Kent District Library partners with Kent County Health Department to assist with COVID-19 contact tracing efforts

By David Specht, Digital Marketing Strategist People unfamiliar with KDL are often surprised to learn about what all the library has to offer: from bicycles to ukuleles to vinyl records. People might also be surprised to learn about how we’ve pivoted to support services that are not traditionally related to the library. One such instance…
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Learn relevant, professional skills on LinkedIn Learning

Coming soon to all patrons with your KDL library card. Starting Thursday, April 1, LinkedIn Learning gives you access to: 16,000+ online courses in 7 languages. Expert Instructors with real-world experience. 60 new courses added each week! Courses cover: Leadership Project Management Excel Sales  Job Hunting Cloud Computing Python DevOps Data Science Digital Marketing Photography…
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On Healing & Hope

By Julia Hawkins, Administrative Assistant for Engagement First, I would like to say to those of you reading this: we may be battered and bruised, but we’re still here. There is more ahead, as there always is, but we got this far. I invite you to take a moment – just a moment – to…
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Bending Toward Justice

By Julia Hawkins, Administrative Assistant for Engagement Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated just 53 years ago in Memphis, TN at the age of 39. In his short time on our planet, he became the most well-known civil rights figure in the United States. On Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK Jr.) Day, we celebrate the…
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