Research

Use the search feature above to access a wealth of information on your chosen topic from magazines, journals and other educational research databases. Or browse through popular resources such as Consumer Reports, Lynda.com, Brainfuse and Mango Languages.

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All Databases

Access more than 50 databases for free either at the library or online using your library card. Get help with school work, personal finances, business research, learning, genealogy and more using resources like Britannica, Morningstar Investments, Mango Languages, and many others.

Students

Research and studying can be easy and convenient. Whether it's history, literature, science, geography or culture, there's a research tool for you. Need to brush up for that exam? Brainfuse provides live online tutoring and homework help.

Business & Finance

Research markets, investments, businesses, economies and nonprofit resources using a variety of databases, such as DemographicsNow, Value Line Investing Research, Colorado Grants Guide, and Funding Network. You can also learn new skills using Lynda.com.

Lifestyle

Maybe you want to master a software program or access maintenance info for your car. Or maybe you just need a new dishwasher. Our lifestyle resources provide convenient access to the information that can help you learn, repair and buy. Try Lynda.com, the Auto Repair Reference Center and Consumer Reports — among many others.

Online Learning

These resources make learning simple and convenient, whether it's a new language, technology skills, or resume and career prep. Learn from the privacy of your own home — or your local library or coffee shop. Try Adult Learning Center for live help and Universal Class for online courses. Even pick up a foreign language using Mango Languages.

History & Genealogy

If you've ever wondered where you came from, here's where you can start the search — for free, using your library card. Or maybe you just need to research John Adams, or the French Revolution, or the tango. History comes to life using MyHeritage, American History Online and several other databases for examining history, cultures and people.