Douglas County Libraries is fortunate to be approached by many local authors who would like to share their work with library patrons through presentations and signing events. DCL is a passionate advocate for literacy and lifelong learning, and supports local authors in their efforts.
Douglas County Libraries volunteers honored
Douglas County Libraries blazes a trail to get e-content to patrons
There is a growing demand for e-books across Douglas County and across our state. In Colorado, e-books account for about three to seven percent of total circulation, but demand is growing rapidly. At Douglas County Libraries (DCL), they account for 3.7% of total circulation. By 2015, 10% of total library circulation may be in the form of e-books, eAudio, music and movies.
A New Face on an Old Friend:
Douglas County Libraries Unveils New Brand Identity
Douglas County Libraries has adopted a new brand identity to reflect its role as an innovative leader among libraries, and its mission to advocate for literacy and lifelong exploration and discovery.
The new brand identity includes a new logo for the library district, which will be introduced to the public over a 12-month period beginning August 1.