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Resources by Topic
Start your research here with these databases
organized by topic.
Databases A - Z
Use databases to discover and read articles in newspapers, magazines, and journals. Databases also include eBooks, eAudiobooks, video, music, auto manuals, encyclopedias, and sample GED and GRE tests. All databases are accessible from home, which is indicated with the Lincoln Library card symbol
, unless specified For use in the library only
- The State Journal-Register
Full-text local news in The State Journal-Register from 1831-Current.
- Britannica Library
Collecion of three reference resources, offering research materials through three levels of access: Children, Young Adults, and Reference Center (for high school students - adults). Content includes three encyclopedias (one of which is the Encyclopædia Britannica), new and continually updated journal articles, primary-source material, multimedia (90,000 images, videos, and audio clips), links to 129,000 expert websites, and ebooks.
Learn more about Britannica Library with this video.
Download or stream over 400,000 movies, music albums, tv series, eBooks & eAudiobook or comics.
Click here for instructions on how to use Hoopla with a mobile device or computer.
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with these vidoes.
- Rosetta Stone
Over 30 languages at all levels of training, providing instruction for beginners through fluency. Use your Lincoln Library card to sign up for an account.
Click here for instructions on how to use Rosetta Stone with your computer or
Learn more about Rosetta Stone with these videos.
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