Change How People Use Your Space
Put common spaces and meeting rooms to work for your community without increasing librarian workload. Patrons can check availability, view space details, and reserve rooms quickly and easily, generating librarian alerts when approval is required.
Empower Patrons to Call D!BS on Unmediated Library Rooms
On-Demand Room Booking
D!BS is a first-come, first-served room reservation software solution that empowers patrons to book library spaces on the go, without requiring library staff involvement.
Patrons can use any smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer to reserve unmediated library spaces with D!BS. Email or text reservation confirmations are sent automatically.
Available rooms are searchable by date, time, and duration, with authentication reducing possible conflicts.
Simplify Mediated Room Management with Spaces
Users can view room and equipment details to easily assess and reserve spaces that meet their needs.
Convenient Approval Process
Library staff can approve reservation requests individually, or automate the approval of requests from preapproved organizations.
Payments Made Easy
Spaces allows your library to safely and simply collect payments online for room reservations requiring a fee.
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“Having SignUp and Spaces makes life easier and saves so much time. They’re such a vital part of our library operations that I couldn’t imagine not having them now.”
Shannon Vonnegut, Director
Santa Clarita Public Library, CA
“Spaces was the easiest option to set up and one that had been vetted by other libraries, and that was very important to us.”
Jennifer Bernetzke, Director
Schreiner Memorial Library, WI
“D!BS has been great for our campus community. It has helped us analyze usage of shared spaces while minimizing conflict between residents — without additional staff and with virtually no training. The data we receive helps us make decisions about furnishings and future facilities.”
Aaron Crabtree, Dean of Students
Grace College, IN