County libraries offer new My Librarian service at all branches
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 12:28
 by Nicole Rodman

    The library is not just for checking out books anymore.
    Today’s libraries do lend books (both paper and electronic varieties), but they also offer Internet access, community programs and more.
    Now, Baltimore County Public Library (BCPL) is offering one-on-one, in-person assistance to patrons through the new My Librarian program.
    My Librarian allows patrons to schedule hour-long appointments with librarians at any of the system’s 19 branches.
    During an appointment, a librarian meets one-on-one with a patron. Librarians can assist patrons with downloading media, conducting job searches, building résumés or conducting database or geneology research.
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