Princeton Library now lending iPad2

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iprinceton.JPGPrinceton University Libraries will begin lending iPads on Monday April 2, 2012. Firestone, Lewis, and the Engineering library each have three iPads available for a two week loan period.

Each iPad comes pre-loaded with tons of apps and over 100 kindle e-books selected by Princeton librarians. For more information about iPads at the library visit http://libguides.princeton.edu/iPad

You can check to see if an iPad is available by clicking here or by searching in the catalog for iPad2. Holds can be placed on checked out iPads.

To check out an iPad, you need a current PU ID card and a completed iPad Lending Agreement form. Lending Agreement forms are available at the circulation desk or at http://libguides.princeton.edu/iPad. Princeton Library iPads are not available to visitors.

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