Commenting on DPL's Blog Posts

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Commenting Guidelines

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Wireless Access at DPL

The Denver Public Library is pleased to offer free Wi-Fi access for your wireless device.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is wireless available?
Wireless is available at all Denver Public Library locations.

Once I’m at a Denver Public Library location, how do I access the wireless service?
Your Wi-Fi-enabled device will detect the wireless signal when you power it on. Click on your Internet browser icon to open a browser page. Go to the website you wish to use.

Services for Persons with Disabilities

The Denver Public Library is committed to providing equal access for all people who wish to use the library and its collection. In order to provide this service there are various adaptive technologies available at the Central Library and many of our branches to assist customers who might need different modes of access to print and electronic resources. For additional information please contact any of the listed libraries.

Internet Filtering FAQ

Filtración del contenido de Internet

The Denver Public Library values free and equal access to information, even when that information may be controversial, unorthodox or unacceptable to others. With its implementation of filtering software, the Denver Public Library balances its commitment to customers’ diverse interests and individual rights with the need to provide a welcoming and comfortable environment for all ages.

Collection Development Policy

The Denver Public Library collects materials, in a variety of popular formats, which support its function as a major information source for the demanding needs of a metropolitan population. The collection also serves the popular and recreational needs of the general public, and reflects the racial, ethnic and cultural diversity of the community.