Online Research Tools
 

Ancestry Library
Access census and other records for genealogical research. This databases is only available within our library.

Asbury Park Press: www.app.com

Login: fmarks@lmxac.org

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Corfacts - Reach nearly 65,000 New Jersey Businesses, Top Officers, Plant Managers, HR Contacts, Buyers. Create Mailing Lists, Prospect Lists, or Update Your Contact Database.  Corfacts Remote Access - Outside of the library access

Ebsco - the platform for many well-known library databases such as Novelist,  History Reference Center, and more.  Ebsco Remote Access - Outside of the Library. Accessible from anywhere with your LBFPL card number (no spaces).

Global Road Warrior
Access all kinds of pertinent, up to date travel data for locations worldwide. From maps to restaurant information there is just about anything the global traveler needs to know.


eBooks from Ebsco - thousands of online books
 

Jersey Clicks
A new statewide portal featuring full- text databases in business, health, education and more.  With your library card you can search full text magazines, journals and encyclopedias. 

 

Job and Career Accelerator
the industry's most comprehensive, online job search system that puts job seekers on the Fast Track to getting hired. You must have a library card to register. If you do not have one, please visit the library to receive your free card today. 

DECEMBER'S Online Resource

 

The staff of the Long Branch Free Public Library wishes you a healthy and happy holiday!  In the interests of helping you stay healthy, we recommend the database www.healthynj.org.  This website was created and is maintained by Rutgers University.  There is a search bar to the right of the logo “Rutgers University Healthy NJ Information    for Healthy Living”.  You can type a specific subject here and click on the word “GO” or you can search alphabetically by subject.  (More about that later!) 

            On the left under the logo, there are four tabs: “About Healthy NJ,” “Apps & Interactive Tools,” “A-Z,” and “Featured.”  The “Featured” tab currently provides links  to information on ebola.  The heading “Health in New Jersey” appears below those four tabs.   Ten more tabs relating to New Jersey are provided.  These range from “Disaster & Emergency Information,” “Community Health Organizations,” and “County Health Resources” to “Health Statistics.”  In between, you will find tabs to help you find health care facilities or a health care provider.  There is also a link in Spanish.

            The center section is divided into two parts, “Health & Wellness” and “Diseases & Conditions.”  There are nine tabs under “Health & Wellness”: “A to Z,”  “Interactive Tools              & Trackers,” “Diet, Food, & Nutrition,” “Exercise & Fitness,” “Diversity,” “Child Health,” “Women,” “Men,” and “Seniors.”  “Diseases & Conditions” also has the tabs “A to Z,” “Interactive Tools & Trackers” and the four tabs for age and gender, but the tab for children’s issues is called “Children” rather than “Child Health.”  In addition, “Diseases & Conditions”   has the following tabs: “Cancer,” “Diabetes & Complications,” and “Lungs & Breathing.”

The “A to Z” tab leads to the exact same list, whether you click on “A to Z” where it appears directly under the Rutgers logo, under “Health & Wellness,” or under “Diseases & Conditions.”  Click on “A to Z” and select the English or Spanish version.  “A to Z” includes physical and psychological conditions.  It also includes such topics as adoption, advance directives/living wills, Affordable Care Act, and bullying.  The “Interactive Tools & Trackers” under “Diseases & Conditions” differs from the one under “Health & Wellness.”  The former includes symptom checklists from several different sources.

On the far right-hand side of the main page are two more sections.  “Reference Desk”    has 11 more tabs:  “Dictionaries,” “Directories,” “Drug Resources,” “Full Text Books & Journals,” “Images & Videos,” “Medical Databases,” “NJ Consumer Health Libraries,” “NJ Health Science Libraries,” “Practice Guidelines” (which contains links to the webpage for the professional association for that specialty), “Statistics,” and “Tutorial.”  There is also a section entitled “Just For Kids & Teens.” This section has tabs for “Homework & Science Stuff,”    “New Jersey Stuff” (parks, amusement parks, and museums), “Sickness,” and “Wellness.”

The staff in the new computer area on the first floor will be happy to help you learn to navigate www.healthynj.org.  Staff in the Technology & Career Center is available to provide one-to-one assistance.  Although there are no longer any public internet computers on the lower level, the staff on the lower level will be glad to show you the wide range of information available on this site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Kovels - New
Visit this to sign up for a free account for access to information about antiques and  collectibles  including price.


Learning Express - Learn A Test
Take practice tests in the following areas: GED, Basic Skills, Civil Service, Cosmetology, EMS (Emergency Medical Services), Firefighter, Law Enforcement,  Military,  Online Courses  (SAT Preparation), Postal Services, Real Estate, Teaching,  and US Citizenship.  You must register with a valid library card number. 
 

Live Mocha

The world’s largest language learning community, is available free with your library card. There are 38 languages available to study, using  “beans” or  “coins” to obtain lessons.  User registration with an email address and  your library card number as your password is required  to receive free language lessons.  (Speakers or headphones are required.)  Please ask the staff if you need help.

 

Zinio Magazine Service

Sign in to read current issues of many, many magazines in their entirety.