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Phone Charging Courtesy of the Student Government

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The LSU Student Government recently funded the purchase of 30 new iPhone, iPad, and Android device chargers for student use.  LSU students can now check these out at the Middleton Library Circulation Desk.  Students can check chargers out for up to two hours, but they are not allowed to take them out of the building.  Each charger comes in a small bag with an instructional pamphlet that explains when the charger needs to be returned and how much the fees would be if it weren’t returned.  These new chargers are in addition to two stations for charging phones in room 141 of the library.

Middleton Circulation Desk also has available for checkout to LSU students the following equipment:

  • Dell D630 Laptops
  • Apple Macbooks
  • Apple iPads
  • Student Response System (*Clickers*)
  • Canon SD700 Digital Cameras
  • Sony Mini DV Digital camcorders
  • Tripods
  • Power Cords

For more information on checking out equipment at Middleton Library, click here.

Paul Hrycaj is a Research & Instruction Librarian at the LSU Libraries.

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