+Group study rooms
I think some group study rooms would benefit the patrons of the library by providing separate sound proof rooms for small groups to meet in. This would provide an area where groups can meet to discuss whatever project they are working on and also give other users of the library the quiet they desire. One area of the library can have a bank of rooms which are reserved similar to the public use computers, for a certain time frame. One member of the group surrenders their library card as the rental fee then at the end of their time, a librarian checks the room for damages or missing items then gives back the card to the patron. Any missing items or damages must be paid before card is returned. Perfect for meetings of small community groups such as girl scounts working on something and for school age children assigned to a group project requiring research of the library or maybe tutoring sessions for home schooled children. Maybe one of the rooms can be outfitted with a projector that a laptop can be connected to for work on a power point project that the group is working on.