Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library visit


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Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library visit

  1. 1. A visual chronicle of their technology services March 2012
  2. 2. The main entrance
  3. 3. Lisa Neal-Shaw, Reference Librarian
  4. 4. The elevator was a major component of the expansion project.
  5. 5. I know, it’s not really technology, but it’s a must-see! The exhibits change periodically, featuring local artists.
  6. 6. This part of the children’s area houses the books, and…
  7. 7. …the Wii! A variety of games are available for use within the library.
  8. 8. Children’s computer workstations-kid size!
  9. 9. There are 4 workstations for kids.
  10. 10. The wall display of a joint project with the school-an enhanced geography project on Facebook! They’re getting postcards from all over the world!
  11. 11. One of the QR codes for an in-house treasure hunt-another great use of technology to enhance library services.
  12. 12. Staff workstation, notice the laptop. There is also a PC used for checkout in this area.
  13. 13. OPAC. Can you see the QR code?
  14. 14. Just in case, here’s a closer look.
  15. 15. We’re going up!
  16. 16. Copy machine
  17. 17. Circulation Desk
  18. 18. Circulation Desk, Staff Workstation. Workstations are hardwired for consistency.
  19. 19. Printer at Circulation Desk
  20. 20. Notice on the bulletin board at the Circulation Desk.
  21. 21. Sony E-Reader display at Circulation Desk. Patrons can get some hands-on practice.
  22. 22. This is the cozy reading room you read about.
  23. 23. OPACThe stands were built by a volunteer.
  24. 24. QR code in Reference Department
  25. 25. Microfilm machine located in Reference Department
  26. 26. Workstation in the Reference Department, the one reserved for database access, testing, etc.
  27. 27. One of the public access computers.
  28. 28. There are several of these study carrels on the main level. They are some of the few places with outlets in easy reach.
  29. 29. Public access computer stations from the upper level.
  30. 30. View from the upper level, notice the study carrels in the top center.
  31. 31. Audiobooks and movies (both DVD and VHS) There are also CDs available.
  32. 32. Nonfiction Stacks
  33. 33. Heather, at her workstation in the young adult section.
  34. 34. Study carrel in the young adult section.
  35. 35. One of two tutoring rooms with all you need to get to work: table, chairs, wifi, power supply, and window!
  36. 36. The teleconference machine that is still looking for a home.