From Your Library:
Massachusetts residents have access to a wide array of Gale Databases, Encyclopedia Britannica, and newspapers and magazines. In addition, there are new databases for 2020 including HeritageQuest Genealogy, Career Transitions, Opposing Viewpoints, Science, and Research.
Explore the Leventhal Map Center and see the vast collection of digitized maps housed at the Boston Public Library.
With a BPL eCard, you can access courses business, software, technology, and creative skills through Lynda.com
The Digital Commonwealth is the home to thousands of historical collections from libraries, museums, and archives across Massachusetts.
Free For Now:
The free period for the additional Gale databases ended on June 30, 2020. Our regular Gale databases are available here.
InfoBase has provided Massachusetts with a suite of 16 educational databases, covering a wide range of topics:
Google Earth lets you explore the world without leaving your home. Tour places, play games and more.
Find a local Massachusetts library. Search its catalog for materials that you can check out immediately.
Can't find it?
If you find an item you want to borrow, just make a request and it'll be delivered to your home library in a few days.