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What do you want to learn today? Whether you’re looking up a quick fact or doing in-depth research, the Library can help! The databases below are free to access with your library card, and contain everything from encyclopedia entries to journal articles to original scanned documents.

InfoTrac is a collection of full-text databases and ebooks, containing everything from archival documents to business insights to historical research to computer science, and a whole lot more! If you’re looking to research a topic, InfoTrac is a great place to start.

The United States' National Archives have a wealth of information for researchers, including bibliography information, digitized government documents, and historical materials from the foundation of the country until now. Browser for national security, American life and cultura, and more!

OpenCulture is an online project dedicated to free educational and research resources from all over the world. Take free courses, read informational articles and eBooks, learn languages, listen to recordings of authors reading their work, and much, much more!

If you're in business, thinking about going into business, or wondering what businesses are nearby, Reference Solutions is your database. Look up what businesses are doing what in what areas, build client lists, search for jobs, and stay on the cutting edge of your industry.

Viva Florida! is a database dedicated to exploring resources about the state of Florida! Learn Florida history, explore the Florida environment, immerse yourself in Florida culture, and find out more about where our state is going in the future.

World Book is one of the world's most beloved encyclopedias, and now its easy-to-access facts and figures on every subject are right at your fingers! Resources for adult scholars and kids who are just learning to research are included to allow anyone to jump into learning.

Still didn't find what you were looking for today? Reach out to a librarian to see if we can help track down more information!