• Library System Launches New Brand and Offers Limitless Possibilities

    January 18, 2011

    HARRISBURG, Pa.—  Dauphin County Library System launched its new Brand today. Community Relations Director, Karen Cullings, described it as “ the beginning of a new era in public library service.” The Library, as the system will now be known, has unveiled its new look and logo which will be seen on a completely redesigned website and many other places throughout the library system. But there’s much more to the new library than a new logo. The Library revealed many new quick service options such as Self-Checkout at 2 of its libraries, 24/7 Telephone Renewal, online meeting room reservations and online library card registration at dcls.org.

    As The Library continues to stay current with the electronic age, one of the most exciting new services available is the ability to download best selling digital titles to play on PCs, MP3 players or PDAs or read on electronic reading devices like the Barnes & Noble Nook and other platforms. With a valid library card and PIN users can browse and search over 1200 great titles and download them to a computer, transfer them to a portable device, or burn them onto a CD.

    For library users, now is the perfect time to rediscover public library service. Explore the limitless possibilities at The Library and reconnect with old favorites by visiting your local library or the new website at dcls.org.

    Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.


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