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Online Databases by Subject

Biography

Books

Business/Finance

Career/College

Education/Testing

Genealogy

Health

History

Jobs

Magazines

Newspapers

Reference/Law

Science

Seniors

Students

Biography

  • African-American History Online  Features thousands of cross-referenced entries, covering the entire spectrum of African-American history over the past 500 years.
  • Contemporary Authors access through JerseyClicks  (see under Literature).

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Books

  • NoveList K-8 Plus  This expanded version includes non-fiction titles  in addition to the NoveList K-8 books.
  • NoveList Plus  This expanded version includes non-fiction titles  in addition to the NoveList fiction titles.

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Business/Finance

  • America’s News Search local job fairs, companies in the news, local, state and national business, economics and politics.Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for research assignments.  Search local, state, regional and national and full-text articles including printed and online newspapers, blogs, journals, newswires, broadcast transcripts and videos.  Explore a specific issue or event or compare a wide variety of viewpoints on topics such as business, health, education,government, history, politics and more including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Press of Atlantic City, Star-Ledger and USA Today. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for homework and research assignments.
  • Business Source Premier   This “business research database features the full text for more than 2,100 journals. Full text is provided back to 1965, and searchable cited references back to 1998”.  Covered business disciplines include “marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance and economics. Additional full text, non-journal content includes market research reports, industry reports, country reports, company profiles and SWOT analyses.”
  • The online job database, Career Transitions, will help you organize and streamline your search of employments openings available through this program.
  • Job & Career Accelerator. Create resumes and cover letters, learn interviewing techniques, prepare for related exams and access millions of job listings.
  • Legal Information Reference Center can be accessed through JerseyClicks  (by subject listing under ‘Business’ or by alphabetical listing) ‘with online full text for many of the top consumer legal reference books… and thousands of legal forms’.  Made possible through the New Jersey State Library.
  •  Morningstar Investment Research Center   To access this financial service in the library or from home,  you will need your Haddonfield Public Library card.   Our subscription currently allows one simultaneous user.  As a courtesy, please limit your session time and click on the ‘END SESSION’ button when you log out.
  • REFERENCE USA    A new agreement between ReferenceUSA and the New Jersey State Library now gives library patrons the ability to download additional records. Users can now download 100 records when accessing from home and 250 at the library (up from 50 at home, 25 at the library), saving a considerable amount of time. Thanks to ReferenceUSA and the New Jersey State Library, this important resource is now even more user friendly.
  • Regional Business News  “With daily updates, Regional Business News provides comprehensive full text for regional U.S. and Canadian business publications (including titles from Crain Communications). Regional Business News has full text for nearly 100 sources.”

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Education/Testing

  •  America’s News Search local job fairs, companies in the news, local, state and national business, economics and politics. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for research assignments.  Search local, state, regional andnational and full-text articles including printed and online newspapers, blogs, journals, newswires, broadcast transcripts and videos.  Explore a specific issue or event or compare a wide variety of viewpoints on topics such as business, health, education, government, history, politics and more including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Press of Atlantic City, Star-Ledger and USA Today. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for homework and research assignments.
  • Grolier Online for Kids includes 3 atlases (geopolitical, thematic and exploration), American Heritage dictionaries (student, children’s, Spanish to English and English to Spanish), New Book of Popular Science, world newspapers, and resources for educators.
  • Learning Express Library  will help you achieve your educational and career goals.  Choose a center and get started. .
    1. Adult Learning Center has resources for busy adults to improve skills in math, reading and writing.  Prepare to become a U.S. citizen
    2. Career Center  presents ways to learn about careers, prepare for nursing entrance exam, occupational exams (from allied health through teaching, including commercial driver’s license, cosmetology, firefighter, law enforcement, and more), also prepare for military exams, job search and workplace skills, WorkKeys Assessments and TOEiC, as well as college admissions essay writing.
    3. College Center offers skills review including science, and preparation for grad school admissions exams, college placement tests, and CLEP.
    4. Computer and Internet Basics  shows interactive video tutorials to master computer skills and internet basics.
    5. College Preparation Centerconcentrates on prep for ACT, SAT, AP, PSAT, TOEFL.
    6. High School Equivalency Center  focuses on building basic skills and preparation for GED, HiSET, or TSAC (all acceptable in NJ as high school equivalency exams).
    7. Job & Career Accelerator explores careers, the search for jobs, creation of resume and cover letters, prep for job interviews, and more.
    8. Popular Software Tutorials, interactive video tutorials, assist users to master popular software programs and the Windows and Mac operating systems.
    9. Recursos para Hispanohablantes  is based on the Adult Learning Center.
    10. School Center  aims to improve skills for elementary (4th grade) through high school students.

