West Boulevard Library computer lab renovation is good news for desktop users

Renovations will begin Monday, April 17 for West Boulevard Library, and run through early June. The scheduled upgrade will include a closed-in computer lab allowing for simultaneous classes and individual computing. Previously, the lab would be unavailable for public use when computer classes were being held.

The renovated lab will have 15 PCs (including 1 accessible height adjustable station) in an enclosed, visible space that can be used for instruction or open access. There will also be 7 additional PCs (including 1 accessible height adjustable station) outside the enclosed space dedicated to open internet access. This brings the total number of PCs at West Boulevard from 18 to 22.

The library will remain open during the closure and customers will still be able to get computer work done using a small number of desktops and laptops stationed throughout the branch.

Daily construction will begin before the branch opens, but will continue throughout the day. The renovation site will be closed off for safety reasons to minimize noise and dust. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to the renovated space in June.

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Renovations will begin Monday, April 17 for West Boulevard Library, and run through early June.
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The renovated lab will have 15 PCs in an enclosed, visible space that can be used for instruction or open access
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The library will remain open during the closure and customers will still be able to get computer work done
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