Falvey Memorial Library recently added two portable power packs to the list of equipment items available for patron use. The power packs can be checked out at the service desk on the Library’s first floor for a three-hour loan. The packs are able to charge an item for up to two hours. Each pack has three USB ports and one USB-C port. Each pack also has one USB to USB-C cable and one USB-C to USB-C cable included.
“Access Services decided to add the power packs to our collection as part of a broader effort to revamp and expand the tech resources available to students at the service desk,” said Nicole Daly, Social Science Librarian, and former Access and Collections Coordinator.
“We wanted to make sure we were anticipating the needs of our students, and throughout the fall and spring semesters students were asking about charging stations. To meet that need we decided to add a selection of the most popular device chargers. We also added power banks so that students weren’t restricted to study spots near a power outlet. Adding these power banks offers students the ability to move around and find the perfect study spot, which is especially important during midterms and finals when study space is a hot commodity.”
In addition to power packs, Falvey Memorial Library maintains a variety of technology equipment for the use of our patrons, including laptops, calculators, headphones, and personal DVD players. Equipment is available for Villanova University students, faculty, and staff on a first-come, first-served basis. View a full listing of equipment loans and borrowing policies here. Courtesy patrons are also eligible to check out items on an hourly basis. For additional information on courtesy memberships and borrowing policies click here. Please visit the service desk on Falvey’s first floor to check out equipment.
Questions? Stop by the service desk Monday—Thursday; 9 a.m.—7 p.m. Email: email@example.com. Phone: 610-519-4270.
Kallie Stahl ’17 MA is Communication and Marketing Specialist at Falvey Memorial Library.
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