Port Shepstone Library self-help information kiosk will assist students

Aphiwe Mbolekwa from Merlewood Secondary and Monica Kitt from Suid-Natal High find the educational information useful.

EVERYONE is invited to check out the new self-help information kiosk which was launched at Port Shepstone Library last Thursday.

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This kiosk provides access to the following information available, at the simple touch of the screen: All government tenders, government jobs, educational/study information such as past exam papers for all grades and university information.

Librarian, Simangele Mbolekwa of Port Shepstone Library shows Vusi Ndlovu of Nkonka High School how to use the new information kiosk.

More information will soon be loaded onto the system, including municipal news, and business and tourism information. Users can either print the information,  save it on their USBs or email it to themselves. A printing fee only will be charged.

One doesn’t need to be a member of the library to use the kiosk and this service is  free of charge.

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“The use of these interactive kiosks by educational institutions is on the rise and for good reason, too, as they provide unparalleled access to information as well as a means for the pupils to obtain past examination papers,” said senior librarian, Susan Roos.

Ivan Naidoo from the South Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The Port Shepstone Library also offers free eBook services.

For more information on the kiosk contact the library at 039 6882061.

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