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Thursday, 16 July 2009
Online Access to ConsumerReports.org
Are you looking to buy a new car? Is your washing machine on its last leg? Perhaps you want to save a few dollars at the grocery store? Chances are that if you are interested in doing any of these things that you would turn to Consumer Reports magazine, one of the most trusted resources for information and advice on consumer products. In fact, Consumer Reports magazine is one of the most popular resources that the library provides.
That is why we are pleased to announce that we are now providing free online access to the Consumer Reports website, consumerreports.org. This is the largest paid subscription-based website in the world with 3.3 million paying subscribers. However, with your Logan Libary card you can access all of the content on consumerreports.org without any paid subscription fees. Remember to get free access to the Consumer Reports website, you must access it through the Electronic Databases page on the Logan Library website. A Logan Library card number and pin number are required for access outside of the library.
Posted By Logan Library at 12:48 PM
NetLibrary Now Supports iPods
If you have an iPod and want to download and listen to eAudiobooks, you're in luck. NetLibrary recently launched a new collection of eAudiobook titles that are compatible with virtually all MP3 players, including iPods. While the NetLibrary books in the WMA format still require specific players, the approximately 700 titles that are in the MP3 format can be played on virtually all MP3 players. Visit our NetLibrary page for more information about locating and listening to NetLibrary titles in the MP3 format.
Posted By Logan Library at 1:21 PM
Wednesday, 27 May 2009
Online Genealogy Research
As part of our online collection, The Logan Library subscribes to research databases that can help you research your genealogy.
Posted By Logan Library at 3:48 PM
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