“As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information".
~~Benjamin Disraeli, Prime Minister (1804-1881)
Databases are online collections of information that enable searching of multiple information sources at the same time. Databases are authoritative, ad free, available anytime and anywhere. The library currently offers these databases:
Find out everything you wanted to know about Texas.....almanacs, business/economics, cities, counties, education, flags, history, holidays, laws, maps, officials, parks, travel and more!
The largest online family history resource (accessible only at the library due to licensing agreements; however, personal subscriptions are available at www.ancestry.com)
Provides hands-on guidance and immediate access to key job search activities
Car repair and maintenance guide
No-cost, interactive courses focused on professional development, technology skills, and personal enrichment
Practical applications as well as scientific theories of horticulture studies for gardening enthusiasts
Interactive practice tests and tutorials.....available now through TexShare
Variety of forms covering many issues
An online language-learning system offering more than 50 language learning experiences...including how to speak pirate!
Explore Marshall News Messenger editions dating back to 1849
Local, regional, and statewide newspapers
Identification, research, and pricing tool
Information on how to start and operate a business
Includes over 50 databases with full-text journals, primary source documents and newspapers for every research need
eBooks covering a wide range of research topics