Guernsey set to unveil Internet and printing upgrade

NORWICH – Guernsey Memorial Library has begun implementing new software which will allow visitors to reserve computer time more efficiently, and streamline its printing process, with a tentative start date of April 12.



PC Reservation and Print Management, by Envisionware, provides automated computer sign up and access utilizing a walk-up reservation station, thereby freeing up library staff for other duties at the front desk, according to Guernsey Memorial Library Director Sarah Wiggins.

Wiggins reported that she had experienced using the software from previous employment and that other libraries, several in Broome County and the Sidney Memorial Public Library, had successfully made the changeover with positive results.

“It’s extremely important for our Internet users to know that they will need their library card to sign on,” said Wiggins, who added that any past fines must be cleared up first and that the staff would make “no exceptions for those who forgot their card.”


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