Grant Funds New Servers at Kirkwood Public Library

Nicholas O'Neal

By: Nicholas O'Neal on February 5, 2014 Print This Post

Starting with this first post, Kirkwood Public Library will share something with All Aboard readers on a weekly basis, so please check back.  AND:  Please welcome our first KPL Blogger:  Nick O’Neal!

In August of 2013, Kirkwood Public Library was awarded a grant of $7,099 from the Missouri State Library to replace our servers (both staff and public servers).  The new servers run more efficiently, allowing us to better serve our patrons.IMLS_Logo_2c

This project is supported by the Institution of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.

Visit our computer lab for access to Mac computers, Adobe Creative Suite 6, DVD duplication, and large format printing (inquire with staff for pricing and availability).  Also be sure to check out our schedule of computer classes and Drop-In IT Help times.

 

Nick O'NealNick O’Neal is Director of Circulation, Technology and Teen Services at the Kirkwood Public Library.  He is currently reading Mirage by Clive Cussler and The Walking Dead Book 9Visit the Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Ave or call at 821-5770.   Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


 

Nicholas O'Neal

Written by Nicholas O'Neal

Nick O’Neal is Director of Circulation, Technology and Teen Services at the Kirkwood Public Library. Visit KPL at 140 E. Jefferson Avenue, or call 314-821-5770.

Website: http://www.kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org