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The Seaford District Library welcomes comments, questions and suggestions from our community. Please fill out the contact form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Once again thank you for your comments.

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CELL PHONE POLICY

The use of cell phones in the library can often prove disruptive to patrons. In order to preserve the library’s mission and goals, we ask that all patrons observe the following courtesies inside the library building.

1. Cell phones should be set to ring quietly or to vibrate when entering the library.

2. Patrons must terminate their cell phone use when approaching the circulation desk, doing so insures prompt service. If the call is not terminated, patrons will be asked to step aside until the call is done.

3. Patrons using cell phones in the library will be asked to move away from the public computers or other patrons using the library’s services. Staff may allow patrons to use cell phones at the computers if the situation warrants it.

4. Patrons may not use cell phones at a volume that is disruptive to others.

5. Library staff may require that people engaged in cell phone conversations move to the front foyer near the entry doors or leave the building so as not to disturb others.

Enforcement of these rules for all cell phone users may take the form of any of the following actions:

Staff members are authorized to issue a verbal warning to patrons using a cell phone in the library in a manner that does not follow cell phone policy. If the offender refuses to cooperate, they will be asked to leave as quickly and quietly as possible. Acting abusively with verbal or physical threat or failing to cooperate with staff will result in immediate suspension of library privileges.

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Library Guides

Self-paced, high-quality online courses that include lessons, exams, assignments, discussion boards and an instructor. Over 500 courses covering hundreds of topics and skill sets.

Delaware Heritage Collection

Documents, artwork, maps, newspapers, slides, photos, audio/video and other important items documenting Delaware’s rich history and culture can now be explored online!

Flipster

Read digital copies of magazines on your computer, smartphone, or tablet using your library card! Choose from many popular titles for adults, teens, and kids with no holds and no limits.

Genealogy/Heritage Quest

Search Federal Census images from 1790-1934, Revolutionary War Era records, Freedman’s Bank and information related to people and places described in over 20,000 family and local histories.

Homework Help (via UDLib/SEARCH)

The UDLib/SEARCH program provides home access to online magazines, newspapers, and encyclopedias to Delaware’s K-12 students, parents, and teachers (including homeschooled students). Please contact your local school or public librarian for more information.

Learning Express

Practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want—at school, at work, or in life.

Mango Languages

Mango Languages software teaches real conversations in over 70 languages and makes it fun. It also includes free mobile apps and learning through film.

MasterFile Premier

Full text for more than 2,000 magazines & general reference publications. Covering virtually every subject area of general interest, it also includes reference books and biographical articles, more than 100,000 primary source documents, and an Image Collection of 235,186 photos, maps and flag.

NoveList

Contains book reviews and book lists for all ages: children, teens and adults. Locate books to read by describing a plot or find similar titles and authors for books already enjoyed. Users can also search a series name to get a list of titles in the series.

ReferenceUSA

Includes 30 million business profiles & 220 million residents. Ideal for sales leads mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, much more!

Universal Class

Self-paced, high-quality online courses that include lessons, exams, assignments, discussion boards and an instructor. Over 500 courses covering hundreds of topics and skill sets.

All Seaford District Library databases are brought to you by the State of Delaware, Division of Libraries or the Sussex County Department of Libraries in partnership with your local library.

Free Public Computers

The library has 34 computers that provide free access to high-speed internet and word processing during the library’s operating hours. We require that all patrons comply with our Internet Policy. Failure to do so will result in the loss of computer privileges.

Reservation Time Limits

The library does not accept reservations. The computers are available on a first come first server basis.
All of the Library's public computers time out after 30 minutes. If no one is waiting for an available computer at the end of a 30 minute session, you will be asked if you would like to extend your time.

Personal Information on Public Computers

The computers are cleaned completely every evening after the library closes, but not between sessions on the same day. For this reason, we urge you to log out of your email and other accounts before the end of your session, and never allow the computer to remember your login information. We also encourage you to save your documents to a location other than the public computers because all documents are removed every evening and they are not retrievable. We suggest setting up a free cloud storage account or flash drive.

Your credit card information should be safe if you establish a secure connection between the browser and the website asking for credit card information. Look for the universal lock symbol in the lower right-hand corner of the browser window.

If you wish to ensure that no personal information remain on a computer, please ask a staff member to re-boot the machine. This action deletes all session information.

Printing Services

Color print and copy services are available. Patrons may print documents/images from the library’s public computers or their personal mobile devices. Cost for printing is $0.25 per image/side. The library does not provide copying services of large amounts of documents.

