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10 downloads per month, per card. Books, audiobooks, graphic novels, comics, movies and music. All free with your library card.
Free eBooks, eAudiobooks, and Kindle Friendly - OverDrive is here! Use OverDrive's app Libby to make reading on the go a great experience.
NoveList is a resource that provides book recommendations based on read-alikes for titles you enjoy, series lists, book reviews, genre lists and more!
Novelist Plus is for Children, Teens and Adults.
SYNC is a summer audiobook program that offers two paired audiobook titles FREE each week and aimed at teens 13+.
NEW for 2020, all audiobook titles will be delivered via SORA and will only work with Sora - the student reading app from OverDrive.
Check out the complete list of this season's exciting audiobook titles here.
Check out our binge-worthy collection of on-demand webcasts, featuring author interviews, editorial insight, book talks, and more. All on-demand webcasts are available in closed-captioning
A variety of fun, interactive lessons are available that teach students how to code video filters, video games, special effects, celebrity name generators, haunted houses, simulations and more!
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Designed to work seamlessly with students’ unique learning styles and busy schedules, Method Test Prep’s ACT and SAT prep programs help students raise their ACT scores an average of three points and their SAT scores an average of 150 points. Diagnostic evaluations, lessons, quizzes, and full-length exams help students strategically navigate the SAT and ACT by focusing on both content and test-taking techniques. Students also build their fundamental reading comprehension, grammar,and math skills.
Free with your library card. Download the rbDigital App.
Picking the right college isn't easy – you need to do your research to find the best school for you. Where do you start? The Library is here to help you through this journey. The following resources are designed to help you with your college search. All resources can be accessed from anywhere, on any device, even when the library is closed.
Not sure what you want to do? Do you know what you want to do and need more guidance? This Occupational Outlook Handbook site will give you all the answers. It describes the nature of the work, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects for a wide range of occupations.
So, you’ve been tasked with writing a research paper. You might even have a general direction or writing prompt to get the ball rolling. But what happens if the general direction is “climate change” or “major innovations in technology during the Cold War”? What happens if you’re told to “pick your own topic”? Where do you begin? With such broad topics, it can seem impossible to find somewhere to start. Don’t worry, this first part of the Research Essentials series will get you going on the path to authoring a research question.
Is using the basic search tool for your favorite database returning too many results? Are your search results tenuously applicable to your research question? Does the advanced search tool look like a confusing medical form? You’re not alone. This second part in the Research Essentials series will give you some better search techniques.
Britannica Academic delivers fast and easy access to high-quality, comprehensive information. The rich combination of the venerable Encyclopædia Britannica plus Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, magazines and periodicals, and many other research tools provides the variety of reliable sources that students need to consult when conducting thorough collegiate research—all from one resource.
More than 13,000 titles, including more than 7,300 peer-reviewed journals and more than 5,000 in full text with coverage of hard sciences, medicine, engineering and business.
Funded by the New York State Library NOVEL Program.
ERIC provides free access to more than 1.2 million bibliographic records of journal articles and other education-related materials and, if available, includes links to full text.
ERIC is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences (IES).
Gale Literature Resource Center provides up-to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism, and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods, and from around the world.
Funded by the RCLS Central Library (Newburgh Free Library).
Provides full-text magazines, reference books and primary source documents. It also includes an extensive image collection containing photos, maps and flags.
Funded by RCLS and the New York State Library NOVEL program.
The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is a digital library that aggregates data for millions of books, photographs, films, and more from institutions across the United States.
Discover 37,006,557 images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States.
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