May 7, 2020
(Patron Point) Patron Point announced that Douglas County Libraries (CO) has selected its patron relationship management system to help drive the library’s patron engagement and web marketing efforts. Of particular interest to the library was Patron Point’s ability to maintain a consistent brand across its marketing communications while being able to highlight the various activities and unique features of its seven locations.
May 28, 2015
(Zepheira) Zepheira is convening the Libhub Initiative’s Early Adopter Summit today at Denver Public Library in Denver, Colorado, to celebrate the vision, commitment and contributions of 12 pioneering libraries from the US and Canada. These 12 institutions have completed training in the details of BIBFRAME, Linked Data, and a host of concrete steps libraries can take to establish greater visibility on the Web.
June 24, 2013
(Odilo) OdiloTID, the leading eBook system provider for libraries in Spain and Latin America, is partnering with the library and publisher community to facilitate the adoption of the concepts of the "DCL Model" developed by the Douglas County Libraries, CO. We enable libraries to directly negotiate with publishers and reduce their cost of acquisition of digital content by a third. We provide integration with all major Integrated Library Management Systems through the use of Robust APIs to create a user friendly interface for patrons.
March 15, 2011
(Colorado Independent Publishers Association) The Colorado Independent Publishers Association announce a partnership with two Colorado libraries: the Red Rocks Community College Library and the Douglas County Libraries. These libraries will not only offer eBooks from CIPA’s authors for checkout through their library catalogs, but will also allow click-through purchases of these titles.
June 12, 2007
(The Library Corporation) Three libraries of Douglas County Libraries, an eight-branch library system in Colorado, have selected Tech Logic's Automated Material Handling systems.
May 09, 2007
(The Library Corporation) April marked the addition of 11 libraries to the list of over 100 U.S. libraries that have chosen AquaBrowser, the visual, faceted search that connects to any data source.