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Today's featured Share Your Library entry comes from Baystate Medical Center Health Sciences Library in Springfield, Massachusetts. The Baystate librarians were especially clever when preparing their entry for this contest. In addition to the great photos of their health sciences library and its patrons, Baystate included a poem to tell the story of their library!

 

 Using wireless devices, put your feet up and relax

 

 

For easy access to print material, sit near the book stacks

 

 

A PC with privacy promotes individual research

 

 

Counter seating offers a quiet place to perch

 

 

For spot to enjoy an online podcast

 

 

Or a room for learning enthusiasts

 

 

Knowledgeable, professional staff are always near

 

 

Even the plants are thriving here.

10 Apr 2012 | Posted by Daniela Parmley

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