ROCHELLE — The Flagg Rochelle Public Library has recently added two new services to the community. First, “Book Scan Station,” this new service enables anyone to convert a scanned book page, photo, or document and send it to an email address, smartphone, tablet, or Google Drive (also known as Cyber Cloud). This can also be used to print the scanned item or saved to a USB drive as well.
According to Barb Kopplin, library director, aside from scanning book pages, this service has mostly been used for obituaries, genealogy, or family photos.
The second service that the library most recently added is for book readers. They now have another option available to them that doesn’t involve a trip to the library or bookstore to enjoy their reads. The new program, called eRead Illinois, allows patrons to download titles to their electronic devices like the Kindle or Nook, or cell phones, tablets, laptops and computers. For the complete article see the 07-01-2014 issue.
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