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ONLINE RESOURCES
 
Access to a number of online databases not found on the "Free Internet". Sources include full text newspapers, magazines, car repair guides, books, antique price guides, language learning and so much more.

A valid CLAMS card issued from the JBPL is needed for databases funded by JBPL. Other databases will require a valid Massachusetts library card. Funding for the databases provided by Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, Massachusetts Library System, and the Jonathan Bourne Public Library.


          
       AtoZdatabases                 AtoZ The USA                AtoZ World Travel
 
   Job/business/people search               Learn about our country                      Facts about the world

 
  Ancestry(In-lib)           Book Index with Reviews          Career Transitions

     Genealogy search                 Find book reviews and release dates          Job search and resume help


        CLAMS Catalog              Consumer Reports            General OneFile

    Search our catalog and more               Unbiased product reviews            Search for journals and articles


  Global Road Warrior         Legal Forms (Online)             NoveList Plus 

        Facts about the world                   Legal forms to download/print        Look for book/author read-a-likes


      PriceIt! Antiques                  Salem Press            Testing/EDU Ref Center

    Search for prices of antiques         Search our history/health collection       Basic skills and test prep


                          Tumblebooks                            Mango Languages

                            Read/listen to Children's books                 Learn one of the 72 languages available




 

                 The Boston Globe                               The New York Times



                                                   America's News
Get access to the Bourne Courier, Cape Cod Times, Boston Herald, and more.




 

 
  Your one stop shop for all your reference needs.
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