Providing access to quality resources, information and training to enhance 21st century instruction and student achievement
District Library Media Programming creates World Class Libraries in all Douglas County Schools, shifting the perception from library as storage facility to a learning commons as a nationwide model. The learning commons facilitates the production, sharing, organizing, finding, and use of information in a collaborative environment that enhances 21st century learning.
Through a partnership with Douglas County Libraries (DCL), District Library Media Programming is able to offer every student in a Douglas County unlimited access to select DCL databases. DCL is an independent library district that serves the residents of Douglas County from 7 locations: Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Louviers, Parker, and Roxborough. Douglas County Libraries are passionate advocates for literacy and lifelong learning, and through engagement, education, and entertainment, the library transforms lives and builds community. The Douglas County Libraries is currently ranked (by Hennen's American Public Library Ratings) as the number one public library in the United States for its population (250,000-500,000).