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The Juneau Public Libraries, at all three libraries, are now video conferencing enabled. You may have noticed the 60-inch video monitors on the walls in our meeting rooms. This equipment, as well as new public computers and increased internet bandwidth for all our libraries, comes at no cost to Juneau Public Library as part of the statewide broadband and technology grant called the Alaska OWL Project. The video conferencing network has the ability to connect public libraries across the state as well as educational and cultural organizations around the world. The monitors can also be connected to laptops for in-room presentation support. Host your next conference or speaker in a virtual setting at one of our locations. For more information call 586-0442.
Videoconferencing at Juneau Public Libraries 053012 AE 1 Capital City Weekly The Juneau Public Libraries, at all three libraries, are now video conferencing enabled. You may have noticed the 60-inch video monitors on the walls in our meeting rooms. This equipment, as well as new public computers and increased internet bandwidth for all our libraries, comes at no cost to Juneau Public Library as part of the statewide broadband and technology grant called the Alaska OWL Project. The video conferencing network has the ability to connect public libraries across the state as well as educational and cultural organizations around the world. The monitors can also be connected to laptops for in-room presentation support. Host your next conference or speaker in a virtual setting at one of our locations. For more information call 586-0442.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Story last updated at 5/30/2012 - 12:56 pm

Videoconferencing at Juneau Public Libraries

The Juneau Public Libraries, at all three libraries, are now video conferencing enabled. You may have noticed the 60-inch video monitors on the walls in our meeting rooms. This equipment, as well as new public computers and increased internet bandwidth for all our libraries, comes at no cost to Juneau Public Library as part of the statewide broadband and technology grant called the Alaska OWL Project. The video conferencing network has the ability to connect public libraries across the state as well as educational and cultural organizations around the world. The monitors can also be connected to laptops for in-room presentation support. Host your next conference or speaker in a virtual setting at one of our locations. For more information call 586-0442.

The next opportunity to see the new service in action:

Library OWL Launch Event: Satellites-Seeing the World in a Whole New Way, 6 p.m. May 30 at the Downtown Library.


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