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April 9, 2012

Folashade Okunubi as honorary 1st iPad 2 check-out enjoying the iPad at the Roger Sorrells Engineering and Science Library

 

Guide for use of loaner iPad

About the...

iPad Lending to You program
at Sorrells Engineering & Science Library
 Number of devices in loaner program:
 10 iPad 2s and 10 third generation iPads
 
1 VGA adaptor also for loan from Sorrells 

 
 

Questions/Issues? 

UL-ipad-lendingtoyou@andrew.cmu.edu

      
     

    How can I obtain an iPad?


    Welcome to Fall
    2014!  
    Carnegie Mellon Faculty, Staff, and Students are eligible to check-out an iPad.
    19 iPads are each available for a 7 day loan from the Roger Sorrells Engineering & Science Library.
     
    The iPads can be checked-out via the Roger Sorrells Engineering & Science Library's Circulation & Reserves desk.
     
    Oh no! The iPads are all checked out!
    An additional in-Library use only iPad 2 is also available for 2 hours use in the Roger Sorrells Engineering & Science Library. 
    Check Hunt Library for more iPads.
     

    Testimonials

    What do you like about the iPad?
     Apps? Other tablets?  We'll quote you here...send a comment.

     

    A VERY SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    Thank you to the Berkman Faculty Development Committee for providing the funding to purchase the iPad 2s. 

    Grateful appreciation is given to the Berkman's:  Their generosity has made the iPad 2 Lending to You program possible.

    Additional support provided by Carnegie Mellon University Libraries with a contribution of 10 iPads (3rd generation).  These additional devices have enabled more users to check-out iPads beginning with the Spring 2013 semester.

    iPad startup explained

    Poster presented at Special Libraries Association (SLA) annual conference, San Diego, CA, June 10, 2013:

    Move Over E-Readers Here Come the Tablets

     

    Task Force

    iPad 2 Lending to You pilot program Sorrells Task Force members:

       Project Leader
       Engineering Librarian
       Reserves & Evening Assistant
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