Electronic Resources

By , November 10, 2009 11:17 am

 

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Zinio Digital Magazines

 

 Wisconsin’s Digital Library

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Discover the next generation experience:  Wisconsin Digital Library.  Enjoy ebooks and audiobooks on your computer, phone, tablet or iPad.  Easy to use, no late fees and available 24/7.

 

salem_online_logo2Select Salem Press titles are available in printed book form in the library for checkout.  Now the free online versions of these titles are also available.

For access to the online version in the library, go to any public computer station and simply click on the Salem Press icon on the desktop. 

To log in remotely from home, click the SALEM ONLINE icon to the left and use grahampl as the remote passcode.

 

 

BadgerLink is an online index to thousands of magazines and newspapers.  Many of the articles are available in full text. It is a project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

 

HeritageQuest Online offers genealogical information including a census search (complete set of Federal census images from 1790-1930, include name indexes for many years), books (20,000 family and local histories), the PERSI index (over 1.6 million genealogy and local history articles), and much more.  HeritageQuest may be accessed from the BadgerLink home page.

Learning Express Library

Offers an interactive online practice tests and tutorials for many exams, including: ACT, ASVAB, GED, GRE, Law Enforcement, LSAT, Postal workers, SAT, US Citizenship. You get immediate scoring, answer explanation, and analysis of your results.

 

 

Wisconsin Heritage Online provides a gateway for searching and displaying content from the Wisconsin library digital image collections. All aspects of Wisconsin history, culture, government and industry may be found.

The Wiscat database is produced annually by the Wisconsin Division for Library Services and contains material in all formats, including books, serial titles, videorecordings, sound recordings and other kinds of materials located in approximately 1,000 public, academic, school and special libraries in the State of Wisconsin.

If you discover an item in Wiscat that is not owned in Lakeshores Library System and you would like to request it, please contact your library’s Interlibrary Loan Department for help in obtaining the item.

Graham Public Library has wi-fi access!  Bring in your laptop and enjoy surfing the Internet from anywhere in the building.  Our electrical outlets are limited, so charge your batteries before you come.

 

 

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