Carthage Public Library offers several research databases and electronic resources, some of which are accessible to you from home. Contact the Library during normal operating hours at 417-237-7040 for information on how to access these sites from home.
EBSCOhost offers a variety of full text databases and popular databases from leading information providers. Full text articles, abstracts, eBooks, and learning resources for students of all ages. EBSCOhost also offers dedicated Apple and Android apps for searching with your mobile device; installation instructions are provided on EBSCOhost's site.
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Gale offers full-text magazine and newspaper articles and maintains databases that are published online, in print, as eBooks, and in microform.
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NewsBank offers access to Missouri newspaper databases (now including the Carthage Press), including the full text of feature articles, special-interest stories, editorials and more.
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Learning Express Library
Learning Express Library is an excellent online resource that allows you to take practice tests for: ACT, ASVAB, Civil Service, Cosmetology, EMS, Firefighter, GED, GMAT, Law Enforcement, Paramedic, Praxis/PPST, Real Estate, SAT, U.S. Citizenship, and many more subjects. Electronic textbooks, study guides, resume assistance, and many more valuable resources are available. In order to access Learning Express Library from home, you must first create an account on-site inside the library. After you do this, you will be able to access Learning Express via the internet anywhere with the username and password you've created. Ask Library Staff if you need assistance.
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Ancestry.com Library Edition
Ancestry.com is an invaluable site for genealogical research. This is a subscription database that can be accessed via the Library's public-access computers only.
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