Boston Globe (1872-present)
Chilton’s Auto Repair
Learning Express Library
High School Equivalency Center
College Admission Test Prep Center
Popular Software Skills Center
Lynda It’s Back!!
Weiss Financial Ratings (Banks, Stocks, and more)
Pronunciator Language Learning
Note: These resources can be used at home with a Danvers library card. If you don’t have a Danvers card you can use them at the library. Click eLibrary to the left to see all the digital resources.
eLibrary – Alphabetical Order
Downloadables – ebooks, audiobooks and more
Print Anywhere And Pick It Up Here!
Reference Service Procedure
Computer & Internet Tutorials
Internet and Computers
New Media Lists: DVDs, CDs, Audio
Book Clubs and Book Club Kits
Little Libraries In Danvers
Magazines & Newspapers
Our Digitized Art Collection
The Teen Tech Center is for STUDENT* USE ONLY
What you’ll find in the TTC:
- New Non-Fiction
- Non-Fiction Graphic Novels
- New Biographies
- Spanish Language Fiction
*Middle School and High School Students
The library has two rooms for private use on the 2nd floor. One room can hold six people and the other can hold four. Each room has a table, chairs, a couch and a dry erase board (erasers and markers for the dry erase boards are available at the Reference Desk)
Perfect for studying, tutoring, small meetings or just a quiet place to read
Study rooms can be reserved up to 6 days in advance. To reserve call the library at 978-774-0554 or stop by the Reference Desk
Patrons can initially sign out a room for up to 2 hours. At the end of that period, if no one else has reserved the room, patrons can extend their time an hour at a time for up to a total of 4 hours in a day
The library has two charging stations. The one for adults is located on the second floor in the seating area to the right of the elevator. The second is only for teens and is located in the Young Adult room on the first floor. When charging, make sure to keep your devices in sight. The Library is not responsible for lost or stolen items.