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Research Help

  • Academic Search Complete 
    Includes peer-reviewed full text for STEM research, as well as for the social sciences and humanities.
    A genealogical and local history source that includes the U.S. Federal Censuses from 1790-1930, the American Genealogical Biographical Index, passenger lists and more. In-Library use only.
  • Applied Science and Technology Source 
    Full-text and indexed content covering the full spectrum of the applied sciences and computing disciplines from acoustics to aeronautics, neural networks to nuclear engineering.
  • Art and Architecture Source 
    Full-text art research covering fine, decorative and commercial art, as well as architecture and architectural design.
  • MyHeritage Library Edition 
    Family history resource including more than 6 billion historical ​records from the United States, Europe, Latin America, and other regions. Includes the full USA federal census (1790-1940); census of England and Wales (1841-1901); U.S. World War II Army Enlistment as well as records of Union and Confederate Civil War soldiers. Over 2 billion family trees.
  • NoveList Plus 
    Get help finding your next book to read based on books you’ve read or topics you’re interested in. Includes lesson plans, book discussion guides, and recommended reading lists.

Business and Job Resources

  • Business Book Summaries 
    Concise yet comprehensive summaries to help professionals and students keep up with the latest information in the business world. A wide range of topics is covered including business biographies, change management, communication, entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing, personal growth, productivity and technology.
  • Demographics Now 
    Assess business viability – start-up and growth, create sales leads and marketing mailing lists, complete location analyses and business plans, analyze population trends using comprehensive business, census, and demographic data.
  • Helping Hand 
    Helps Michigan citizens facing economic hardship find services related to jobs, training, unemployment benefits, health care, housing, and family support.
  • LearningExpress Library 
    Seven interactive learning centers, including career preparation and adult core skills.
  • Veterans’ Employment and Training Services (VETS) 
    Serving America’s veterans and separating service members with resources for employers, women, hiring initiatives, families, and compliance assistance.