Research Databases

Do consumer research, take an online class, read newspapers from the past and more.
You can access our online resources for free with your Library card from anywhere with an internet connection.
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Use product reviews, ratings and comparisons to make better buying decisions and save money.

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Research a wide range of topics:
arts, literature, humanities, environmental science, social science and many other specialties.

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Research a wide range of topics: health, medicine, history, economics, arts, politics, LGBTQ culture, biographies, and more.

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Discover your family history with access to the complete U.S. Census, from 1790

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Study and practice for academic, civil service, and licensing tests, including basic skills, college entrance, careers, High School Equivalency, TOEFL, U.S. Citizenship, and more.

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Create professional-quality legal documents in three simple steps: Search for the document specific to your situation; Answer the questions in the web input form; Review and print your document.

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Learn 80 different languages. ESL for 50 non-English languages.

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Doing a research project for school or work? Start with this vast archive of more than 90,000 reference and information resources that spans centuries.

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Look up individuals and businesses in the U.S. and Canada. For business planning, identify competitors, prospects, suppliers, and partners by business type and geography.