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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.

Click on the links below to go to that section

 
          
       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           The Great Courses             Method Test Prep

         Facts about the world                         Award winning lectures                           SAT/ACT test prep


  Legal Forms (Online)             NoveList Plus                  PriceIt! Antiques

   Legal forms to download/print              Book/author read-a-likes               Search for prices of antiques 


          Salem Press            Testing/EDU Ref Center           Tumblebooks 

Search our history/health collection        Basic skills and test prep           Read/listen to Children's books 
     



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                 The Boston Globe                               The New York Times



  Bourne Courier, Cape Cod Times (Image edition), Boston Herald, and more


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      Databases include Encyclopedia Britannica, Academic OneFile,
      Health & Wellness Resource Center, Popular Magazines, and more.
         Get free access to Statewide Electronic Resources by clicking above.
Brought to you by the MBLC and MLS with state funds and federal IMLS funds.
 
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        Driving Tests                            ERIC                           GCFLearnFree



      Google Scholar               Mass General Laws          Mass Legal Answers




                     TechBoomers                                         Top Nursing



                                  AARP Tek                                               BourneTV

Town of Bourne
Access to the Town of Bourne website with town related information and news for residents. Digitized town reports from 2006 to present can also be found here.


HelpSteps
HelpSteps is a web and mobile​-based referral system that connects individuals and families to health and human service agencies in MA. An App is available on the Apple App Store for iPhone/iPad and Google Play Store for Android devices.


Biodiversity Heritage Library and The Encyclopedia of Life
The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. BHL also serves as the foundational literature component of the Encyclopedia of Life



The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a free, online collaborative encyclopedia intended to document all of the 1.9 million living species known to science. Our knowledge of the many life-forms on Earth - of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria - is scattered around the world in books, journals, databases, websites, specimen collections, and in the minds of people everywhere.
                           

 
MA Health Connector - Enrollment Assister
Enrollment Assisters are trained and certified individuals at organizations in your area that can help you apply for coverage, shop for plans, answer your questions about your eligibility, payments, plan details, and health care reform rules and requirements. Help from an Enrollment Assister is free for people of any income level.



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