Online Databases

PA’s Online World of Electronic Resources

The POWER Library is offered as a service of Pennsylvania’s public libraries, school libraries and the State Library.

The POWER library allows you to access thousands of full text periodical articles, newspapers, a major encyclopedia, plus photographs, pictures, charts, maps, reference materials for young people and more. You will find materials of interest in most subject areas for all age groups from young children to adults.

Go to Power Library.


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Start learning a new language online with Mango, an interactive database featuring step-by-step lessons in over 40 foreign languages.  Mango also features ESL courses taught in 15 native languages.

Go to Mango Languages.

 


Discover your family's story with Ancestry.

Start searching census, military, immigration, birth, marriage and death records.

Come into the Milford or Dingman Township Branch to access this database and begin searching:

Go to Ancestry.com


Free E-Audiobooks and E-books available through OneClick. Now you can download and listen to your favorite classic books through OneClick. A service provided by Recorded Books. To get started, click here. Be sure to have your library card available.


Free E-Magazines from Zinio, "the world's largest newsstand." More than 130 popular and specialty titles are available for you to browse, checkout and read on your computer or Internet-enable electronic device. To access our Zinio magazine collection and set up your free e-magazine account have your library card handy and click here to register.click on the icon.


The New York Times

Start reading the New York Times compliments of the library.

Click here for information on accessing a pass for 72 hours,