If you need a laptop for work at home, a projector for a presentation, or want to preserve memories by making digital copies of print photos (or slides, VHS, etc.), the library has you covered. We offer a range of equipment for adults and kids to use in the library, and we have equipment you can check out and use at home.
Kids can check out Nooks, iPads, or Samsung tablets preloaded with ebooks and other age-appropriate content.
Our selection of digitization equipment lets you transfer VHS tapes, DVDs, and 8mm cassette tapes to your computer. Or create digital files from hard-copy photos and slides. We also have equipment to create MP3 files from cassette tapes and vinyl records.
Use our A/V equipment for work or school projects. We offer laptops, projectors, DVD and CD players.
View the complete list of equipment available from the library at gpld.org/checkout-equipment.
New library update
Construction crews have been installing floors, stairways, elevators, and walls for the new Geneva Public Library at 227 S. Seventh St. Additional exterior work will begin soon. The prospective opening date is fall 2019. Visit gpldnewbuilding.org for regular updates on progress. Contact us anytime at Board@gpld.org.
The librarian recommends
Reference librarian Lauren Maxwell says “Hope Never Dies” by Andrew Shaffer “is a buddy cop bromance, featuring former Vice President Joe Biden and his one truest bro, former President Barack Obama. While solving the mystery of what happened to Joe’s favorite Amtrak train conductor, the two reconnect for the first time after leaving office and hijinks ensue. It’s great for anyone who enjoys humorous mysteries, with a wry political twist.”
Paula Krapf is public relations and marketing manager for Geneva Public Library. Feedback can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.