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bibliotheca Rolls Out New Products to Help Libraries Monitor Their Physical Spaces

bibliotheca launched open+ count and open+ reserve, “solutions designed to help libraries monitor and control building occupancy and alleviate user anxiety, while ensuring access to critical library materials and services.” open+ count “uses anonymous people-counting technology to monitor library occupancy and alert visitors to current library conditions via large display screens. open+ reserve allows users to book specific appointment times from their smartphone or computer, guaranteeing they will be able to visit the library at the time they have chosen.”

In addition to the open+ solutions, bibliotheca “released a new Cirrus reader for [its] cloudLibrary digital platform. The new reader is the first outside of Amazon to offer a scroll reading option in addition to the traditional swipe/page turn. Cirrus allows readers to customize reading preferences such as spacing, night mode, and margin size. Six font options are available—including Open Dyslexic and Large Font for the visually impaired. The horizontal view offers a two-page spread perfect for children’s books while providing support for interactive read-aloud content.”

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