There is a great deal of information on the Internet that is not accessible for free. The Ardmore Public Library subscribes to a number of databases that provide valuable information for our users.
If you are IN
the Library use these links to get to these resources:
Access to census records and more to aid in family research.
Information for genealogists, including access to National Archives
Family records search to aid those trying to trace their
|Books, Newspapers, and
Searchable access to the Daily Ardmoreite from 1894-1977, digitized from our microfilm.
Articles from hundreds of magazines and scholarly journals, with
full-text available for most.
Search for books, magazines, videos, and more, owned by
libraries around the world.
Auto Repair Reference Center
Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC) is the most comprehensive
collection of automobile repair reference information on most
major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles.
Homework help available from live tutors as well as other study
Use this step-by-step tool to create a professional resume.
Language Learning for kids!
An online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
Learn a new language, online, on your schedule!
Webucator provides many self-paced technology and business
courses free for our library cardholders. Call or stop by to get
the voucher code you'll need to register and get started!
If you are NOT in
the Library - you're at home, school, or work - use these links to
get to these resources (and you'll need your library card number):
Books, Newspapers & Magazines