…and eBooks! TO ACCESS A TUTORIAL, TEST OR EBOOK, all new users must register by clicking “Register Now” in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Register” to the right of any product title. On the registration window, users provide their name and a valid email address, create a password, and click “Create Account”. These are all required fields. The email address will become the username and will also be used for password reset, if needed.  All returning users simply enter their username and password in the “Sign in to Your Account” section in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Login” to the right of any product title.  For College Planning and Financial Aid, see  Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center.

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Career/College

  • CareerOneStop is your pathway to career success.  This web site features tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • The online job database, CAREER TRANSISTIONS, will help you organize and streamline your search of employments openings available through this program.
  • Job & Career Accelerator.  Create resumes and cover letters, learn interviewing techniques, prepare for related exams and access millions of job listings.  Update  your computer skills with the popular software tutorials  available  at Learning Express .    Here you will find self-paced tutorial courses on the most common software and operating systems used in the workplace:    Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, WordPerfect, Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, SharePoint Designer, Visio, Word, as well as Windows and Mac Operating Systems.   Computer & Internet Basics tutorials are also included.
  • JOBCAST is an approximately eight-minute program that features success stories of people learning new skills, overcoming destructive behavior, and/or finding employment, as well as job search tips, advice from career professionals, job descriptions, and opportunities within New Jersey’s workplace.

…and eBooks! TO ACCESS A TUTORIAL, TEST OR EBOOK, all new users must register by clicking “Register Now” in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Register” to the right of any product title. On the registration window, users provide their name and a valid email address, create a password, and click “Create Account”. These are all required fields. The email address will become the username and will also be used for password reset, if needed.  All returning users simply enter their username and password in the “Sign in to Your Account” section in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Login” to the right of any product title. For College Planning and Financial Aid, see Facts on File’s Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center.

  • NJ NEXT STOP (www.njnextstop.org) is a state web- based resource sponsored by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, State Employment and Training Commission, to help NJ teens, parents, and counselors learn more about career interests, career options, and the world of work.  It also provides information about industries, occupations and skills that are in demand in New Jersey.

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Genealogy

  •  America’s Obituaries & Death Notices Easily search a collection of over 22 million recent records from hundreds of U.S. newspapers. Updated daily, it incorporates over 75 million records from the Social Security Death Index (1937-present), organized by state.

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Health

The Affordable HealthCare open enrollment period is over for 2014.  For more information click on HealthCare.gov.

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History

  • America’s News Search local job fairs, companies in the news, local, state and national business, economics and politics.Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for research assignments.  Search local, state, regional and national and full-text articles including printed and online newspapers, blogs, journals, newswires, broadcast transcripts and videos.  Explore a specific issue or event or compare a wide variety of viewpoints on topics such as business, health, education,government, history, politics and more including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Press of Atlantic City, Star-Ledger and USA Today. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for homework and research assignments.

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Jobs

  • America’s News Search local job fairs, companies in the news, local, state and national business, economics and politics.
  • CareerOneStop is your pathway to career success.  This web site features tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals .  Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • The online job database, CAREER TRANSISTIONS, will help you organize and streamline your search of employments openings available through this program.
  • Job & Career Accelerator. Create resumes and cover letters, learn interviewing techniques, prepare for related exams and access millions of job listings.
  • JOBCAST is an approximately eight-minute program that features success stories of people learning new skills, overcoming destructive behavior, and/or finding employment, as well as job search tips, advice from career professionals, job descriptions, and opportunities within New Jersey’s workplace.
  • Learning Express Library was added to the Library’s online database resources to  help you achieve your educational and career goals.  Choose a center and get started.
  1. ADULT LEARNING Center has resources for busy adults to improve skills in math, reading and writing.  Prepare to become a U.S. citizen
  2. CAREER Center  presents ways to learn about careers, prepare for nursing entrance exam, occupational exams (from allied health through teaching, including commercial driver’s license, cosmetology, firefighter, law enforcement, and more), also prepare for military exams, job search and workplace skills, WorkKeys Assessments and TOEiC, as well as college admissions essay writing.
  3. COLLEGE Center offers skills review including science, and preparation for grad school admissions exams, college placement tests, and CLEP.
  4. COMPUTER and INTERNET BASICS Center  shows interactive video tutorials to master computer skills and internet basics.
  5. COLLEGE PREPARATION Center concentrates on prep for ACT, SAT, AP, PSAT, TOEFL.
  6. HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY Center  focuses on building basic skills and preparation for GED, HiSET, or TSAC (all acceptable in NJ as high school equivalency exams).
  7. JOB & CAREER ACCELERATOR  explores careers, the search for jobs, creation of resume and cover letters, prep for job interviews, and more.
  8. POPULAR SOFTWARE TUTORIALS, interactive video tutorials, assist users to master popular software programs and the Windows and Mac operating systems.
  9. RECURSOS para HISPANOHABLANTES  is based on the Adult Learning Center.
  10. SCHOOL Center  aims to improve skills for elementary (4th grade) through high school students.

