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The type and scope of computer systems that may be used can vary depending on local base decisions and technological developments. Provide an intrusion detection alarm system and 120 volt wall clocks in all functional areas. Provide for wall-mounted public telephones. Consider providing a telephone equipment room inside the building, separate from the mechanical room, depending on local base practices concerning access to mechanical rooms. 5 Fire Protection and Life Safety. Occupancy for libraries is classified Assembly by NFPA 101 definition.

Include computer network connections with Internet access, electrical outlets, and a telephone line at each workstation. Consider the need for a shared work table where materials and equipment may be spread out and reconfigured to suit each task. Provide adequate storage space for materials and equipment that is convenient to the work table. © J. 4 Cataloging. Provide a desk, chair, file cabinets, shelving, storage space for carts, and over-sized work surfaces or counter space for equipment and materials.

Consider providing some computer stations near the lounge or coffee cafe, if utilized, for a casual, cyber café atmosphere. 5 CHILDREN’S AREAS. Requirements for children’s areas will dependent on population. Typical areas include general and special collections, reading/story/activity areas, and a computer area. Utilize child-scaled furnishings and equipment with attractive materials, colors, and graphics. Furniture, decorations, toys, and displays may also be used to reinforce the themed environment of the children’s areas.

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