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New Site Makes Formation Easier for Small Businesses

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | International Trade and Development | News | Date Posted: Monday, October 17, 2016

Partnership with Delaware Libraries Makes Corporate Filings Faster and More Accessible Wilmington, DE – Joined by Delaware entrepreneurs and small business owners, Gov. Jack Markell today launched a new web portal to deliver online business formation and related services in support of in-state businesses. Global Delaware, the Division of Corporations, the Division of Libraries, and […]




Launch of Plazas Comunitarias at the Bear Library

Delaware Libraries | Date Posted: Friday, September 30, 2016

What: Launch of Plazas Comunitarias at the Bear Library Plazas Comunitarias is a program for Spanish speaking adults in Delaware to complete Elementary education courses in Spanish online. The program first originated through a memorandum of understanding on education established between the Mexican and U.S. governments in 1990, aimed at raising the living standards of […]




Delaware Youth Wins Top Prize in Library of Congress Contest

Delaware Libraries | Date Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Library of Congress recently announced the winners of its “A Book That Shaped Me” Summer Writing Contest, a program that asks rising fifth- and sixth-graders to reflect on a book that has made a personal impact in their lives. A Brandywine Hundred Library patron, Rachel Smookler, was the 1st Place Grand Prize & Delaware […]




Delaware School Libraries Council Releases Delaware School Libraries Master Plan

Delaware Libraries | Department of Education | Department of State | Date Posted: Monday, September 12, 2016

(Dover, DE) – The Delaware School Libraries Council is pleased to announce the release of the Delaware School Libraries Master Plan: Quality School Libraries = Higher Student Achievement which contains recommendations to develop quality state-of-the-art school libraries. The 18 month-long comprehensive planning effort was funded by the Delaware Department of State and supported by the Delaware Department […]




Unleash Your Potential with Delaware Libraries!

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Thursday, September 1, 2016

Many of us track our steps, our weight, and our sleep – How many of us also track our learning? Throughout history, innovators have written notes and drawn sketches to track and build upon their ideas and experiments. Delaware libraries want to help adults and children unleash their genius by making it easy to track […]







  Category: Delaware Libraries


New Site Makes Formation Easier for Small Businesses

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | International Trade and Development | News | Date Posted: Monday, October 17, 2016

Partnership with Delaware Libraries Makes Corporate Filings Faster and More Accessible Wilmington, DE – Joined by Delaware entrepreneurs and small business owners, Gov. Jack Markell today launched a new web portal to deliver online business formation and related services in support of in-state businesses. Global Delaware, the Division of Corporations, the Division of Libraries, and […]




Launch of Plazas Comunitarias at the Bear Library

Delaware Libraries | Date Posted: Friday, September 30, 2016

What: Launch of Plazas Comunitarias at the Bear Library Plazas Comunitarias is a program for Spanish speaking adults in Delaware to complete Elementary education courses in Spanish online. The program first originated through a memorandum of understanding on education established between the Mexican and U.S. governments in 1990, aimed at raising the living standards of […]




Delaware Youth Wins Top Prize in Library of Congress Contest

Delaware Libraries | Date Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Library of Congress recently announced the winners of its “A Book That Shaped Me” Summer Writing Contest, a program that asks rising fifth- and sixth-graders to reflect on a book that has made a personal impact in their lives. A Brandywine Hundred Library patron, Rachel Smookler, was the 1st Place Grand Prize & Delaware […]




Delaware School Libraries Council Releases Delaware School Libraries Master Plan

Delaware Libraries | Department of Education | Department of State | Date Posted: Monday, September 12, 2016

(Dover, DE) – The Delaware School Libraries Council is pleased to announce the release of the Delaware School Libraries Master Plan: Quality School Libraries = Higher Student Achievement which contains recommendations to develop quality state-of-the-art school libraries. The 18 month-long comprehensive planning effort was funded by the Delaware Department of State and supported by the Delaware Department […]




Unleash Your Potential with Delaware Libraries!

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Thursday, September 1, 2016

Many of us track our steps, our weight, and our sleep – How many of us also track our learning? Throughout history, innovators have written notes and drawn sketches to track and build upon their ideas and experiments. Delaware libraries want to help adults and children unleash their genius by making it easy to track […]