Databases & Resources

Databases Available 24/7 online:

Pronunciator – 163+ languages to learn for all ages, ESL and citizenship resources & more!

AtoZ Maps Online – a collection of 60,000 royalty-free maps that can be downloaded for printing. Includes state, political, physical, outline, environmental, scientific and antique maps. Geography games, flag images, and teaching tools included.

AtoZ the USA – A large-scale encyclopedia of US state and country information. Topics include history, geography, demographics, education, food and recipes, government, crime, maps, media outlets, symbols, sports, and more.

AtoZ Food America – provides 7,000 recipes, vintage food labels and ads, historical what did they eat articles, how to make food videos, and more. Also includes a Farmer’s Market Directory.

AtoZ World Culture – the most comprehensive collection of country culture articles for 175 countries. Topics include, greetings and courtesies, gift giving, holidays, superstitions and folklore, history, media, women in culture and business, national cuisine, recipes, sports, stereotypes, maps, flags, religion, and more. Teaching tools and lesson plans available.

AtoZ World Food – the largest and most comprehensive database of food and food culture for 174 countries. Includes 884 food culture articles, 6,500 traditional recipes, 650 ingredient articles, historical timelines, glossaries, and food quotes.Lavishly illustrated with 14,000 photos.

Power Library – Free access to newspapers, magazines, journals, historical documents & more!

Power Kids – Great academic resources for kids

Power Teens – Research resources for teens

TechBoomers – Learn how to use the Internet’s popular websites & technology

Driving Tests – Practice permit test, handbooks, & FAQs

Databases Available Only In The Library

Ancestry.com – A wealth of genealogical information

Consumer Reports Online – The online version of the popular magazine

ABCmouse – more than 4,000 interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities for children

 

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