Books & Libraries
Indiana State Library
The Indiana State Library was established in 1825 to provide library services to Indiana’s state governmental officials and employees. Since that time, the responsibilities of the State Library have expanded to provide services to all citizens of Indiana. Just as the Library of Congress serves as the historical repository for our nation, the State Library is responsible for collecting and preserving all types of information and data about the state of Indiana.
Indiana's Virtual Online Library. INSPIRE is a collection of online academic databases and other information resources that can be accessed by Indiana residents. INSPIRE includes full-text magazine and journal articles, websites, pamphlets, images, almanacs, full-text historic newspapers, multimedia, library catalogs, and much more. In most cases, INSPIRE provides cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts of all articles that appear in every periodical with the exception of some newspapers. Only letters to the editor, advertisements, and some images are excluded for copyright reasons.
Peabody Public Library
South Whitley Community Public Library
Noble County Public Library
Allen County Public Library
New York Times Bestsellers
The library keeps track of the adult fiction and non-fiction lists and marks which books we own and which are on order.
Oprah's Book Club
50 Best Young Adult Books
Recommended by a student, this site lists 50 recommendations of the best fiction books for young adults. "Some are old classics and others are recent bestsellers, but they will all help to entertain and educate."
Local & Government
Indiana Dept. of Revenue
The federal government's website dedicated to teaching the basics of financial education.
Indiana Legal Help
"Helping Hoosiers solve legal problems." This website helps people looking for civil legal aid (assistance with non-criminal issues, including family, housing, consumer, healthcare, benefits, employment, and educational services).
Provides free resources to help people understand their legal rights and solve legal problems
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