If you’re looking for a way to improve your library and engage with your community, then look no further than Dover Public Library (DPL). DPL is a unique model that helps libraries create sustainable ways to grow their collections and serve the needs of their communities. This blog will explain what DPL is, how it works, and why it’s right for you!
What is Dover Public Library?
Dover is a cloud-based library management system that helps libraries manage their collections, patrons, staff and finances. It also provides tools for community engagement. It’s used in libraries worldwide to streamline operations, increase operational efficiency and provide better service to their users.
What are some of the features of Dover?
Dover is a platform that allows you to create a personal website, blog, portfolio, store, and social media account.
It’s easy to get started with Dover—you can create your website in under 10 minutes!
How much does this cost?
The cost is $4.95 a month, or you can try it out for free. You can also get a free version if you’re a student, teacher, senior citizen or veteran.
- When paying via PayPal:
- The first 30 days are always free. After that, we charge $4.95 per month (or less depending on how many months in advance you purchase). If you decide to cancel during our 7 day money back guarantee period we will refund the entire amount paid. We do not issue partial refunds after this period has expired.
- When paying by credit card:
- You will be billed immediately at the time of purchase.
- All payment options include automatic renewal unless canceled within 24 hours of initial purchase.
Where do I sign up?
To sign up for Dover, you’ll need to visit your local library. You can also sign up online or over the phone by calling your local library.
If you have any questions, contact your local consultant.
If you have any questions about the Dover Business Model, contact your local consultant. You can also reach out to one of our team members or the Dover community via email: [email protected], [email protected]
We hope you enjoyed learning more about how Dover can help your library. If you have any questions, contact your local consultant—they’re happy to talk with you about what we offer and how we can help.