Research & Lifelong Learning

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Consumer Reports is the premiere source for consumer product research.

Hoopla allows you to download six movies, TV shows, eBooks or audiobooks a month for free.
OneClick DigitalDighton's OneClick Digital subscription gives Dighton library users access to classics in ebook and audiobook form. Great for school projects!
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Novelist Plus helps you find more books that are like your favorites, new authors or all the books in that series you've been reading.
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Novelist Plus K-8 helps younger readers find new favorite books, new authors or all the books in that series. It helps kids find books at the right reading and interest levels.
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The Auto Reference Repair Center provides do-it-yourself repair information on most domestic and imported vehicles.

RB Digital

is a digital magazine subscription service.
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allows you to download 5 free songs each week and stream 3 hours of music.
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Transparent Language offers language instruction for over 80 languages - with personal progress tracking and pronunciation analysis. Here's how
Universal Class offers over 500 online continuing education courses in subjects such as diverse as guitar playing to algebra.Global Road Warrior
Global Road Warrior is great for planning trips and for information on those countries projects.
Heritage Quest Online

Heritage Quest Online offers genealogists to research their roots and family from the comfort of home.

A to Z World Travel provides free online travel guides for you to browse.

A to Z World Food explores world culture and food through an online cookbook.
Biblioboard offers access to primary sources, including full text books and photos; historical documents; and access to historical anthologies that explore places, events and themes across centuries. Great for school projects! This is part of the MA eBook Project, sponsored by the Mass Library System.

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