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Liberty Public Schools



The library at Liberty High School offers its computers and other resources to district residents.
No computer? No problem, if you live in the Liberty School District.
Two nights a week, district patrons are welcome to use the machines in the Liberty High School library to send some e-mail, surf the Internet, or write the Great American Web Page.
The computers are available to any resident of the Liberty School District from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday at the school, 200 Blue Jay Drive.
"This is such a resource that we wanted to share it with the community," said Carroll Makemson, the district's coordinator of media and technology. "If we have a smarter, more technologically literate community, the better our community will be."
Liberty has offered the service for about a year, Makemson said. Word has spread slowly and officials hope greater numbers of patrons will begin to take advantage.
The library has 30 computers with a Windows operating system and 25 with a Macintosh operating system. Librarians are on hand to help novices learn the basics of using the computers and the Internet.
Besides getting access to the Internet, patrons can take advantage of the library for non-cyberspace needs, such as using encyclopedias, periodicals and other reference resources, Makemson said.
Students can also use the extended library hours to conduct research or complete their assignments.

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