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This summer the UNC Libraries purchased a collection of "gadgets". The iPads, iPod Touches, Xooms, Kindles, bluetooth keyboards and more circulate to library staff members to take to conferences, use in their everyday work, or just to try out. Behind the scenes we had to make these devices (designed for single-consumer-ownership) work in an institutional, multi-user setting. In this session we'll share lessons learned from the project so far, including best practices for managing these devices (and their content) for multiple users in an institutional setting. We'll also share some survey results from lendees about what they used the gadgets for.