What was once a luxury is now a necessity. These days, every college student needs a computer of their own. With a computer, students can read files, communicate with professors and classmates, and work on papers without having to go to a library or computer lab.
It might still be warm outside, but as the calendar turns to Labor Day, many children are gearing up for the new school year, and parents are busy stocking up on back-to-school supplies.
Take a moment and think about just how many kids, parents, homeless people and other use the monitors at your library. All sorts of people from different walks of life put their hands on these screens. When monitors used by the general public are not protected by any sort of protective barrier, their surface gets covered with germs, bacteria and other nasty particles. Continue reading Are Library Touch Screens Germs and Bacteria on Monitors Putting Your Family at Risk?