To access these databases outside of a library branch, you may be asked to enter a valid County of Lennox & Addington Libraries card number (using no spaces) and PIN. Please note that we have had to end our subscriptions with several of our databases as a result of the cuts to the provincially funded Tier 1 program.
Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online family history resource – including historical records, photos, stories, family trees and a collaborative community of millions. Note: There is no remote access available for this product, it is only available on the Library’s catalogue stations and wireless network at our branches.
Full-text consumer oriented information for all issues dealing with health and wellness, from mainstream medicine to complementary, holistic and integrated medicine. Note: Input your library card number when prompted and you will be directed to the EBSCO suite of databases. From there, click Consumer Health Complete in English or French.
Mango makes learning a new language fast and easy! Choose from a wide variety of languages and learn everything from basic words and phrases to practical conversation for everyday situations. Learn a new language at your own pace with Mango’s fun interactive lessons. Note: If prompted, login with your library card number.
Frontier Life is a digital collection of primary sources including material from the Hudson Bay Archives and the Glenbow Archives. It is designed to enrich teaching and research, examining settlement, existence and interactions at the edge of the Anglophone world from 1650-1920.
Are you stuck for a good book to read? NoveList is your complete guide to fiction for adults and young adults. Children, from kindergarten to grade 8, can use Novelist K-8. Note: Input your library card number when prompted and you will be directed to the EBSCO suite of databases. From there, click the Novelist product of your choice.
Essays, magazine and newspaper articles, radio transcripts that present opposing sides of a current issue, covering 100 key topics of interest to Canadian students and researchers. Topics include: social issues, human rights, crime, race, ethics, substance abuse, environment and many more. Note: Input your library card number when prompted and you will be directed to the EBSCO suite of databases. From there, click Canadian Points of View.