eEverything: an Alphabetical List of our Databases
Ancestry.com: Genealogy information
In library only. (Link on the start menu or in the Firefox browser of our computers.)
For more local history resources, check out our Local History page!
Database of images from the Associated Press
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Repair manuals for your car!
Discover fiction and non-fiction books that match your interests! Powered by Gale’s What Do I Read Next?
For grades pre-K – 3. Pairing classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic.
Full-text articles and statistical data about companies and industries for business owners, marketing professionals, investors, and students.
Biographical and bibliographical information on more than 145,000 of today’s most influential authors.
Select from over 16,000 eBooks from the world’s leading publishers across all major subject areas.
Access over 1,100 academic journals and ERIC database reports in the field of education.
Explore encyclopedias and specialized reference sources on a variety of topics from history, government, environment, math, and more!
Explore this general-interest periodical resource offering nearly more than 15,000 titles with more than 8,800 in full text.
Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources (GREENR).
Discover reliable health information through access to full-text articles of nursing and allied health journals, pamphlets, newsletters, periodicals, newspapers, encyclopedias, and more.
HooplaDigital: ebooks, music, audiobooks, tv, movies & comics
No waiting lists. Over 500,000 items available. For UD patrons only.
Browse and read full-text newspapers from more than 2,300 major U.S. regional, national, and local newspapers.
Elementary students in kindergarten through grade five will find age-appropriate content covering a broad range of educational topics such as animals, arts, geography, health, literature, people, social studies, technology, etc.
Achieve your educational and career goals. Choose a center: Job & Career, Adult Learning, College Prep, Computer Skills & High School Equivalency. Also US Citizenship Test Practice!
Learn over 60 languages!
Classic eBooks & eAudiobooks.
Popular fiction and non-fiction eBooks & eAudiobooks.
For brief instructions, check out Getting Started with Overdrive Help
Libby: For Android & iDevices
Older Android Devices: ebook & audiobook instructions (Kindle Fire, Nook Color, Google Nexus, Samsung Tab, etc.)
Older iDevices: ebook & audiobook instructions (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch)
Kindle reading devices: ebook instructions (Kindle Touch, Kindle Paperwhite. Kindle Fire owners please use Android instructions.)
Nook reading devices: ebook instructions (Nook Samsung Galaxy owners please use Libby instructions)
iPod/mp3 player: audiobook instructions
Yes! Always login before you browse as we buy extra copies of hot titles. Also, our copies will only go to fulfill UDPL holds, so even if you have to hold an item, you may get it much sooner than the holds queue number would suggest.
It depends on your device. For the Overdrive app on iDevice or Android, including Kindle Fire: find the cover of the book, tap and hold until you get a menu which will give you the option to return early and delete. For the Kindle Reader, it is located in your Amazon account under Manage your Device. Find the book and click the “…” for options to return early. For more information, check out this article from Overdrive.
Today’s issue, Philadelphia Inquirer Archives, 1981-present & Philadelphia Inquirer Historical Archive, 1829-1922.
eMagazines: Current, popular magazines. Check out once, own forever.
Phone number & address look-ups for individuals and business.
Great for finding lost relatives, sales leads and prospective employers.
Tip: To find most people, including those without land-lines, use the “U.S. Consumers / Lifestyles” database.
Research scientific topics.
Research scientific topics.
Non-fiction books for kids.
Current & popular picture books. Read along with the narrator.
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