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What is a Database? A library database is an online resource that the library subscribes to that contains articles and information from print sources such as magazines, newspapers, journals, and reference books.
Article Databases: An article database enables you to search through thousands (sometimes millions) of different magazines, journals and newspapers to find articles on a particular topic. Some of the articles you will find are Full Text, which means you can read (or print out) the entire article right there online. Other times the database will only provide you with an abstract, or summary of the article. Other times, the database will only give you a citation, which tells you where you can find a print version of the article.
Reference Databases: Reference Databases provide reference information (facts, statistics, background information) from many different print sources. Reference Databases are usually more subject-specific than the article databases, so that each one covers something like Art, Music, Law, Literature, or Science & Technology, to name a few.
Databases VS Internet: Databases are not "internet" sources or regular websites
Although you access our databases from the internet, the articles you find in them are reprinted from real live print sources. Most of the things you find in our database cannot be found by searching Google or Yahoo. These are subscription services that the library pays for. They are every bit a part of our library's collection as the books on our shelf, and unless you want to buy your own subscription, you must go through the library's website to access them.
Online Databases
Ancestry Library Edition  (In Library Access Only)
Find census, birth, marriage, death records and more.
Atomic Training On The Spot Training: Over 50,000 software and technology 2-3 minute training videos.
A video-based how-to training resource, Atomic Training opens up unlimited access to thousands of short videos covering more than 500 of today's most popular software applications on both PCs and Macs.
Bowker's Books in Print Whether you're looking for information on books, audio books, or videos, you've come to the right place. With millions of titles, BooksInPrint.com is an essential bibliographic tool for libraries, booksellers, and publishers.
Driving-Tests.org (library and remote access)
Free and interactive driving tests, no registration required. Did you know that 72% of people fail their DMV driving test the first time? Practice these sample permit tests for free as many times as you need - until you're ready to take the real DMV test!
EBSCO Online Provides full-text access to articles from hundreds of journals. EBSCOhost Web, Academic Libraries, School Libraries, Medical Libraries, Public Libraries, Kids Search, Searchasaurus, NoveList Plus, Literary Reference Center, Auto Repair Reference, Student Research Center, EBSCOhost Deutsch, EBSCOhost Espanol,EBSCOhost Francais, Small Business Reference Center, Points of View, Consumer Health Complete and many more subcategories!
FindArticles The CBS Interactive Business Network: Popular Articles and Publications
Freegal Access thousands of songs from the entire Sony Music Library. Download and keep up to 5 songs per week. (That’s like 10 albums per year.) Videos are also available for download. You own the songs. Free! Just make sure to save them to your device.
In-library access and remote access available
Just click “Login,” enter your library card number and click “Login” next to the “Card Number” box.
*Your library account must be active and in good standing.
LawDepot

Access: In-library and remote
**First time: To create an account you must be connected to the library's wifi or on a library computer .. Go to link and then click “Create New Account”

Easy Legal forms in minutes. Access thousands of legal forms. The fastest way to create legal documents. All forms created and updated by lawyers. View and edit your documents anywhere, at any time.

Mango Languages In-library access and remote access available
Mango is the fast, easy, and most effective way to learn to speak a foreign language! Mango is an online language learning system that teaches real conversation skills for practical communication. Through fun and engaging interactive lessons, Mango makes learning a new language fast, easy and incredibly effective. The system is completely web-based and remotely accessible, so you can learn anywhere you have an internet connection. As you listen to and repeat after native speakers, you'll learn more than just words and phrases. You'll learn how those pieces can be rearranged and combined to make new thoughts, new conversations, and even more practical communication! In no time at all, you'll be able to navigate all sorts of everyday situations - get directions, order a meal, make new friends - the possibilities are endless!
NoveList Plus 

In-library and remote access available
Looking for the perfect book? Reader's advisory tool contains: author read-alikes, recommended reads, book discussion guides, book talks, brief discusssions about titles in a particular genre, literature award lists and more

OneClickDigital

In-library access and remote access available
An all-new, easy-to-use website and platform for downloading audio books.

OverDrive In-library access and remote access available
Just click “Sign In,” then click in the box and enter your “Library Card Number” and click “Sign In.”
Download Audio books and E-books!
*Your library account must be active and in good standing.

Project Gutenberg

Download Free E-Books

Heritage Quest Online

(library card required for remote access)
Genealogy search by Census, Books, PERSI, Revolutionary War, Freedman's Bank, and U.S. Serial Set

Hoopla

Instantly borrow free digital movies, music, eBooks, audiobooks, comics and more, 24/7 with your library card.

SIRS Discoverer Deluxe (In-library access and remote access password available)
An award-winning reference database for young readers. Browse Subjects, the Web, or Reference Topics
Universal Class

Universal Class provides online continuing education courses to schools, libraries, companies, educators, and individuals throughout the world. It aims to advance intellectual exchange in teaching, research, and service with its technology and belief that lifelong learning should be affordable to all people of all cultures. With a growing course catalog of over 500 online classes, Universal Class is committed to providing only the most affordable and highest quality continuing education. 

World Book Online (In-library access and remote access password available)
The premier online reference source--World Book Online for Kids, World Book Online Info Finder, World Book Online Reference Center, Early World Learning, Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos
Zinio

Access issues of some of your favorite magazines! All provided free by your library!
In-library access and remote access available
Click “Create New Account” and you will be promted to enter your library card number. Then click “next” and follow the instructions on setting up an account. You will need an email address.
*Your library account must be active and in good standing.

More online databases Click the link to see more listed on the EODLS website

Please note that some of these databases, when accessed inside or outside of the library, require passwords.  If you are a registered patron of the Hulbert Community Library then the library staff can provide you with information necessary to access these materials.