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  • BookFlix: (POWER Library) Children's fictional video storybooks and related nonfiction ebooks.
  • Business Source Main Edition: (POWER Library) General business magazines, scholarly journals and trade periodicals. Full text starts in 1985.
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  • Daily Local News Index: (In Library Use Only) Index to major stories from 1985 to 2005.
  • Driver's Education - Practice Tests and Handbooks: Free online driver education program for individuals preparing to take permit exams at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Contains practice tests and handbooks for automobile and motorcycle driving, including the following state-specific information:
    • 10 car practice tests
    • 5 motorcycle practice tests
    • 3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests
    • 3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
    • An FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions
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  • ebooks on EBSCOhost: (POWER Library) Full text books in a variety of fields
  • Explora: (POWER Library) Provides subject overviews, full text for magazine articles, an image collection and AP clips.
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  • Flipster: Access 42 digital magazines anywhere you are with an active Chester County Library System card. Simple and convenient to use, especially when on-the-go and traveling! Some titles include: HGTV Magazine, Rolling Stone, Clean Eating, Real Simple, and House Beautiful.
  • Foundation Online Directory Quick Start: Includes basic profiles of nearly 90,000 U.S. foundations. Users can search by name, EIN, and location. Profiles include a foundation's background, purpose and activities statement, program area(s), fields of interest, financial data, and 990-PFs. For more advanced search options, such as program and interest field searches, visit the Chester County Library, Exton, to use Foundation Directory Online Professional
  • Foundation Directory Online Professional: (In-library use at Chester County Library only. Desktop computer access only.) A premier grantseeking research tool. Includes over 140,000 U.S. foundations and corporate donors, over three million recent grants, and over half a million key decision makers. Updated weekly.
  • Foundation Grants to Individuals Online: (In-library use at Chester County Library only. Desktop computer access only.) Find funders that provide scholarships, fellowships, grants, and a wide range of financial support to individuals.
  • Foundation Maps: (In-library use at Chester County Library desktops only. Desktop computer access only.) The Foundation Center's interactive mapping tool. Display grantmaker, grant recipient, and grants data using maps, charts, and lists.

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  • Gale Virtual Reference Library: A collection of reference titles in the arts, biography, business, education, environment, general reference, history, literature, medicine, nation and world, science, and the social sciences.
  • GreenFILE: (POWER Library) Information covering all aspects of human impact on the environment.

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  • HeritageQuest: Genealogy and local history resources including periodical articles.
       
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  • Mango Languages: Mango is the fast, easy, and most effective way to learn to speak a foreign language. 
  • MasterFile Premier Provides subject overviews, full text for magazine articles, an image collection and AP clips. Excellent resource for student research and classroom instruction. Information is rich, reliable, and easy-to-use.
  • Middle Search Main Edition (POWER Library) Full text magazine articles, biographies and historical essays, primary source documents, images, maps and flags.
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  • netLibrary: see eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • Newspaper Source Plus: (POWER Library) Full text for 40+ U.S. and international newspapers. Selected full text for 330 U.S. regional newspapers.
  • New York Times Includes articles from the New York Times from 1981 to the present, and an archive from 1851-1922. To access within a library, create a free account on nytimes.com and log in with your email address and password. 
  • NextReads: Book suggestions in up to twenty different subject areas delivered to your email.  Find the NextReads Archives here.
  • NoveList Plus Find reading recommendations including reviews, lists, articles, and more. Use NoveList to find read-alikes in both fiction and non-fiction for readers of all ages. NoveList also has series information, award winners, best-of lists, top ten lists, and much more!
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  • OneSource Global Business Browser- (access from home or library) Information on international companies, industry reports and market research. Information on large American corporations, as well.
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  • Science Reference Center: (POWER Library) 
  • SIRS Discoverer: (POWER Library) Full-text articles and images for students from national and international newspapers, magazines and government documents.
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  • Teacher Reference Center: (POWER Library) Indexing and abstracts for 260 journals and magazines for teachers and administrators.
  • TrueFlix: is a multimedia literacy-based read aloud experience for young children that includes: interactive games, author biographies, video adaptations, Spanish translated pairs, read alouds, and digital nonfiction flipbooks.

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  • U.S. Consumers / Lifestyles Use this database of over 203 million U.S. consumers for market research or to locate friends and relatives. 
  • U.S. Healthcare: 855,000 records of doctors and dentists, all of which have been phone-verified. 
  • U.S. New Businesses: 50,000 new businesses added weekly; identify local business trends and build client base. 
  • U.S. New Movers/Homeowners: More than 300,000 movers and homeowners added weekly. Great source for small businesses and entrepreneurs to expand client base. 
  • U.S. Standard White Pages: Use this database of over 89 million U.S. resident for market research or to locate friends and relatives.