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Academic Search Premier (ELM): full-text scholarly articles in a variety of subjects.

Alt Health Watch (ELM): holistic and alternative health care and wellness resources.

Ancestry Library Edition: census, birth, marriage, death records and more. Only accessible in libraries.

ArchiveGrid (ELM): historical documents, personal papers, and family histories from around the world. Only accessible in libraries.

Britannica Encyclopedia (ELM) Click to access in the library. :: Click to access from home.

Business Source Premier (ELM): full-text journal articles and business reports.

CAMIO (ELM): OCLC’s Catalog of Art Museum Image Online

Consumer Health Complete (ELM): reliable information on health related topics.

Educator’s Reference Complete (ELM): resources related to administration, funding and policy in education.

ERIC (ELM): Education Resource Information Center provides access to education literature and resources.

Expanded Academic ASAP (ELM): full-text coverage on a wide-range of topics including social sciences, education and science.

Explora (ELM): provides a safe, trustworthy environment for students to look up articles and facts for research papers or class projects.

Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia (ELM): indexes over 25,000 records, covering an array of topics.

Gale Power Search (ELM): search multiple databases at the same time – great for middle & high school research

Health Source: Consumer Edition (ELM): find reliable health related articles from magazines, pamphlets and reference books.

Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition (ELM): find scholarly full text journals focusing on many nursing and medical disciplines.

HeritageQuest Genealogy and Family History (from inside the library) :: (Click to access outside the library)

Research in Context: magazines, newspapers and reference works for junior high and middle school students.

Kids InfoBits (ELM): information on current events, arts, sciences, health, people, government, sports, history and more for grades K-5.

LearningExpress Library for Adult Learning (ELM): achieve your educational and career goals with Computer Skills Center and Job & Career Accelerator program. 

LitFinder (ELM): covers world literature, poetry and authors throughout history.

MAS ULTRA School Edition (ELM): full-text periodicals covering general reference, health, science, and other areas.

MasterFILE Premier (ELM): full-text periodicals covering general reference, business, health, education, general science, etc.

MegaFILE (ELM): Search Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, MasterFILE Premier and Regional Business News with one search.

Middle Search Plus (ELM): full-text popular, middle school magazines, in addition to thousands of biographies and historical essays.

Minnesota Reflections: A Minnesota Digital Library project offering resources on Minnesota’s history and geography.

MNLINK: NEW and IMPROVED. Request materials from other MN libraries using MNLINK interlibrary loan. Request materials from any device. Watch this brief video to learn more about the new format:

Points of View Reference Center (ELM): Find articles and other resources designed to provide multiple sides of a current issue.

Primary Search (ELM): for elementary school libraries and contains full text popular, elementary school magazines.

Professional Development Collection (ELM): children’s health and development to cutting-edge pedagogical theory and practice.

ProQuest Newsstand Complete (ELM): access to over 350 full-text newspapers enabling users to search the latest news from around the world.
Access ProQuest in the library
Access ProQuest away from the library

Regional Business News (ELM): access to regional business newspapers.

Science Reference Center (ELM): research database providing easy access to a multitude of full text science-oriented content.

WorldCat: WorldCat is a global catalog of library collections. Find the materials you are looking for in a library near you! Ask your librarian for help in requesting items you find in WorldCat.

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