Research & Homework Help
Explore the library's subscription online resources below when you need help with legal, consumer, health, or student research. Try out "Novelist" for reading recommendations. Your library card number is your log in (except for JobScout which is a free online site.)
- JobScout: Take Lessons. Earn Badges. Find Work. JobScout is an online learning platform that will teach you the basic Internet skills you need to find a job. Includes a Resume Builder, a Job Search Function powered by SimplyHired.com, & the One-Stop Job Shop where you can save job listings, send your Resume Builder resume directly to employers with a form cover letter, and maintain a schedule of the interviews you acquire. Free sign up.
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
* Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia
* American Decades
* Complete Human Diseases and Conditions
* Countries and their Cultures
* Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations
* Worldmark Encyclopedia of the States
- Legal Information Reference Center
A self-help law resource that contains more than 225 full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. Password = county in which you reside.
- Library to Go eBooks & Audiobooks
eBooks and audiobooks for download at no cost. Read or listen to selected titles from your home PC or Mac or from a number of portable devices. Now available for Kindle.
Be your own Reader's Advisor. If you like fiction, you'll love Novelist!
- Kids Search
A database especially designed for youth in grades K - 8. Research information from magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias and more!
- Student Research Center
Provides junior high and high school students with the most appropriate research tools for easily obtaining information from EBSCO reference databases. Sources include magazines, newspapers and encyclopedias.
- TumbleBook Library
Children's Books that read to you! Click on the link and read along with us!