Some benefits Huseman feels the computers will give the students deal with faster research access, less research time, and an increased number of student access. She also feels the new computers will provide alternative or additional research access to labs and the capability for students to complete assignments with curriculum software. Huseman also believes the new computers will allow students to create multimedia reports and speeches on them.
"The library is a very active place and the new computers will really help with efficiency as well as helping students with geography and current affair issues," Galvin said.
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