eResources

The library converted to a new computer system in April of 2012. Use the Card Number Converter to get your 14-digit library card number if you have not had your card relabeled at the library.

Find census, birth, marriage and death records. Access photos, newspapers, historical stories and maps. (No home access.)
A reference and marketing database ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends & relatives and much more! You can download the mobile version at the Apple App Store. (Use your 14-digit library card number for home access.)
Online learning to improve the technology, literacy and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life.
Practice tests and tutorial course series designed to help patrons, students and adult learners, succeed on the academic or licensing tests they must pass. (No home access.)
Online access to current magazines, journals, newspapers, genealogy and business information for Nebraska residents. (A password provided by the library or a NE driver’s license/ID number is required for home access.)
Download “Classic” audiobooks and eBooks to your computer, eReader, tablet or “smart” phone.
onlinecollegedatabase Provides helpful information about colleges, universities, community colleges and vocational schools at the local city and state level.
Download audiobooks and eBooks to your computer, eReader, tablet or “smart” phone. (Your 14-digit library card number is required for access.)
Students and parents can discover fun and stimulating activities to reinforce classroom learning and spark new areas of interest. Teachers can take advantage of the free instructional resources and use this tool to help meet the specific learning needs of their students.
A database of business and residential information for reference and research. You can download the mobile version at the Apple App Store. (Use your 14-digit library card number for home access.)
Access online or download to your eReader many of the top magazines from Zinio. (Use your 14-digit library card number for home access.)