[nabs] Your opinion - QUick Question
rj.bridges at verizon.net
Fri Jan 15 23:05:48 GMT 2010
I believe that our nearby public library offers a number of audio books. The majority of the services I utilize are from the library at my university and are online services. I am able to research their catalog online, access electronic journals and articles, and conduct research using online databases. My university library does have a couple of computers quipped with screen reading and magnification tecnology, though I find that they are slow and because these PCs are under lock and key, they are not convenient to access when all you are looking to do is print a paper, for instance. Hope this helps.
On Jan 15, 2010, at 3:32 PM, linda green wrote:
> Hey guys-
> I work in a library (academic).
> I would like to know and wanted to see how many on the list utilize their libraries, school or public. If you do, what services do you use or would like to use. And do you feel like the library staff is helpful or knowledge in providing you with info? Does the library you use provide accessible equipment/technology?
> I am thanking you in advance for any feedback you provide.
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