This week 4/13- 4/19 is National Library Week. I’m celebrating with daily blog posts about the Juneau Public Libraries (JPL), my local library system. I hope you’ll add your own library stories in comments or on your own blog.
Before I get started, here’s a message from Judy Blume, honorary chair of National Library Week:
One of things that Judy Blume mentioned was internet access. What kind of internet access does JPL have? Let’s check out their internet access page:
In addition to the in-library internet terminals, wifi and laptops for checkout, the Juneau Public Libraries also offer these services:
The library provides a variety of audiovisual equipment and media services for library users. Some are available for checkout while others may be used only in the library.
Items available for use within the libraries include:
- Laptop computers
- Video conferencing equipment (see Video Conferencing Service below)
- Document Cameras (COMING SOON)
- Scanners (Downtown and Douglas).
- Teleconferencer (Downtown)
- Photo copiers
Items available for check-out to registered adult users include:
- Photo Slide projectors (Juneau and Valley)
- Nook (ebook readers)
- Mp3 players (available upon request)
- Kill-a-Watt Energy Monitors
There is a $5 per item, per day charge for the use photo slide projectors and teleconferencer. We suggest that you reserve equipment in advance. Call the library nearest you for information.
If you live in Juneau and did not know about these resources, I hope you’ll stop by a branch and check them out. If you’ve liked this post or have a library story of your own, share it to your favorite social media site with #nlw14.