More Scanners, More Tables, More Power

March 30, 2010 at 3:50 pm | Posted in furniture, services, technology | 1 Comment

Galvin Library is pleased to announce improvements to technology, space and services.

  • Technology: two new scanners have been added to the upper level computing area, bringing Galvin Library’s total availability for scanners to ten.  Eight are located on the upper level, and two scanners can be found on the lower level in the group study area.
  • Space: visit our upper level to see newly refinished tables on the north end. Oak tables original to the building have been sent out for repair and refinishing. With a few tables left to finish in the first phase of the project, patrons are already enjoying the beauty and durability of these study tables. During Spring Break, three shelf ranges on the upper level were removed and three of the new refinished tables that can accommodate up to twelve patrons were moved into place.  There are accessible electric outlets in this new study space located just to the west of the public computing area on the upper level.
  • Services: table-top lamps and power strips have been available to check out at the reference desk on the upper level for a few semesters. Recently, increased demand has made it necessary for additional lamps and power strips to be added. A student ID is necessary to use this service.

1 Comment

  1. Good news on the additional scanners. Can any of your scanners handle an 11″ x 17″ image? If not, what is the largest size image that can now be scanned? I’m asking on behalf of the landscape architecture students. Thank you.

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