Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
The Apopka Voice
This accomplishment illustrates the continued growth and importance of library lending of ebooks and audiobooks along with the creative ways the library has served its community with digital services.
In 2019, the Orange County Library System saw patrons check out 2.3 million electronic versions of magazines, audio books, movies, television shows, including a record one million ebooks. That’s a nearly 15% jump from 2018.
In case you haven't checked out "Melrose in the Mix" at the library, you'll get a chance to see what you've been missing tonight when it makes its debut on WUCF TV at 8:30 pm with the amazing Terri Binion session.
Even as libraries have transformed into hubs for innovation, learning and new technology, storytelling remains a vital part of their identity.
Orange County Library System staff have selected some self-development books to inspire you mentally and physically. Make wearing out that library card one of your 2020 resolutions.
New York Times bestselling author, Debbie Macomber, will be featured as the next special guest speaker for the Orange County Library System’s Library After Hours: An Evening with Debbie Macomber on January 31 at Orlando Public Library.
Orange County Library System has begun offering a digital version of its library cards that can be stored in your phone, mobile checkout with interactive receipts, and a brand-new Express Collection to all library users through the cloudLibrary app.
My Central Florida Family
On December 2, Orange County Library System begins offering a digital version of your library card that can be stored in your phone, mobile checkout with interactive receipts, and a brand-new Express Collection to all library users through the cloudLibrary app.