Find out what books, audiobooks, movies, music, magazines (and more!) we have available for you to check out from the library. You can log into your library account with your 14-digit library card number and your PIN. Don’t know your PIN? Ask a librarian to help you.
Looking for a magazine article, need information on an illness or looking for a great book? EBSCO offers a myriad of information with many databases. Go to EBSCOhost for magazines, Consumer Health Complete for medical information or Searchasaurus for kid-friendly information. And there’s more. Click the EBSCOhost line above to see for yourself. Accessing outside of the library? You’ll enter your 14-digit library number to enter the database.
Car Repair and Motorcycle Repair
The Mitchell on Demand Car and Truck Repair database is available at both the Downtown and East Hills branches. Please visit those branches to access the database. Cyclepedia, a motorcycle and ATV repair database, is available for in-library use only at all four library branches.
Credo Reference is an online reference service made up of full-text books from the world’s best publishers. Whether you’re working on a research paper, trying to win a game, or just curious, Credo Reference has something for you. Accessing outside of the library? Enter your 14-digit library card number to get started.
Interested in learning a new language? Click here to learn to speak Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Italian, Hindi, German, French, Chinese, Arabic, American Sign Language or English for Spanish Speakers. Enter your 14-digit library card number to access the database and set up your account.
Need a legal form valid in Missouri? We have it here. This is a do-it-yourself resource for legal assistance. We offer you the latest legal forms — fast! Enter your 14-digit library number to access the Legal Forms databases.
Providing researchers with information on companies, markets and industries. From market trends, mergers and acquisitions to current management theory and company overviews. Access business and trade journals, newspapers and company directory profiles with full text and images. Enter your 14-digit library number to access the Gale databases.
Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources on many topics. Look here for encyclopedias on arts, biography, business, education, history, law, literature, medicine, religion and countries of the world. Enter your 14-digit library number to access the database.
Are you a student needing help with an assignment? The Discovering Collection offers easy access to award-winning content based on national curriculum standards for middle and high school students. Covering the core curriculum areas, including history, literature, science, social studies, and more, Discovering Collection provides a premium selection of reference, primary sources, creative works, and multimedia, including hours of video and audio clips. Enter your 14-digit library number to access the database.
Learning Express Library is the leading source for test preparation materials and interactive practice exams based on official tests. There is now career and resume help here too. You must establish a username and password the first time you access the site.
Need a book the library doesn’t have? Search for it here. If the book was published at least 6 months ago, we can request it from another library.
HeritageQuest is designed specifically for patrons in public libraries who are either just beginning their family research or who after years of work are still uncovering their past. It contains over 25,000 books, the entire US Census, and other expanding collections.
Ancestry Library Edition
This database can be accessed only in the library. ProQuest has partnered with MyFamily.com to create Ancestry® Library Edition, one of the most important genealogical collections available today. It has unparalleled coverage of the United States and United Kingdom, including census, vital, church, court and immigration records, as well as record collections from Canada and other areas. This is a strong complement to HeritageQuest™.
Read the online versions of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Kansas City Star. You can also find lots of current events information here. To access this database from home, you’ll need to enter ra-morenet1176 as both the username and password.
Salem History provides online access to several books the Reference Department also has available in print. Look here for information from “Milestone Documents in American History”, “Milestone Documents in African American History”, “The Twenties in America”, “The Thirties in America”, “The Forties in America”, “The Fifties in America”, “The Sixties in America”, “The Seventies in America”, “The Eighties in America”, “The Nineties in America”, “Great Lives from History: Inventors and Inventions” and “Great Athletes”. To access from home click above on “Salem History”. Go to the 2nd tab “Remote Access Login” and put in your 14-digit library card number.
Magill’s Medical Guide is available through Salem Health. It has been glowingly reviewed by every major reference reviewer. It is a staple in high school, college, public and medical school libraries. The Guide is a perfect mix of accessibility and depth, providing general readers with an authoritative reference source that helps bridge the gap between medical encyclopedias for professionals and popular self-help guides. It is an up-to-date and easy-to-use guide of medical information suitable for student research as well as use by general readers, including patients and caregivers. To access from home click on “Salem Health” above. Go to the 2nd tab “Remote Access Login” and put in your 14-digit library card number.
Books and Authors offers new ways to explore the endless possibilities and combinations of books, authors, genres and topics. Combining over 140,000 books, 50,000 authors and thousands of read-alikes, award winners and librarian’s favorites, Books and Authors helps bring readers and literature together. Books and Authors makes the exploration of fiction and non-fiction books fun!
Chronicle Career Library
Choosing an occupation or making a career change is a very challenging task. The average person makes at least three career changes in his lifetime. Chronicle Career Library provides up-to-date career information that helps people make informed career choices.
You’ll find information on more than 2,000 occupational titles, including 650 comprehensive job descriptions, ranging from those that require a high school diploma, or less, through professional careers; that’s more than 95% of the jobs in the workforce. This database is available for in-library use only at all four library branches.