Remote Access In-house Access Artemis is the consolidated search engine created by Gale to include a one-stop search for all your Literature needs. Unlock information in primary sources, critical articles, literary and cultural analysis, and biographies. Search across centuries to be able to see the broader continuum of the story you choose to tell. Artemis includes access to the following: Contemporary Literary Criticism Twentieth Century Literary Criticism Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism Shakespearean Literature Criticism Literature Criticism from 1400-1800 … Continue reading
Remote Access In-house Access National Geographic Kids is a subset of our larger database, National Geographic. National Geographic Kids includes National Geographic Kids magazine 2009-present (3 month embargo) 200 National Geographic Kids books 500 kid-friendly, downloadable images Detailed Overview — Magazine Introduce kids to the amazing, compelling, and surprising with National Geographic Kids magazine. Geared toward 6-14 year olds, this magazine offers endless opportunities for kids to explore their world and instills a love of learning, nature, and other cultures. Detailed Overview — Books Designed … Continue reading
Mango has introduced a new social media feature – badges! Game On! Introducing Mango’s new social media feature. While using Mango, library patrons are now able to earn virtual badges & share their language learning progress on Facebook and Twitter! As you progress through Mango’s interactive, language learning courses, you can earn social badges to post to Twitter or Facebook. Let all your Friends and Followers know how you’re doing! Show off your new skills! Try Mango free today!
New content added to the Facts on File Database – keep up with current issues: World News Digest The XXX Summer Olympic Games in London, England Focus On: Summer Olympics [More Research Features ] The Summer Olympics: A Visual History [ 2008 Summer Olympics Highlights] International News and Features Moderate Coalition Appears Set to Win Landmark Elections in Libya; Citizens Vote in First Democratic Poll Since 1964 [ More Top Stories] Pena Nieto Elected Mexican President [ More News Headlines] Barclays Pays $450 Million to Settle Allegations … Continue reading
Boyd County Public Library is proud to present a new resource that will help you find out the Who, What and Where of our government – MyGovernment MyGovernment will show you all your elected politicians, from the President to the local munipialities. It provides contact information, in-depth biographies and much more. MyGovernment’s interface is available in both English and Spanish. With MyGovernment you have access to the same information as professional lobbyists. Want to know what bills your Senator is … Continue reading
Available on LearningExpress Library on Tuesday, July 3: New Online Practice Exams New practice exams will be available to users preparing for the WorkKeys® assessments, Praxis II: Principles of Learning Tests (PLT), and the COMPASS® college placement exams. We’ve also added another practice civil service exam. New eBooks The inventory of vocational and instructional eBooks has grown to include three new titles for the GED® Test and nursing school entrance exams, and a new addition to the 501 Questions series … Continue reading