals, and Box Archives.
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Fort Portal – Uganda
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