Richmond Public Library
The Richmond Public Library was founded in the early 20th century. Today it serves Richmond, Virginia and bordering communities in nine library locations. The main library location offers a comprehensive law collection, along with free classes in legal research and community law, plus access to online legal forms and search tools. In addition to books, e-books, recorded books and DVDs, all Richmond Public Library locations offer programs and classes, meeting room use, free wireless Internet access, and public use computers.
The initial pilot test of Morphic will be at the Broad Rock branch, located in an area with a historically diverse population (including a large concentration of non-English speakers). There are two bilingual staff and a collection of books in Spanish for adults and children, plus English-language programs for adults. Extensive children's programs include after-school "Homework Help/Reading Buddies."
The Broad Rock branch has 25 computers, used by patrons for school and personal work, job searches, content creation, information searches, etc. Morphic will be installed on all of these computers.
Send an email to RPL@morphic.world.
This email address should be used by staff and patrons who are participating in the pilot test, including those who are trying Morphic for the first time. The pilot team is eager to hear what you think about Morphic, the information provided on this website, or your participation in the pilot test. Your specific questions, suggestions, and other helpful comments related to Morphic's current or future capabilities can make a difference in further development of Morphic.
Your communications will be kept confidential and addressed on a high-priority basis.
Morphic Release 1.1 will be installed in April 2019 on all computers available for use by library patrons.