Learning games In-library use only
Missouri Libraries 2 Go:
ORL's connection for ebooks and e-audiobooks. (Also listed in ORL catalogue)
Free, open-source resource for ebooks
Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library:
Free library service for Missourians who are unable to use standard print
Ancestry Library Edition:
In-library use only
American genealogical database
Ozark Regional History:
A mixed-media collection of our region's history curated by the library
State Historical Society of Missouri:
Past issues of Missouri newspapers
Financially Literate? Check out this site — Missouri State Treasurer's Financial Literacy Portal
A suite of resources for veterans to polish their skills for civilian jobs and find resources to aid veterans and their families, from resumes to navigating the VA system.
This award-winning resource provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, self-help support. Articles are correlated to state, national and provincial standards. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying and LGBTQ+ information. It has recently been updated to meet the needs of today’s teens and with new content on bullying, suicide, vaping, opioid abuse, gender identity, school safety, sexual harassment, COVID-19 and more.
Empower learners with digital citizenship skills to navigate today’s virtual landscape. Interactive activities guide students through project-based learning activities using digital tools to create podcasts, multimedia presentations, social media campaigns, and more. Database articles explore cyberbullying, digital research skills, citizen journalism, and more. Digital Literacy will give your students and patrons the skills to be savvy digital citizens!
The Rosen Financial Literacy database makes economics and personal finance easy to understand and highly engaging. Articles explore macro-, micro-, and global economics as well as personal and household finance. Users will learn to manage credit and debt, save and invest with confidence, plan for college and retirement and avoid fraud and scams. Financial Literacy is an online economics and personal finance resource specifically designed for students in grades 7–12, but can easily benefit adults.