The library's new Research Stations are available to patrons and guests needing to do scholarly work or research. These computers provide access to a variety of websites and databases, and their location in the second-floor Non-Fiction area provides easy access to reference books and a quiet environment for work and study.
What can you do at a Research Station?
The Research Stations also include the Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher for use in composing papers and projects.
Each station can print documents in black-and-white (20¢/page) and color ($1/page). Patrons can bring USB drives for saving their work and headphones for doing work that requires audio.
Can you reserve a Research Station in advance?
The Research Stations were placed with federal LSTA grant funds distributed by APLS.