Libraries, often revered as quiet sanctuaries of learning, are much more than repositories of books; they are portals to diverse worlds of knowledge and imagination.
Retaining Pertinent Access to Knowledge
Libraries were once the only places where people could access certain information. However, there’s a noticeable difference with the use of the internet and other digital resources. Contrarily, that doesn’t obliterate the relevance of the physical library but reinforces it.
The relevance of Modernized Library Facilities
The progress of technology presented libraries with the need to evolve and expand the range of their services.
Millennials, those born between 1981 and 1996, are increasingly choosing physical libraries over digital ones. Despite growing up in a world where everything is accessible
Decker Ville library started long ago and only became prominent in 2016. It started from the intense passion of literacy for society, and we align ourselves to ensure we achieve that. During the technology boom, people lost interest in getting hard copy books, except they couldn’t find them online. That’s why we decided to show the community that we’re more.
Apart from the many learning resources we provide, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive part of our society. We do that by creating programs that foster community connectivity and promote knowledge as best we can. That includes promoting local authors and organizing book clubs for different age groups.
You only need to enter the name of the book, author, or category, and it’ll direct you to the shelf you can find it.
They include many categories in both fiction and non-fiction, as shown below.
Keep in touch with the trends
Library resources are for anyone to access wherever they are. So we ask that you feel free to message us for inquiries or even complaints and suggestions.