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Big thanks to all the libraries who participated in our Share Your Library photo contest! We will be announcing our winners on Friday, April 13th, but prior to that we would like to share some of our fabulous entries. Our first featured entry comes from Horry-Georgetown Technical College in South Carolina.

Fourteen-day Nook checkouts allow patrons to read popular novels, newspapers, and magazines on the go without the hassle of carrying around heavy books.

 

HGTC's laptop service allows patrons to conduct research or complete school assignments after hours or on weekends. Laptops feature Microsoft Office Professional Suite and wireless internet access. They also offer wireless printing from any laptop. The laptop charging cart allows the HGTC library to house and charge up to 20 laptops.

 

There are over 40 desktop computers throughout the library at HGTC. Each computer is equipped with Microsoft Office Professional Suite, internet access, printing capabilities, and other commonly used course software.

09 Apr 2012 | Posted by Daniela Parmley

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