Decatur, GA — DeKalb County Public Library has launched a brand new service the place patrons can try Google Chromebooks for as much as six hours at a time, a press launch says.
Clarkston, Salem-Panola, Scott Candler, Stonecrest and Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown branches have Chromebooks accessible on a first-come-first-served foundation.
Patrons can name one of many choose branches to schedule a pickup on the contact-free desk, then hook up with the library’s WiFi within the library parking zone or anyplace else with WiFi entry.
The Chromebook needs to be turned in later that very same day on the department the place it was checked out. A Gmail or Google account is inspired however not required.
This new service was applied to assist patrons with no pc entry who want help with digital studying or filling out job purposes.
Takeout Tech will likely be expanded to extra branches later this month. Get extra particulars at their website here.
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