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iPads Available to Check Out

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Thanks to the generous support of LSU Student Government, ten iPads have been purchased and added to the electronic items available through the Gear to Geaux program for LSU students. Starting today (February 1), the tablets will be available at the Middleton Library circulation desk, for a seven-day circulation period. ipads

The tablets come loaded with the apps most popular with users, including YouTube, Find iPhone, OneNote, Adobe Photoshop Express, Pandora Radio, Netflix, Kindle, Nook, Adobe Reader, Google Earth, Gmail, Chrome, Facebook, Twitter, and Skype. The devices also have library apps for EBSCOhost, ScienceDirect, and OECD Factbook, among others. A complete list of pre-loaded apps will be included in the information given at checkout. Students may also want to search GROK for upcoming articles on the tablets and their use.

Sigrid Kelsey is the Director of Library Communications and Publications at the LSU Libraries.

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