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Polk County Library Cooperative Outreach Project “Lending Library” Check this out!. The Library has come to you…use your Polk County Public Library Card to borrow material. Outpost 27 Visitor’s Center. Your Text Here. Outpost 27 Visitor’s Center. Outpost 27 Visitor’s Center.
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Polk County Library Cooperative Outreach Project “Lending Library” Check this out! The Library has come to you…use your Polk County Public Library Card to borrow material. Outpost 27 Visitor’s Center Your Text Here
Back porch site for the Vending Library. Before installation Note the data jack and electrical outlet!
You can reorder a row or the whole machine. The shelves drop down for access.
In this machine, there are 20 dvd’s in a row and four rows in a tray. We have 3 trays for dvd’s. Because the books are such different sizes, PCLC machines are configured to have 9 , 11, or 21 books per row. Each machine may be configured according to your needs and you may reconfigure the shelves if you want to change things around later.
Patrons love the service Comments: “I stop by here on my route, it is so convenient for me!” “My kids love to pick out new movies and we don’t have to get on a waiting list. “I love it! Can you put in more machines?” “I use the machines and the bookmobile. It saves me from having to drive so far to use a library.” “I tell all my friends that you can use it on Sunday.” QUESTIONS and REQUESTS: “ I wish I could have the item behind the one in front!” “ When are you coming to put in new stock, so I can be here ?”
Easy, Convenient, Fast Scan your library card Select number for your item Press O K You will get a printed receipt with the return date
Bookdrop at Outpost 27 • Drop off your items here • Use Books by Mail, have books mailed to your home free one way or free both ways if you have a medical need. • Materials for children and adults Polk County Library Cooperative serving you. Call 863 393-5610 for info. Linda Chancey, Outreach Librarian Return any Polk County Public Library Materials here….
In addition to the Vending Machines, visit the Bookmobile twice a month at the Outpost 27 Visitor’s Center. Get your library card and start using the new book vending machines and the bookmobile.
Things to consider • Location…where will you put your machine • Connections….data (must have internet access) and electric • Materials ….what will you put in your machine…size of material does matter • Staff…who will order material and restock
Forget candy bars: Vending machines now carry books http://www.kens5.com/news/consumer/Forget-candy-bars-These-vending-machine-books--114929469.html