WORCESTER, Mass. - The Worcester Public Library is encouraging people to use its new services after its multi-million dollar renovation.

The library unveiled the $13 million in improvements last month. They include a new entrance, a new children's center, an innovation center, and improvements to the teen space.

Executive Director Jason Homer said as students head back to school, they're encouraged to use all of the services they offer.

"You know, obviously our understanding of information has changed so fundamentally in the last few decades with the adding and the promotion of the internet. So these are just are just ways to access information and we're just super excited to take people through," Homer said. "That's why we have this digital studio, innovation center - we know that we're going to much more than just house books and we're excited to do it."

The library is also celebrating library card sign-up month by giving away a $100 Crompton Collective gift card.