Library Perks

Library Perks

Congratulations! Being a DCL cardholder means you have access to all sorts of fun perks, from free online classes (in crafting, software, language and more) to activities you can enjoy in real life, like museum and park passes. Explore your options and do something new!

Creative Bug

Watch more than 1,000 DIY classes from renowned artists—anytime, anywhere. No pressure, just possibilities!

Create your account using your library card and PIN, and start crafting!

Check Out Colorado

A limited number of backpacks containing a pass good for admission to any Colorado State Park are available for checkout from our welcome desks.

Nontraditional Items

We offer more than just books and movies! Check out a sewing machine, microscope, or drawing tool and more for your next project. Items are available on a first-come, first-served basis; ask a staff member for more information.

Adventure Pass & DCL Local

Our partnerships with area cultural institutions let you reserve free passes up to 30 days in advance. Plus, enjoy DCL Local: Use your library card for discounts at participating businesses!

Online Learning

These resources make learning simple and convenient, whether it's a new language, technology skills, or resume and career prep. Learn from the privacy of your own home—or your local library or coffee shop.

Lynda.com

Learn software, creative, business and technology skills from thousands of video courses taught by industry experts.

Mango Languages

Online language learning from German to Spanish, Russian to Mandarin Chinese. No downloads are required, and an app is available.

Brainfuse Homework Help

Brainfuse

Live homework help and tutoring, including a writing lab, skills building, test prep, and Spanish-speaking tutors, for students of all ages and learning levels.

Testing & Education Reference Center

Online tests and prep tools for academic and professional exams. Also includes school scholarship info and a resume builder.

Adult Learning Center

Live assistance from Brainfuse on passing the GED, preparing for the U.S. citizenship test, writing a resume, and getting help with Microsoft Office.