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Library of Things

The ‘Delaware Library of Things’ is a collection of fun and useful gadgets, tools, games, and equipment you can check out with your Delaware Library Card

AASL Commends the Delaware Library Association

CHICAGO – Acting upon a resolution submitted by the Delaware Association of School Librarians (DASL) the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) formally commends  Delaware Library Association (DLA). 


Read digital copies of magazines on your computer, smartphone, or tablet using your library card! 

University Archives at Delaware State University

Are you looking for archival material from the state of Delaware? The Delaware State University Library can help! 

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Governor John Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney Celebrate Groundbreaking for New Harrington Public Library

HARRINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney today joined State Librarian, Dr. Annie Norman, Harrington Public Library Director, Marleena Scott, and elected officials for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the new Harrington Public Library.

Energize Delaware giving grants to All Public Libraries to go solar

Public Libraries are being given an opportunity to go solar.

Delaware Libraries Broadening Horizons with More Telehealth Kiosks

DELAWARE- State libraries are expanding how they serve their communities.

New Castle, Delaware Community History and Archaeology Program (

Are you interested in archaeology and history within Delaware? If this interests, you, listed below is information about the history and archaeology of New Castle, Delaware.


Libraries across the state are bolstering their community resources

13 libraries across the state have bolstered their community resources with the addition of telehealth kiosks.

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