Accessibility through technology: Wendover Community Library improvement project
The new Wendover Library will provide much improved digital access for the community with the installation of new self-service equipment and improved printing technology for all members of the local community.
Technology at the library
The technology at the library will include:
- Public network computers with one hour’s free usage per day for library members and employment support for jobseekers including free printing of CVs and job application forms.
- Availability of hublets – loanable tablets which can download numerous apps and which can access online publications and resources subscribed to by the library. The device memory is completely wiped between loans.
- Wireless printing facilities from personal devices and hublets.
- I-Kiosk self-service, allowing users to return books and access other library services.
- Smart whiteboards in meeting rooms to enhance the commercial offer.
- Digital information screens providing information on a range of local services.
- OMi design Interactive sensory projection system with games, music and social activities to engage customers to promote good health and wellbeing particularly neurodiversity.
- Community-based learning to improve digital skills.
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