Library adds iPad to In-House Device Collection
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The Library has been circulating laptop computers for use in the building for a few years now, but recently we added a pre-loaded iPad to the mix. This iPad is for use while you're visiting the Library, but may not be checked out. Some of the apps you'll find already installed include a variety of arcade games, links to major news sources and magazines, Urban Spoon for finding area restaurants, Spotify and Pandora for listening to music, reference resources like Fodor's Travel, WebMD, and Wikipedia, and the ability to access your Kindle and Nook accounts.

If you want to check out an iPad or another device from our tech collection to take home, you can do that, too. Other devices available include portable DVD players, iPods, GPS units, digital cameras, digital projectors, digital voice recorders, language translators, Kindles, and Nooks.

You'll need to fill out a separate application for using the in-house iPad and laptops, as well as the other devices in the Library's circulating collection. Bring a current photo ID to the Customer Service Desk to apply.


This entry was posted on January 17, 2013