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  Category: Delaware Libraries


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 […]




Libraries a Home for STEM in Delaware

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Thanks Delaware STEM for featuring an Op-Ed by State Librarian Dr. Annie Norman. “Delaware Libraries juggle, proudly, to support all possible learning opportunities for our communities. Libraries have evolved over the past 115 years, and in turn, we support Delawareans in learning – and renewal – throughout life.”




State Librarian, Dr. Annie Norman, Featured in WilmU Magazine

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Friday, July 1, 2016

Wilmington University recently featured State Librarian, Dr. Annie Norman, in the summer issue of WilmU Magazine. The Introvert Steps Out




A Book That Shaped Me: Summer Essay Contest

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The Library of Congress launched its annual summer essay contest, in conjunction with public libraries in the Mid-Atlantic region, to encourage rising 5th- and 6th-grade students to reflect on books that have made a personal impact on their lives. The 5th annual “A Book That Shaped Me” contest is running now in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, […]







  Category: Delaware Libraries


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 […]




Libraries a Home for STEM in Delaware

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Thanks Delaware STEM for featuring an Op-Ed by State Librarian Dr. Annie Norman. “Delaware Libraries juggle, proudly, to support all possible learning opportunities for our communities. Libraries have evolved over the past 115 years, and in turn, we support Delawareans in learning – and renewal – throughout life.”




State Librarian, Dr. Annie Norman, Featured in WilmU Magazine

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Friday, July 1, 2016

Wilmington University recently featured State Librarian, Dr. Annie Norman, in the summer issue of WilmU Magazine. The Introvert Steps Out




A Book That Shaped Me: Summer Essay Contest

Delaware Libraries | Department of State | Date Posted: Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The Library of Congress launched its annual summer essay contest, in conjunction with public libraries in the Mid-Atlantic region, to encourage rising 5th- and 6th-grade students to reflect on books that have made a personal impact on their lives. The 5th annual “A Book That Shaped Me” contest is running now in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, […]