Read newspapers, journals, electronic books, and more without leaving your computer. Access the library catalog’s wealth of print and electronic resources using the links below.
Note: You may need a library card and PIN to access these resources.
Search Federal Census images from 1790-1934, Revolutionary War Era records, Freedman’s Bank and information related to people and places described in over 20,000 family and local histories.
Practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want—at school, at work, or in life.
Full text for more than 2,000 magazines & general reference publications. Covering virtually every subject area of general interest, it also includes reference books and biographical articles, more than 100,000 primary source documents, and an Image Collection of 235,186 photos, maps and flag.
Contains book reviews and book lists for all ages: children, teens and adults. Locate books to read by describing a plot or find similar titles and authors for books already enjoyed. Users can also search a series name to get a list of titles in the series.
Designed for students and teachers in grades K – 8 to find appropriate and interesting books to read and discuss. Includes over 250 biographies of popular authors. Picture books, children’s “chapter” books, and young adult titles are all searchable by subject/theme and plot summaries. Also includes teaching aides such as review questions and Lexile rankings.
Includes 30 million business profiles & 220 million residents. Ideal for sales leads mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, much more!
Workforce Skills for 21st Century Success
Provides resources to boost basic workplace and job search skills, and prepare job seekers for advanced occupational training. Job seekers will improve key workplace skills such as business writing and presentation proficiencies, improve or learn the computer and internet skills necessary to succeed in today’s market, prepare for specific careers with professional licensing and aptitude tests, and more
All Delaware databases are brought to you by the State of Delaware, Division of Libraries in partnership with your local library.