Moody Library information kiosk with county extension info

By | July 10, 2015

Moody Library information kiosk

Video news story from news station on information kiosk at the public library and how useful it has been to the general public, especially those without decent (or any) internet connection.  Information terminals for the “underserved” or “underconnected” population much like the unbanked.

Information Kiosk

A new part of the Moody Library is the first of its kind in the state.



A new part of the Moody Library is the first of its kind in the state.

A free standing kiosk is designed to put everything you need to know about the county extension in one easy-to-access place.

“We went to topics and then we went to these titles and resources and we just looked at stuff that looked interesting,” 13-year-old Lindsey Richardson said about the new kiosk.

The fact that she is even looking at the kiosk is exactly what extension coordinator Lee Ann Clark had in mind.

“I run into people every day that they have no clue what extension is and that bothers me and so I am always thinking of ways that I can get the word out about what all we have to offer,” Clark said.

At the kiosk, you have access to the hundreds of programs available to you and funded through Alabama A&M and Auburn University.

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