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TechSoup Product Donations That Our Library Members Like Best

From time to time, we like to check to see what product donations public libraries particularly like among the more than 400 offerings on TechSoup. We thought you might like to know what your colleagues are interested in.

Hidden Gems for Libraries

 

From reading programs to language dictionaries, these products are especially popular among our library members. There might be something on this list you haven't yet considered for your library!

2015's Top 10 Products at TechSoup

This post originally appeared on the TechSoup blog. Did your library request any of these products this year? Tell us what you got and how you used it in the comments!

Cheerleaders and fans at a high school pep rally

It's time! You've been waiting all fiscal year to find out what the top 10 TechSoup products are for 2015. Are you on #TeamMicrosoft or #TeamSymantec? Get your final bets in now.

Donated Technology Helps Libraries Save Money and Time

$19 Million Saved with TechSoup for Libraries

Yes, you read that correctly: The donation and discount programs through TechSoup for Libraries saved public libraries a total of $19 million in 2014. That's a lot of e-readers, tech instructors, resume reviewers, new hires, flyers, 3D printers … and so on.

Stock Up on Symantec in TechSoup Limited

Norton AntiVirus 2011 was PCMag.com's Editors' Choice for antivirus. Now you can get the 2011 versions of both Norton AntiVirus and Norton Internet Security in TechSoup Limited.

Disk Cloning, Revisited

Note: This post was updated on September 23, 2010 to correct factual errors concerning Symantec's disk imaging products.

We wrote about disk cloning (a.k.a. disk imaging) in our third Cookbook, but it's such a useful tool for libraries that it's worth revisiting the topic and sharing new developments in the field.

Disk Cloning, Revisited

Note: This post was updated on September 23, 2010 to correct factual errors concerning Symantec's disk imaging products.

We wrote about disk cloning (a.k.a. disk imaging) in our third Cookbook, but it's such a useful tool for libraries that it's worth revisiting the topic and sharing new developments in the field.