…and eBooks! TO ACCESS A TUTORIAL, TEST OR EBOOK, all new users must register by clicking “Register Now” in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Register” to the right of any product title. On the registration window, users provide their name and a valid email address, create a password, and click “Create Account”. These are all required fields. The email address will become the username and will also be used for password reset, if needed.  All returning users simply enter their username and password in the “Sign in to Your Account” section in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Login” to the right of any product title. For College Planning and Financial Aid, see  Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center.

  • NJ NEXT STOP (www.njnextstop.org) is a state web- based resource sponsored by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, State Employment and Training Commission, to help NJ teens, parents, and counselors learn more about career interests, career options, and the world of work.  It also provides information about industries, occupations and skills that are in demand in New Jersey.

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Magazines

  •  EBSCOhost is a powerful online reference system accessible via your Library. It offers a variety of full text databases and popular databases from leading information providers.
  • ERIC (limited full text)

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Newspapers

  •  America’s News Search local job fairs, companies in the news, local, state and national business, economics and politics. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for research assignments.  Search local, state, regional andnational and full-text articles including printed and online newspapers, blogs, journals, newswires, broadcast transcripts and videos.  Explore a specific issue or event or compare a wide variety of viewpoints on topics such as business, health, education, government, history, politics and more including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Press of Atlantic City, Star-Ledger and USA Today. Also includes Current Events and Special Reports for homework and research assignments.
  •  America’s Obituaries & Death Notices Easily search a collection of over 22 million recent records from hundreds of U.S. newspapers. Updated daily, it incorporates over 75 million records from the Social Security Death Index (1937-present), organized by state.
  • The New York Times includes The New York Times 1857 to current issue,  New York Times Book Review  1986- , New York Times Magazine 1986-, and The New York Daily News 1851-1857

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Reference/Law

The Affordable HealthCare open enrollment period is over for 2014.  For more information click on HealthCare.gov.

  • Grolier Online for Kids includes 3 atlases (geopolitical, thematic and exploration), American Heritage dictionaries (student, children’s, Spanish to English and English to Spanish), New Book of Popular Science, world newspapers, and resources for educators.
  • Legal Information Reference Center can be accessed through JerseyClicks  (by subject listing under ‘Business’ or by alphabetical listing) ‘with online full text for many of the top consumer legal reference books… and thousands of legal forms’.  Made possible through the New Jersey State Library.

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Science

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Seniors

  • The Affordable HealthCare open enrollment period is over for 2014.  For more information click on HealthCare.gov.
  • Generations Online offers ‘Easy Internet and more for Seniors ‘ (Available at the Library ~ the link is located on the desktop of each public internet computer on the main floor)

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Students

  • Great Websites for Kids  – Animals, The Arts, History & Biography, Literature & Languages, Mathematics & Computers, Reference Desk, Sciences, Social Sciences
  • Grolier Online for Kids   3 atlases, American Heritage dictionaries (children’s, student,  Spanish to English and English to Spanish), New Book of Popular Science, world newspapers and resources for teachers.
  • Learning Express Library will help you today with your studies and tomorrow as you look ahead to further  your education.  School Center  will help improve math and reading comprehension skills for elementary (4th grade), middle school , through high school  students.  For the higher grades subjects like science, logic, statistics, and trigonometry are included. College Preparation Center   concentrates on preparation for the ACT, SAT, AP, PSAT, and TOEFL.

To access a Learning Express tutorial, test, or eBook, all new users must register by clicking “Register Now” in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Register” to the right of any product title. On the registration window, users provide their name and a valid email address, create a password, and click “Create Account”. These are all required fields. The email address will become the username and will also be used for password reset, if needed.  All returning users simply enter theri username and password in the “Sign in to Your Account” section in the lower right corner of the homepage or “Login” to the right.   For College Planning and Financial Aid, see Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center.

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