Walk in to any library, and one can find the ubiquitous computer work station. For some members of the public, computers in a public library can be he only access to the internet they have. Libraries also have online catalogues and circulation services where patrons can brows library collections, reserve, and renew materials. Some libraries even have digital material, such as audio books, that patrons can download and listen to on their MP3 players.
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