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Online Catalog (OPAC)
Electronic Resources

Social Security Express

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Marshall High School Yearkbooks

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Oral History Interviews

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Marshall area newspapers

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MPL on YouTube 

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An award-winning online curriculum for young children, from Age of Learning, Inc. Free at our library.

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Free access in the library or remote.
For remote use, log in with your MPL barcode.

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Free access in the library or remote. For remote use, log in with your MPL barcode.

 

Password inside library:  marshall
Password from anywhere outside of the library:
remote

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Find your ancestors’ stories.
Discover yours.
For use only in library. 
No username/password needed.

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3M Cloud Library

Start here to download the app for your device.  Additional instructions can be found here. Once the app is downloaded, you can access the catalog and dowload books.

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Simply log-in with your library barcode to access wonderful resources which includes ebooks, encyclopedia entries, videos, games, science experiments, and much more!

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To dowload ebooks, create an account and by using your 14 digit library code number.

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Glassdoor is your free inside look at jobs and companies - salary details, company reviews, and interview questions.

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Use your library barcode to log-in.

 

Home Resource Weblinks

Resource Weblinks

Financial Literacy Tools

Financial literacy is a very important aspect of our lives today. It includes understanding how a checking account works, what using a credit card really means, and how to avoid debt. Financial literacy affects the daily decisions a family makes when trying to balance a budget, buy a home, plan for their children's education, and save for retirement.The American Library Association (ALA) offers informaton about a variety of financial literacy resources.

 

 

Free Online Classes

For more than a decade, the GCFLearnFree.org program has helped millions around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. From Microsoft Office and email to reading, math, and more, GCFLearnFree.org offers 125 tutorials, including more than 1,100 lessons, videos, and interactives, completely free.  You can view one tutorial or complete an entire class. offer  This website offers 125 tutorials on the subjects you need to continue your education—or get it started. This classroom is open 24 hours a day and serves people from around the world. Join the 18 million people from all walks of life who have come to the site to learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. All you need is an Internet connection. Just follow this link to get started.

 

Publications.gov

Publications.USA.gov is operated by the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC), U.S. General Services Administration. It serves as a central source of information about federal government publications helpful to citizens.  Many categories of information are available, including animals, cars, computers, consumer protection, education, employment, family, federal programs, food, going green, health, history, housing, money, small business and travel.

If print copies are available, publications are free. If print copies are unavailable for distribution, you may download and print copies of these publications for free.  Standard shipping is free in the U.S., to territories, provinces, and APO/FPO/DPO destinations.

 

Need Help Finding Your Next Book to Read?

Just finished a great book and unsure what to read next? Maybe you didn't really like that last selection and are ready to try something new.

We may be able to help! We have created a series of bookmarks that recommend additional authors if you like a certain type of book or a certain author. Feel free to ask at the circulation desk and we will be happy to show you where these bookmarks are and help you locate any of the books you might be interested  in.

You can also take a look at the "What Should I Read Next?" website which allows you to search by title or author.  The system then makes recommendations based on your search. Kirkus Reviews is another great site full of book reviews and helpful hints. Goodreads is also full of reviews. book lists, and suggestions.

Also be sure to take a look at the great book displays we have around the library. Materials in these displays are for check-out. Many times these are great books that you might not notice on the shelf. 

For a list of our new additions, be sure to pick up a copy of our newsletter in the library or you can read it here online! New materials added to the collection are always listed on the last page.

 
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