SGA asks students for input on library technology
February 19, 2017
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Members of SGA stood outside the café to collect students’ opinions on what technology the library should add.
The university has already incorporated more technology such as SMART Boards in rooms.
SGA collected answers from all types of students to see what would make the library a better place to study.
Students gave ideas such as: better Wi-Fi, better cell phone service, color printer, CNSB computer lab, refillable water bottle fountains, tablets and a 24- hour library business time.
SGA will vote on which policies to bring to President Nick Bruno to get approved for fall 2017.