Ancestry Library Edition (usually in library only) is CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FROM HOME. One of the most important genealogical collections available today. It has unparalleled coverage of the United States and the United Kingdom, including census, vital, church, court, and immigration records, as well as record collections from Canada and other areas. To access the service from home, we must first make a change to your account to access the service. Please send us your library card number and your name in an email. In the subject field, enter ANCESTRY. Our technical staff will then make the necessary change. eMail Us Here.
This resource contains more than 7,000 traditional recipes from 174 countries, along with thousands of ingredient, food culture, and reference articles, making it the largest food database of its kind. AtoZ World Food was designed for culinary institutes, students, world travelers, cooking clubs, adventurous eaters, and anyone who wants to learn about world cuisine without having to purchase individual country cookbooks.
This resource includes 202 world city travel guides covering 67 topics each. The travel guides cover a multitude of topics that are of interest to those planning their international travel. Topics include pre-trip planning, points of interest, excursions, neighborhoods, restaurants, nightlife, as well as health and safety. AtoZ World Travel was designed for world travelers, schools and universities, global businesses, and anyone who wants to prepare for their trip abroad.
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CultureGrams® is the leading primary source reference for concise, reliable, and up-to-date cultural information on the countries of the world. It goes beyond mere facts and figures to deliver an insider’s perspective on daily life and culture, including the history, customs, and lifestyles of the world’s people.
With Findmypast you’ll gain access to an ever-expanding collections of over 2 billion historical records from around the world. In addition, you’ll be able to explore millions of newspaper pages from as long ago as 1710.
GenealogyQuebec.com is THE reference for Quebec and French-Canadian genealogy research online.
LingoLITE is a vocabulary builder and contains thousands of native speaker video clips in 30 languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Chinese, Farsi, Hindi, German, Swahili, Thai, and 18 others. This resource helps users learn basic words and phrases in 30 languages using interactive native speaker videos.
Designed especially with elementary and middle schools in mind, Novelist K-8 Plus contains enhanced subject access for over 60,000 fiction titles. Full-text reviews from sources like School Library Journal and Booklist are available for many titles. The “Working with Kids” section provides a single location for parents and teachers to access curricular materials such as our Grab and Go Book Lists, BookTalks, Picture Book Extenders and more.
NoveList Plus is a readers’ advisory service that provides access to detailed descriptions of over 155,000 fiction titles. It also offers a wide range of feature content to serve fiction readers of all ages, including author read-alikes, book discussion guides, reading lists and more.
An exhaustive reconstruction of the population of Quebec from the beginnings of French colonization in the seventeenth century. This remarkable tool has been used for a wide variety of research projects involving scholars from many disciplines – history, medicine, linguistics, anthropology, biology, genetics, and genealogy.