Sequoyah Regional Library System users can now borrow a Google Chromebook with their library card to use at home, for school, or in the office.

Individuals, students, and families may check out a library Chromebook to browse the internet, catch up on homework, or work on projects wherever and whenever, at no cost. Google Chromebooks must be checked out by a library card holder aged 18 or older. This program is partially assisted with funds from the Library Services and Technology Act through the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Google Chromebooks are part of the Sequoyah Regional Library System’s Library of Things, a collection of non-traditional library items which provide diverse opportunities for community learning and engagement. To borrow a Chromebook, visit the front service desk of any SRLS location with a valid library card. All Sequoyah Regional Library System locations offer free Wi-Fi inside their libraries and outside in their parking lots.

The library system serves Cherokee, Gilmer and Pickens counties. For more information, visit

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