Borrow an iPad for 7 Days

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Curious about the Apple iPad?     Would you like to explore its use as an education tool?

 Come to your Campus Library…

Full-time FDU Faculty & Staff may Borrow an iPad for 7 days.


Each campus library has two iPads that may be borrowed for use outside of the library and can be used to browse the Internet, do research, read e-books, create content, stream videos and music, take notes, access Webcampus, and much, much more. The iPads are part of the libraries’ growing technology lending program which also includes laptops for use in the library, and a selection of Amazon Kindles, Sony eReaders and iPod Touches that may also be borrowed by FDU students, faculty, and staff for up to one week.

Please stop by the circulation desk at the College at Florham Library or the Giovatto Library to sign out the devices. A valid FDU library account in good standing is required for loan of these devices.

For library hours, please visit the FDU Library website at

For more information about this program, contact the Systems Librarian, Denise O’Shea, at

In the Company of Angels Available on the Kindle

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The College at Florham Library is pleased to announce that it has added “In the Company of Angels” by FDU faculty member Thomas E. Kennedy to its collection of Kindles and iPads available in the library. Students and faculty may borrow Kindles for 1 week, with a 1 week renewal period. iPads may currently be used only within the library.


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FDU Libraries Double the Number of iPads Available

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The 2 main campus libraries — the College at Florham Library and the Giovatto Library — have recently doubled the number of iPads available. FDU students, faculty and staff may borrow the iPads for up to 2 hours for use within the library. These devices may be used to surf the Internet, stream media, and to access dozens of iPad apps, ranging from eBook readers such as the Kindle and iBooks, to games, productivity, academic and social media applications.

Please contact your campus library for more information about our technology lending program and to check on the availability of iPads, iPods, Kindles, laptops and Sony Readers.

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