A WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
We offer many library apps (online research databases) to assist your information quest. These are free to our patrons to use. Some apps require your Evergreen Indiana library card number (issued from MPL) to log-in. A few apps (e.g., Ancestry Library Edition) must be used onsite on the library campus, either in our computer labs or our wireless network. Our reference librarians will happily show you how to use these apps.
Click the hyperlinks (below) to access our library apps.
BookBrowse has a website devoted to “readalikes,” i.e., if you like a certain author or book, you might like these others. The website is searchable by book title or author. Please watch the video below to learn how to use BookBrowse:
BookBrowse – Exceptional Book Recommendations
BUSINESS & LEGAL APPS
AtoZdatabases: the premier Job Search, Business Reference, & Mailing List Database, which includes 2.3 million job listings, 30 million business profiles, 1.1 million healthcare professionals. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists & more! Please watch the video below to learn how to use AtoZdatabases:
AtoZdatabases – Business, Person, and Job Reference Data
AtoZdatabases (en Español)
AtoZdatabases es la referencia principal y base de datos de marketing comercializado a instituciones de oficinas de bibliotecas, oficinas académicas y oficinas gubernamentales en los Estados Unidos. Esta solucion simple, facil de usar bases web ofrece detalles sobre las empresas y los hogares dentro de los EE.UU.
American FactFinder provides access to data about the United States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. The data in American FactFinder come from several censuses and surveys. For more information see Using FactFinder and What We Provide.
Cypress Resume offers many online forms you may use to create a resume or cover letter. Search for the resume or cover letter that fits the job you’re applying for, then edit it to fit your needs. Please watch the following video to learn how to use Cyprus Resume:
Cypress Resume – Create Professional Documents That Land Interviews
Gale Indiana Legal Forms
Need legal forms specific to Indiana? Gale Indiana Legal Forms can help. When you click the link (above), if the screen says “login error,” simply refresh your web browser, and the login screen should then load. Log-in using your MPL-issued library card number. If prompted, the password is mooresville. If you have a library card issued from Morgan County Public Library, log-into Gale Indiana Legal Forms here. Click the video below to learn how to use Gale Indiana Legal Forms.
Gale LegalForms – Free Legal Forms
ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy is the leading and most comprehensive digital learning resource for children ages 2–8. With more than 9,000 Learning Activities and 850 lessons, the standards-based ABCmouse curriculum is available on computers, tablets, and smartphones and is used by millions of children at home, in more than 70,000 U.S. classrooms, and in nearly half of all U.S. public libraries.
Britannica Library and Britannica ImageQuest
Britannica Library has search engines designed for children, young adults, and reference. Britannica ImageQuest has loads of free downloadable pictures to use in reports or projects. An extensive array of knowledge in an easy-to-search format.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
When you click the link (above), a new screen will appear. Under “Find Your Location I.D.,” type 46158 in the text line, then click the orange SIGN-IN button on the right. If you are onsite at the library using our computer network, you will now be logged in and may proceed with searches, etc. If you’re offsite, you may need to log-in using your library card number. If prompted, the password is mooresville. Gale Virtual Reference Library provides a wide range of online resources, including health and medical information, in an easy-to-search database. Please watch the video below to learn how to use GVRL.
Gale Virtual Reference Library – Digital Reference Material
Indiana BMV Practice Driving Tests & Manuals
FREE practice driver’s license/permit tests and manuals are available for the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (IN-BMV).
INSPIRE offers magazines, encyclopedias, and other resources to all Indiana residents. Research current events, science, business, health, notable people, hobbies, and much more.
Courtesy of the Indiana State Library INSPIRE databases, we now have access to Rosetta Stone, the language learning software. Please watch the video below to learn how to use Rosetta Stone:
Rosetta Stone – Learn Languages Like Native Speakers
TumbleBookCloud is our middle school AND high school collection which contains over 600 titles! This collection contains a vast array of YA/Teen novels, classics, poetry, short stories, YA/Teen audiobooks, graphic novels, and educational videos.
TumbleBookCloud Junior (grades 3-8) contains early reader chapter books, children’s classics, graphic novels, children’s audio books and new National Geographic videos – many of which are paired with our e-books. Over 600 titles available.
TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of TumbleBooks, animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. Username: Mooresville — Password: libra
Please watch the video below to learn how to use TumbleBookLibrary:
TumbleBook Library – Picture Books and Kids Videos
MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS (DIGITAL)
Hoosier State Chronicles
Indiana’s digital historic newspaper program, Hoosier State Chronicles, has many hard-to-find old newspapers from the 19th and 20th centuries available online.
Read digital magazines FREE on your mobile devices. Please watch the video below to learn how to use RBdigital:
RBdigital – eBooks, Audiobooks, Magazines, and More
Ancestry Library Edition
You MUST be physically at the library campus (connected to our computer network or wireless) to access this database.
Need help using Ancestry Library Edition? Please watch the following video:
Ancestry Library Edition – Access Genealogical Records of Billions
Heritage Quest allows you to search for census data, books on family and local histories and more!
Legacy Links Obituary Finder
Legacy Links is a database of 19,000+ local obituaries, made available through 2001-2002 Indiana Heritage Research Grant. Legacy Links is available via this site by clicking on the above hyperlink.