OverDrive, Durham County Library’s ebook and e-audiobook provider, has announced a new version of OverDrive Media Console (OMC) for Windows computers. Both the classic desktop version of OMC for Windows and the Windows 8 app have been updated to provide a better user experience and improved performance. OMC 3.3 for Windows (the classic desktop version) […]
1/27 3:00 p.m. UPDATE Some users are reporting that the catalog layout does not look right after the upgrade (the search bar is too low and covering other content, the DCL logo is way off to the left, etc.). If you are having this problem, please clear your browser’s cache. Here are links to instructions […]
Due to the inclement weather, Durham County Library will close at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 21. A decision about a possible delayed opening on Wednesday will be made in the morning. Please check the Durham County Library website or call 919-560-0169 for updates.
December and January typically show a surge in our ebook checkout statistics as people receive new tablets, phones or e-readers for the holidays and get themselves setup with our ebook lending service OverDrive. We have selected thousands of fiction and nonfiction ebooks and e-audiobooks for you to checkout, download and read on your portable device […]
The Stanford L. Warren Branch of Durham County Library will be closed Friday and Saturday, December 13 and 14, for building repairs. The library will reopen on Monday, December 16, with regular hours.
The Friends of the Durham Library are in need of book donations for the holiday season. “We’re sort of the victims of our own success,” said Jane Goodridge, book sale chair. “We did very well with the Fall Book Sale, and our ongoing satellite sales within the libraries are going so well that we’re actually […]
Durham County Library’s North Carolina Collection seeks out and makes available materials that no other institution in the world has. The collection has many, many items and saves and preserves materials donated by local individuals and organizations. These materials usually take the form of photographs or papers of individuals and organizations. All kinds of people […]
UPDATE 11/11 5:00 p.m.: Repairs will be made overnight and all should be back to normal before the library opens on Tuesday. We’ll update post again if needed. ——————– UPDATE 11/11 12:00 noon: All library locations are now affected by intermittent outages. No ETA yet on when the problems will be resolved. ——————– UPDATE 11/9 […]
The Friends of the Durham Library were excited to host the 2013 Friends of the North Carolina Public Libraries (FNCPL) Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon. Held at Main Library on Saturday, October 26, the FNCPL Annual Meeting brought together Friends from across North Carolina to share ideas about all aspects the organization. A highlight of […]
Teens, this one’s just for you!! Come out to South Regional Library every Tuesday afternoon this fall for Hip-Hop Dance for Teens — a weekly dance class for teens that will explore modern, contemporary, and hip-hop styles. Students will be dancing to music from current pop, hip-hop and R&B hits. Registration required and signed permission […]