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Hotspot kits : [Geneva Public Library]

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Equipment, games, toys
For use by valid Geneva Public Library library card holders only. Kit must be checked out from and returned to the Geneva Public Library (Geneva, NY).
A Wi-Fi hotspot is a device that allows you to connect your mobile enabled devices (e.g. laptop, smartphones, tablets, etc.) to the Internet via cellular data usage. The hotspot is portable so you can connect your device almost wherever you go (for example: home, on the bus, in the park, etc.).

Available copies

  • 0 of 23 copies available at OWWL. (Show)
  • 0 of 23 copies available at Geneva Public Library.

Current holds

4 current holds with 23 total copies.
Location Call Number /
Shelving Location
Barcode Status /
Due Date
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #01 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960165
Checked out
11/05/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #02 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960173
Checked out
11/06/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #04 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960058
On holds shelf
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Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #05 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960066
Checked out
11/05/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #06 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960074
Checked out
11/02/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #08 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960090
Checked out
09/30/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #09 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960108
Checked out
09/30/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #10 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960116
Checked out
10/29/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #11 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960124
Checked out
11/05/2020
Geneva Public Library HOTSPOT KIT #13 (Text)
Second Floor Reference
52118300960207
Checked out
11/13/2020
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