Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
In early December the Orange County Public Library is going to be bustling with (virtual) activity, as "Random Fandom Week" kicks off, a delightfully scattershot collection of online programming which caters to pop-culture obsessions of every stripe.
In all, 77 companies were chosen as Top Workplaces for 2020 in Central Florida with OCLS ranking in at number 10 in Top Midsizes Companies.
The Orange County Library System has just launched an adorable limited-edition shirt on Represent.com that any book lover should be proud to rep.
Here’s a selection of books recommended by library staff who are, unsurprisingly, the proudest of book nerds.
The Library Social Worker provides one-on-one assistance for people at multiple branches who need the following services, but is currently only working out of the downtown branch.
Virtual storytimes, like Orange County Library System’s collaboration with local schools and Head Starts, are just one way local library systems have adapted to the pandemic.
The roleplaying game will be hosted through Zoom and players will need access to the internet and speakers/headset to play. A webcam and microphone are suggested in order to fully participate.
“Great Reads” is a regular roundup of books that the Orange County Public Library System thinks you should peruse that month.
West Orange Time & Observer
Orange County is home to an award-winning library system, and officials are hoping residents will register for a library card for access to countless resources and material available for use.