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Digital Resources

EBOOKS, AUDIOBOOKS, MAGAZINES

Wisconsin’s Digital Library (powered by OverDrive) is your connection to free library e-books, e-audiobooks and e-videos. All you need is a valid library card and PIN number to get started. Read/listen via your computer or download material to a mobile device.

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 CONSUMER RESOURCES

Consumer Reports offers impartial reviews and product testing since 1936. The Library's subscription to ConsumerReports.org offers content from the print edition of the magazine and special online-only content.

Library card number and PIN/password required

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

data-axle Reference Solutions is the number 1 source of information on businesses and people for small business owners, marketing professionals, researchers and job seekers. data-axle helps users create marketing plans, conduct competitive analysis, raise funds and locate people. 

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GENEALOGY

Recollection Wisconsin allows you to explore photographs, postcards, maps, letters, diaries, articles, books, artifacts, oral histories and other materials from dozens of Wisconsin communities. 

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DIGITAL NEWSPAPER ACCESS - HISTORICAL

Full-text daily and weekly Wisconsin newspapers from 2005 to 90 days ago, plus newspapers from the 1800s and 1900s. 

Click for list of newspapers and dates available.

A-Z Resources

BadgerLink is Wisconsin's Online Library, providing Wisconsin residents with licensed content
not available through regular search engines.

Looking for more information?

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DIGITAL NEWSPAPER ACCESS - HISTORICAL

The largest historical newspaper database online, contains tens of millions of newspaper pages from 1607 to present. Every newspaper in the archive is fully searchable by keyword and date, making it easy for you to quickly explore historical content. 

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ONLINE TECHNOLOGY LEARNING

Use a computer to do almost anything! If you are new to computers, haven't used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, we have the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.

ONLINE LEARNING

The test preparation site to help prepare for a wide range of academic exams—such as the GED® test, COOP, HSPT®, SAT*, ACT®, AP*, PSAT/NMSQT*, ACCUPLACER®, ASSET®, and COMPASS®, career certification tests such as NCLEX-RN®, Praxis I® and II®, and more.

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Enjoy Complimentary Access to NYTimes.com
As a Public Library patron, you have free access to The New York Times! Here’s how to get started exploring:
If you are onsite at the public library locations:
If you are NOT onsite at the public library location, 

1.Visit nytimes.com using any device. Ensure you are using the library’s WiFi connection.

2.Go to the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Click on “Log in” to create a free account or log-in to your existing account.

3.You now have full access to all journalism on nytimes.com while logged in at the library.

Note: The NYT News App is not included as part of the onsite web-only experience. You may redeem a 24-hour access code to have access to the NYT News App from anywhere.

1.Go to our library’s dedicated URL                                           to redeem a 24-hour access code.

2.Your code will auto-populate. Click redeem.

3.You will need to either register for a free account or log in to your existing account.

4.After receiving  confirmation that your access code is valid, you will have 24-hours of complimentary access to The New York Times, via nytimes.com and the NYT News App.

5.Once your 24-hour access code expires, you can simply repeat the process from Step 1 to redeem another 24-hour code.

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Onsite Services

The library has one photocopier available for public use.  Cost is $.10 per page for black and white copies or $.50 per page for color copies on 8.5x11 paper.  Using this machine it is possible to make two-sided copies, enlarge or reduce image size, or save documents to a flash drive.  

All of our public internet computers are networked to a laser printer.  Patrons and guests are able to print from online sources, flash drives, or CDs.   Printing costs $.10 per page for black and white, $.50 for color; paper size 8.5x11. Additional sizes available.

To send or receive faxes:

  • Cover sheet: free

  • Within the U.S.:  $1.00 per page

  • International: $5.00 per page

If you need to have a document faxed to you, please have the sender fax the document to 920-849-2370 and include the recipient’s name and phone number on the cover sheet.  If the fax includes the recipient’s contact information, staff will notify you when the document arrives.

All documents MUST be picked up within a week of receipt; anything left unclaimed longer than a week will be shredded.

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