And it is found that in one of the facilities studied the doors of access and Interior, as well as the different rooms were not spacious enough to allow a person in a wheelchair is moved without problems. In addition, their toilets were also adapted. None, had signs in braille. The situation is improving in the field of information (with a well). In this section, CONSUMER EROSKI technicians conducted a test practical search for a book in the ordenadores-catalogo of libraries (the origin of species, Charles Darwin, for the University libraries and the Perfume, Patrick Suskind, for the rest is chosen). Found the simplicity of the management system implemented in all cases analysed in the Andalusian city, as well as good care of employees who offered the information necessary for the location of the book (except in one of the centers, where indications of the worker of the place were scarce). Moreover, in terms of signage, posters in view of the user indicating the Center hours and how to find the different rooms of the library had all visited libraries. (As opposed to Japanese Engineers). Finally, top rated blocks are those of safety and cleanliness, which obtained a very well.

In the first, Cordoba far exceeds the average (an acceptable) study, due to facilities visited, except one, had unimpeded emergency exits and could open with ease. In addition, all units had fire extinguishers and emergency lighting. In cleaning, the centres included in the study were in very good state of maintenance and cleanup, as well as materials (books, CDs, DVDs and magazines) sorted and placed on their shelves. The best and worst of libraries in best Lo Cordoba: correct and appropriate lighting in all rooms libraries, materials ordered and perfectly placed on their shelves, vigilant security at the entrance of the enclosures and good endowment of exits and emergency lighting. The worst: narrow rooms that do not allow the passage of users in wheelchairs, toilets where they lack measures to ensure accessibility, more ordenadores-catalogo on different floors of the libraries and a greater adaptation of rooms to host subject and newspaper libraries.