Mobile Printing @ the Library

With our new MobilePrint Service ™, you may use your personal computer or mobile device to print at the DeWitt District Library from anywhere.  Simply submit your documents for printing and come into the library within 48 to release and pick up your documents using your library card.

How to print from a laptop or desktop computer at home or work:Printeron

  • Begin by visiting
  • Select the printer and enter your email address.
  • Browse your computer to find and select the file you wish to print.
  • Click the green print icon (you will see the status of your print job and a reference number).
  • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
  • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
  • Enter your Library card number without spaces.

Your print job will be printed!

How to print from the tablet or smartphone app:Printeron2

  • Visit your device’s app store to install and launch the PrinterOn App.
  • Click “No printer selected”.
  • Click “Search” and enter DeWitt into the search field.
  • Select DDL Main Branch Color or DDL Main Branch Black & White.
  • To print:
    • Documents: when viewing the document, click in the upper right corner and upload the document to the PrinterOn App.
    • Photos: open the app, click on “photo” and select a photo from your device to print.
    • Select the printer and click the print icon.
    • Enter an email address and click on the check mark (you will receive a notice that the job started, and shortly after another message stating “Job Success”).
    • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
    • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
    • Enter your Library card number without spaces.

Your print job will be printed!

How to email documents directly to the library print system:Printeron3

  • Email from any device directly to the library’s print system:
  • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
  • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
  • Enter your Library card number without spaces.

Your print job will be printed!



Missing Out on Our Event Updates & Emails? Here’s a Quick Fix

Have you been missing our event updates on Facebook or our quarterly newsletter?  Follow this quick tutorial on how to fix the info blocks so that you can stay in the know on all things Library related!

Here’s how to make sure you see our updates on Facebook: 

1. Go to the DeWitt District Library Facebook Page

2. Click on the “Like” button at the top and select “Posts in News Feed”


3. Select “See First”


Bonus: If you’d like to receive notifications about our updates so you don’t miss anything, click on the Notifications Tab and choose which events you’d like to be notified of.


Not seeing our Quarterly Newsletter Emails?

If you are having trouble receiving our emails in Gmail, they could be going to the “Spam” or “Promotions” folder.  Here is how to fix that. Go to your Spam folder select the email and click “Not Spam”.  If our newsletter is ending up in your “Promotions” folder, select the email and choose “Not Promotions”.  If you’re having trouble finding the “Promotions” folder it could be located under “Categories” in the left hand menu.

That’s all there is to it! We hope this helps. If you have any questions feel free to send us an email: .

TECH TALK: BookMyne Library App

BookMyneThe DeWitt District Library has joined Bookmyne, which means our catalog and online account services are now mobile!

With the BookMyne App you can access your DeWitt Library account, place or cancel holds, search our catalog and renew books right from your smartphone or other mobile device.  You can also keep lists of books to check out in the future and browse the New York Times best-sellers.  This app even scans a barcode to see if the book you want is available in our collection!

And the best part is that it’s free.


Get the App:

For Android

For iOS

TECH TALK: Fanfic, Take It or Leave It

fan_ficFanfiction or Fanfic has become quite the internet sensation in the last decade and with it comes new technologies to make the reading and writing of this literary context even more accessible to the masses.  If you’re not familiar with fanfiction then let me direct you to this entry on WiseGEEK.  For those of you in the know, here are a couple of apps that have recently been made available to the world of online publishing and will allow all of you fanboys and fangirls to take your fanfic with you on the go.

If you’re a reader or even writer of fanfiction you’re probably not new to  However you may be excited to know that there is now a app available for download to any of your mobile devices, making it even easier to get your fanfic fix in a flash.  The official app offers the following features:

* Stories – Browse and search for millions of stories.
* Forums – Join writing groups or converse with other readers and writers.
* Private Messaging – Enjoying private communication with other users.
* Community Archives – Start or browse story archives .
* Beta Readers – Browse and search for registered beta readers.
* User Management – Browse and manage your favorites, follows, and others.

Android Devices
iOS Devices

If the thought of reading continuation stories about Harry Potter or characters from My Little Pony doesn’t really interest you perhaps you might like access to a wealth of original online publications?  If so give the Wattpad app a try.  Wattpad is a FREE social platform for readers and writers alike to share and discover stories.  “With Wattpad, anyone can read or write on any device: phone, tablet, or computer.”

Tech Talk: Madefire App & Motion Books

madefireMadefire has created a FREE online reader and downloadable app to use in conjunction with their digital graphic novels called Motion Books.  Madefire is working closely with some of the worlds top graphic artists to create an interactive reading experience that incorporates sound and motion into their Motion Book stories, known as episodes. The app is currently available for iOS, Android, Windows, and Google TV devices with even more accessibility coming in the future.  This exciting new way to read digital comics and graphic novels has even caught the eye of IDW Publishing who recently switched over their 3500+ line of comics and GNs, which includes titles such at Transformers and Star Trek, to a series of apps created by Madefire and are now compatible with the Madefire app.  So check out the app and let us know what you think of Madefire’s Motion Book style. Be sure to follow the Madefire Facebook page for new release offers every Wednesday and Free downloads every Friday.