The Greenwood County Library is currently in the midst of a month long campaign called Check It Out! to gather input from across the county to ensure that the Library’s services are aligned with the community’s needs.
“We certainly want to hear from all of our friends and patrons, but we are also eager to hear from citizens who are not currently using our facilities and services so we can find out why,” said library director Prudence Taylor. “It’s important to us to understand what’s important to our constituents, and to get a sense of how well we’re performing. We also suspect that people who haven’t used our libraries in a while will be amazed at the vast array of services we currently offer, especially the number and sophistication of our digital resources.”
The Greenwood County Library System is headquartered in the new domed facility at600 South Main Street,Greenwood, constructed in 2010.
“In addition to having an airy, spacious setting for many more books, we now have computer labs, conference rooms and even an auditorium that is available at no charge to groups and individuals based in Greenwood County,” noted Taylor. “To make sure that the whole county has access to our services, we have the original mobile reader app - the Bookmobile plus branches in Ninety Six, at 118 Cambridge St., and in Ware Shoals, at 54 South Greenwood Ave.”
The survey is part of the library’s strategic planning process and all Greenwood County residents are invited to participate. To provide feedback, visit www.GreenwoodCountyLibrary.org and click on the Library Survey button on the left side of the page, directly below the logo. A printed copy of the survey can be obtained at all three library branches. The deadline for completing the survey is Monday, Feb. 25, 2013.