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Access ConsumerReports.Org With Your Logan Library Card
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.
But did you know that you don't have to visit the library to use Consumer Reports? That's right, the Logan Library provides 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 Library 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 2:09 PM / Category:Online Research
Staff Reading Pick
Here is another reading pick from the Logan Library Staff.
Book: Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier
Recommended by: Melanie, Librarian
Daughter of the Forest, though based on an ancient Celtic legend, is so much more. Set in the Celtic world where old magic struggles with new religion, young Sorcha, must face insurmountable challenges to save her brothers. This is the first in a series that is a beautifully written, magical story of loyalty and love.
Want more reading suggestions? View previous staff picks.
Posted By Logan Library at 3:31 PM / Category:Staff Picks
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