Resources for Students
Get Study Help or Learn a New Skill
Gale Courses: Gale courses are online instructor-led courses that run for six weeks. New sessions begin every month and can help you prepare for that big test or beef up your skills.
E-books & E-Audiobooks
Wisconsin's Digital Library with Libby/Overdrive: When doing a search you can limit items to “Available Now” to see items with no holds list. Also check out the “Lucky Day” books, a collection of titles that are available with no waiting required!
Hoopla: Any items in Hoopla are available for checkout immediately with no waiting and include e-books, e-audiobooks, graphic novels, and comics. (Limit of 4 per month.)
Transparent Languages: A fun, effective, and engaging experience for learners of all levels looking to build their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in a foreign language.
Find a Great Read
Custom Recommendations: We can provide you with a list of book recommendations customized for your child or teen. Just fill out this form and receive an emailed list via our youth services staff.
Novelist and Novelist K-8: To get started, follow the link and then choose "Literature." Readers' advisory service, with information on fiction titles as well as feature content including author read-alikes, book discussion guides, reading lists and more.
Research and More
Databases and Online Research Tools: See a full list of our online research tools and databases here. There are online encyclopedias, databases with full-text articles on a variety of topics, and more, all sorted by topic or interest.
Mobile Printing: You can print from home, on the go, or from a wireless device in the library with ePRINTit.