Ancestry is allowing temporary remote access; enter your library card to get started. A premier genealogy resource only available for In-library use. Includes U.S. and worldwide census, immigration, military, and vital records collections.
Bringing the diversity and history of the USA to life in a beautifully-illustrated resource. Covers all 50 states, five territories and the District of Columbia. Information includes local cuisine, animals & plants, history, government & politics, and historical map collections.
Offers a wealth of information to help you diagnose, repair, and maintain cars and vehicles. Includes service and repair procedures, diagrams, recall information, specifications, labor estimates, and parts pricing.
Provides practical tools for job seekers. Receive personalized expert analysis of your resume and cover letter, get live interview coaching 2 p.m. - 11 p.m. daily, plus browse other career and interview resources.
From World Book, uses dramatic readings of plays to help students gain reading fluency, understand core concepts, and internalize content. Activities, lesson plans, and mini-inquiry projects tie to curriculum correlations.
Glassdoor holds a growing database of millions of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more. Unlike other jobs sites, all of this information is entirely shared by those who know a company best — the employees.
The world’s most extensive country-by-country resource for learning about culture, travel, history, customs, and language. Profiles are available for 175 different countries and include information on business customs, travel essentials, food, and transportation.
How-tos and creative ideas in arts and crafts, collecting, home and garden, indoor recreation, kids' crafts, model building, needlecrafts and textiles, outdoor recreation, performing arts, science and technology, and scrapbooking and papercrafts.
Resources to assist you in legal matters of all kinds, including business law, financial planning, family law, property and real estate, and rights and disputes. Includes full-text reference books from Nolo, the nation’s oldest and most respected provider of legal information for consumers and small businesses.
Resources to support middle school students, including biographies, magazines, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags. Includes Sports Illustrated Kids, Scholastic News, National Geographic and dozens more. Articles include reading level indicators (Lexile).
Resources for students to understand issues, develop criticial thinking skills, and develop persuasive arguments. Includes essays, overviews, articles, and transcripts on, citizens' rights, earth and environmental issues, global issues, health and medicine, and media and communications.
Resources to support elementary school students, including encyclopedias specifically for kids, articles from children's magazines including Highlights and Junior Scholastic, and a large image collection.
More than 4,000 language learning combinations at your finger tips! Courses are offered in your native tongue and you can learn whatever language you choose. Live, teacher led conversation groups are offered in many languages. Want to prepare to be a citizen? Try ProCitizen as well.
Full-text articles to support research in applied sciences, biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and energy. Includes the Science Image Collection, a database of high-quality science images from National Geographic, UPI, Getty, NASA, and Nature Picture Library.
Full-text for many top consumer small business reference books, as well as tools to address many small business topics. Includes business videos, a help and advice section, and details on how to create business plans.
Provides access to 2,500 titles including 460 that are proprietary to World Book. Download the World Book eBook app to take titles on the go (requires you to first create an account at World Book online. Click any World Book link and in the upper right corner, click the person icon and click "create account".
Created for those ages six to 10, the site offers simple navigation, easy-to-understand articles, thousands of colorful illustrations and other multimedia, and dozens of activities and science projects.
For kids ages 10 to 14, this is a premier online reference source with thousands of articles, state-of-the-art multimedia, editor-reviewed websites, Behind the Headlines and Compare Places features, a How to Do Research guide, periodical content, and more.