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Funded by Latah County Library District

Registered card-holders of the Latah County Library District may access LCLD databases remotely using the 14-digit barcode on the library card.

 

BookBrowse offers online magazines with in-depth reviews; handpicked “if you like this, try these” recommendations; browsing by genre, time period, geographical setting and theme; advice on starting & running a book club; the opportunity to invite authors to chat with your book club by phone; and much more!


Click Here to access Consumer Reports.org from any of the Latah Library Branches

Click Here to access Consumer Reports.org from home

Consumer Reports.org provides access to Consumer Reports' unbiased product and service ratings and recommendations, selections from the latest issue of Consumer Reports, a searchable archive of the past four years of ratings, Consumer Reports' exclusive product- and car-reliability reports, comprehensive decision guides, the ability to participate in expert discussions, access to consumer/user reviews, and much more.



Britannica Online Reference Center includes the Encyclopaedia Britannica and other valuable resources for adults and older students.

 



Britannica Online for Kids contains Compton’s Encyclopedia, Britannica Elementary, and a wealth of other age-appropriate material for younger students and children.

 

 

Travelers, students, and business people can find country information, culture reports, high-resolution color maps, flags, and photos, all presented in a consistent 97-category framework for each country.

 

 

 

Novelist graphic NoveList Plus - a database for readers that now includes nonfiction. Find similar books, books in series, and more.

Click here to access NoveList Plus from any of the Latah Library Branches

Click here to access NoveList Plus from home


 


Novelist K-8 graphic Novelist K-8 Plus - a reader's database for youth that also includes nonfiction.

Click here to access NoveList K-8 Plus from any of the Latah Library Branches

Click here to access NoveList K-8 Plus from home


 

To access NoveList Plus from your phone: NoveList Mobile

Whether you want to learn a language for personal enrichment, for business or to get ready to travel abroad, Powerspeak Languages offers an arsenal of approaches that combine systematic learning processes with innovative, yet proven, methods tailored specifically to each language. Your computer should have Adobe Flash version 10 installed to use PowerSpeak.  Click here to check your version and to download if necessary. 



The Testing & Education Reference Center provides current information on colleges and universities, available scholarships and financial aid, eBooks on test preparation (including the GED), preparatory online entrance tests and study aids, and more.

 

 


World Vital Records


Learn more about your family history and genealogy by searching through more than 4.2 billion records, including vital records, at WorldVitalRecords

 

 

Funded by VALNet Consortium

            
OverDrive
makes a growing downloadable audio and e-book collection available to our patrons. To see what's currently available and to download an e-book or e-audiobook, click here.


Funded by LiLi

 


Idaho taxpayers fund a vast array of databases through LiLI (libraries linking Idaho). Call the Moscow library at 882-3925 during open hours for the password.




The Idaho Career Information System (CIS) is now available to patrons of the Latah County Library District.  Idaho CIS is a comprehensive online information system for career exploration and planning, tailored for Idaho residents.  This project offers career development, employment, and unemployment benefits resources to the citizens of Idaho via the CIS and IdahoWorks databases.  Contact your local Latah library for password information.