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National Library Week:  April 13 - 19, 2014

Celebrate National Library Week with us!  

Enjoy fine forgiveness all week (look under the bed--now's the time to bring in long overdue items!). 

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To get started, you will need a recent 14-digit Verona Public Library card.  If you haven't already created a password for your library account, visit our catalog to do so (this password will be the same for both eBooks & your library account).  You're ready to begin! 
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The Verona Public Library Online Catalog

Search our catalog from home!  You may also access your account to see what you've checked out, find out when items are due, renew your books or place a reserve. Click on "My Account" in the left column to sign in (have your library card ready--it will ask for your barcode number). If you'd just like to look for an item, click "Search Catalog."

For assistance, stop in the Library's Reference Department or see our Online Tutorial.

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Reference Databases
Instead of using Google, try searching our databases for up-to-date information on a variety of topics.  Use them for homework assignments, consumer and health information, learning a language, genealogy research, or for finding old newspaper articles.

These databases provide full-text information from hundreds of magazines, newspapers, and reference sources, including the Historical New York Times and Encyclopædia Britannica.  Type in the number on your Verona Public Library card for full access at home or in the Library.  Click here for even more!

The Historical New York Times provides full images of articles from the first issue of the newspaper in 1851 (then called the New York Daily Times) until three years before the current year.

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Encyclopædia Britannica Online provides the full content of the current Encyclopædia Britannica as well as the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, video clips, quotations, and links to more than 130,000 websites.

E.B. Provided by the Friends of the Verona Public Library

For kids' databases, visit our Homework Help Page.



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