Board trustees are accepting of the Friends of the Woodstock Library’s plans to upgrade and modernize the children’s room, though some expressed concern they were left out of the loop.
As part of the program, the Friends purchased interactive computers and tablets that will be loaded with educational games and programs. A desktop computer will be installed for children ages 5 through 9 while tablets will be for ages 9 through 12. None of the devices will be connected to the Internet. “We thought it would be another way of engagement,” said Friends Vice President Michael Hunt.
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