The Palace Project is a collaboration between the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Lyrasis, and the Digital Public Library of America. The Palace app for Apple and Android mobile devices provides access to a large collection of eBooks and Audiobooks, some of which are only available through the Palace Project. Read More
Take the library with you on your mobile device! Aspen LiDA is a new app for Apple and Android mobile devices which connects directly to the Library's catalog. Read More
A leading provider of market and consumer data, Statista is an excellent source for business and industry research on a national and global scale. Here you will find everything from quick statistics to comprehensive reports, covering information on over 80,000 topics, collected from more than 22,500 sources internationally. Read More
Are you a veteran, or do you know a veteran, who is transitioning from military to civilian life? Visit Brainfuse VetNow to find VetNow to connect with a live veteran navigator and get free assistance from a veteran with your VA benefits. Read More
It’s National Wine Day at Mango Languages! Ça vous dit un verre du vin? Try a sip of @MangoLanguages ’ French Wine and Cheese course! Don’t have a Mango account? All you need is your Delray Beach Library Card! Log in to create your Mango profile and begin FREE language learning today! Read More
Four research librarians in the Information Services Department are available 63 hours a week to provide research assistance to the Delray Beach community. Our highly trained research staff regularly answers a wide variety of questions from the most basic to the more advanced.
We gather, catalog and disseminate material to meet the information needs of everyone in our community. Library members come to us for help finding the right book, choosing and using a database, performing market data research and learning how to use new technology!
In addition to in person, online, email and telephone assistance, library members can also Book-A-Librarian to get one-on-one research assistance.
If you are interested in an item we do not own, our Interlibrary Loan service offers library members access to materials from other libraries. Click here to submit a request.
We also accept suggestions for purchase through your account, click here to login.
For further information, please call 561-266-0196, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Information Desk, on the 2nd floor.
For one-on-one assistance, prior registration is required.