The North Madison County Public Library System has many electronic services available for registered library patrons. These resources include access to e-books, e-magazines, digital audiobooks, and databases for learning a foreign language, creating a professional resume, researching your genealogy, searching newspaper archives and discovering academic resources through INSPIRE.
JLG Digital Platform – Free E-book streaming all summer long!
Junior Library Guild is currently offering FREE e-book streaming all summer long! This means as long as you have an internet connection, you can go online and read any of the e-books in their catalog, no library card required.
With JLG Gold Standard eBooks for Elementary, Middle School and High School students, JLG Digital gives you unlimited access to read books online from any device, for free until fall 2020. The streams can be found by clicking the links below:
Sign up for our weekly Wowbrary newsletter to stay up-to-date on the newest books, DVDs, and audiobooks that have been added to our collection in the last week, and to get updates about our programs!
Niche Academy offers many tutorials, from how to use the library’s e-services, to computer skills such as Microsoft Office and much more!
With Hoopla, you can have immediate access to movies, full music albums, e-Books,
e-Audiobooks, TV Episodes, and Graphic Novels.
All of this content is available to our patrons in one all-inclusive mobile app or website. The platform is simple, intuitive and free. Best of all? There is NO WAITING for titles, the collection contains half a million titles and is growing every day!
First time users of Hoopla will need to sign-up on the Hoopla app or website with your e-mail and library card number. PIN is also required. If you have forgotten your library card PIN, please contact us for assistance.
The library offers access to a collection of e-books, magazines and audiobook titles through the Overdrive/Libby app, available on iOS and Android devices. Download “Overdrive” or “Libby” from the App Store or Google Play Store, or visit the websites here: Overdrive – Libby
What’s the difference between OverDrive and Libby?
Libby is a new app released by OverDrive. It has the same collection of titles as the OverDrive app – it’s just a different way to access the same digital library collection. Libby is a fast and attractive digital browsing experience.
Libby is compatible with Android and iOS devices, with Kindle Fire compatibility coming soon. Libby is great if you just want to download a book to your Android or iOS phone or tablet.
OverDrive is the “classic” app, and is compatible with more devices, including Kindle Fire, Macs, PCs, and Windows mobile devices. It also allows for transfer to MP3 players from computers.
Cypress Resume is the online resume builder that lets you create professional-quality resumes in three quick and simple steps from most devices with internet access. Once an account is setup using a device connected to the library’s network, this program can be accessed at home or anywhere you have access to the internet.
- The site can be accessed from most devices with internet access by clicking this link: cypressresume
- Log in with an active library card number
- Save resume as a PDF file to print or email
Nuwav Legal Documents is an online tool that lets you create professional-quality
documents in three simple steps:
1. Search for the document specific to your situation
2. Answer the questions in the web input form
3. Review and print your document
If you are accessing the Nuwav Legal Documents website on our library network, you do not need to log in. If you are outside of our network, you’ll need to log in with an active
library barcode number.
Please note that Internet Explorer is not supported on the Nuwav website. Please use Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Safari.
NoveList Plus is a trusted source of expert read-alike recommendations, available through libraries around the world.
NoveList Plus has reading recommendations for both fiction and nonfiction, for all ages. It’s expertise in books and reading means that you’ll always get the best help for finding just the right books.
INSPIRE is Indiana’s Virtual Online Library. INSPIRE is a collection of online academic databases and other information resources that can be accessed by Indiana residents.
- Full-text magazine and journal articles
- Full-text historic newspapers
- Testing and Education Reference Center
- Rosetta Stone
- and much more
The site can be accessed from any internet-connected device within the state of Indiana by clicking this link: Inspire
Begin searching by typing in the box or click search by subject.
The number 1 source of information on businesses and people for small business owners, marketing professionals, researchers, and job seekers. Reference USA helps the user create marketing plans, conduct competitive analysis, raise funds and locate people.
Using your library card number from any internet-connected device check out this tremendous new resource, Reference USA.
As a resident of Indiana, you have access to Rosetta Stone through INSPIRE. Learn to speak a new language with 30 different languages available. You are able to access this resource from any internet-connected device within the state of Indiana.
Due to the current pandemic crisis, TumbleBooks is giving all Indiana Public Libraries free access to their products for a limited time.
TumbleBooks – ebooks for K – 6th grade.
TumbleMath – math ebooks for K – 6th grade.
TeenBookCloud – ebooks for 7th – 12th grade.
AudioBookCloud – audiobooks for all ages.
RomanceBookCloud – steamy romance novels for the older crowd.
You are able to access these resources from any internet-connected device without a library card.
Discover The USA, Other Countries, Maps, and Food from around the world!
The library offers access to A to Z The World, A to Z The USA , A to Z Maps Online, and A to Z The World Food which are three of the world’s most comprehensive source of country information. Some of the topics that are covered on each country are:
- Climate and Weather
- Culture and Society
- Human Rights
- Historic Figures
- Holidays and Festivals
- Lesson Plans
- Food Culture