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Research Help at the Library

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Plymouth District Library offers a variety of research tools both in book format and in electronic format. If you are visiting the Library, Help Desks are located on all levels of the building.  Please ask us... that's why we are here!

Materials in electronic format may be accessed through computers at public workstations throughout the Library and remote access for those who have valid Plymouth District Library Cards.




Online research products include:

  
Current Newspapers such as the Detroit Free Press, New York Times and many more.

Magazine Articles from both popular magazines and scholarly journals on a variety of topics, primarily full-text.  These articles may be printed, saved, or emailed to yourself.

Virtual Reference Library of full-text sets of research books covering a wide variety of topics such as history, medicine, science, business, the environment and multicultural studies.

Research Databases from reliable sources such as Standard and Poors, Morningstar, Chilton's Auto Repair Manuals, Consumer Reports and many others covering diverse topics such as genealogy, language learning, investing, art, health, literature, social studies etc.

Historic Newspapers - Search the New York Times (1851-2010) and the Detroit Free Press (1831-1922) and see images of the actual pages of the newspaper.  Images may be printed or emailed to yourself.

Gale Courses - A wide variety of online courses that last six weeks and may be accessed any time of the day from the comfort of  your home computer.  Topics include business, technology, health care, law, education, finance and personal enrichment.

Research Links by Subject - Links to quality sites on the web selected by librarians in the areas of ESL, Genealogy, Government, Health & Wellness, Investing, Job Search, Law, Michigan, Music, Ready Reference and Senior Resources


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Wireless access is provided using a public, unsecured network.
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