Step-by-step Wireless Printing Instructions

Please contact the Reference Department if you have questions or difficulty

Loading of Personal Software

To keep our computers free of viruses, etc., software is restricted from being downloaded onto the public computers.

Free Wireless Internet

Anyone with access to a laptop computer and wireless capabilities may utilize wireless networks both within and outside of the building. Wireless access is free of charge and no passwords are required. The wireless network is named public.

Library staff can identify if a network has gone offline but are not trained to configure personal computers to access wireless networks.

There is inherent risk using any public wireless internet connection and the standard advice for mobile users is to install a software Firewall onto your machine and use a high quality anti-virus software with definitions updated daily. With that level of protection public wireless internet is usually safe to use. The Library, however; is not responsible for any data that is acquired by an outside source.

Faxing Services

The library offers outgoing faxes through the kiosk area by the copier. Faxing costs $1.00 per page.

The library does not accept incoming faxes. To receive faxes please use the services offered by USPS store.

Scanning Services

The library offers scanning services at no charge through the kiosk area by the copier.

Self-Check Stations

A self-check stations are available for checking out materials, renewing materials. The self-check station is at the circulation desk on the left side.

What is RFID?

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. All of the items in our collection have an RFID sticker. These stickers are small computer chips that have the barcode number recorded on them. When one of these chips is placed near a reading device at the desks or at the self-check stations, the barcode number is read and the item is checked in or out.

No personal information nor the title of the book is stored on an RFID sticker.

Cell Phone Use

Link to policies/cellphone.html

Baby Bookworms
Tuesdays 10:30 – 11:30 A.M.

Using the innovative award-winning “Mother Goose on the Loose” early-literacy curriculum created by Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen.

Bring your babies and toddlers to the Seaford Library for fun-filled thirty-minute interactive classes that use rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process. This fosters speech development, motor coordination, self-confidence, and sensitivity to others. Parents and care givers are participants in this ideal environment for child development.

Yoga for Kids
Wednesdays 4:30 – 5:30 P.M.

A fast paced, story time yoga, and cos/play event. Ages Toddler and up.

Children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition, their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves.

Pre-K Wiggle Worms
Thursday 10:30-11:30 A.M.

Sing and dance your wiggles away in this fun filled story hour of music, rhymes, books and play. Ages 5 and under.

Teen Game Night
Fridays at 4:00 – 6:00 P.M.

Love Magic, Yugioh, or Pokemon? Meet other fans every Friday at the Library. Bring your cards, play, trade, and have fun. We have Video Games, Board Games and Chess as well, or bring your own cool game to share. Teens & Tweens.

Summer Reading
June - August

Why are the children’s and teens Summer Reading Programs so important? These programs help develop and maintain reading skills and literacy levels during the summer. Kids who participate have a better retention of skills once they return to school than those who do not. It also provides programs, knowledge and entertainment as a free service, and is open to the entire community. We welcome children and teens of all reading levels and abilities. This is one of the library’s most direct ways to contribute to education. It coincides with our mission statement to encourage lifelong learning and a love of books in any form.

Youth Services Librarian
Laura Prophet, 302-629-2524, laura.prophet@lib.de.us

Friends of the Seaford District Library (also known as “Friends”) were established in 1986. They promote and support the services of the library.

You are invited to become a Friend of the Seaford District Library!

BY-LAWS Friends of the Seaford District Library.2010
Like us of Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/seafordfriends/
Friends Contributions
Funding and refreshments for educational programs
Equipment for the Library
Annual Meeting Program
Books & audiovisual materials for public use
Support for the Summer Reading Program
Volunteer time for improved Library Services
Capital Campaigns

Opportunities for Service


Hospitality/Refreshments
Fundraising
Assisting Library Staff
Shelf Reading
Clerical/Newsletter/Mailings
Board Member (12 members)

Membership Types


Individuals $10
Family $30
Business $30
Organization $30
Individual Lifetime $100
Membership year is July 1 – June 30

To Join Friends of the Seaford Library visit:


Seaford Library and Cultural Center
600 N. Market St. Ext.
Seaford, DE 19973
302-629-2524



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The Seaford District Library welcomes comments, questions and suggestions from our community. Please fill out the contact form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Once again thank you for your comments.

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We welcome our customers’ suggestions for the purchase of new materials. Please use this form to suggest a title to be added to the Seaford Public Library collection.

To suggest a title for purchase, complete the form below. Keep in mind that, unfortunately, we cannot add all suggested materials.

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  Agreement: As a representative of the above organization, I have read the policy guidelines governing the use of the meeting room and agree to abide them. I understand that failure to do so may preclude future use of the meeting rooms.

Set up and break down of the room is the responsibility of the user.

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