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Academic Search Elite
A renowned scholarly resource providing superior full-text, academic journals covering the major areas of academic research.
Consumer Health Complete
Health and wellness from mainstream medicine to complementary, holistic and integrated medicines.
Explore over 1,400 magazine titles in this Flipster trial from EBSCO. Includes popular Canadian and international titles like Cosmopolitan, Maclean’s, People, Sports Illustrated, and Time. Browse categories for Art & Design; Business; Entertainment; Fitness & Health; Food & Cooking; Home & Garden; Science & Technology and more. Browse French and Spanish language titles.
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Gale Home Learning
Gale, a leading educational publishing company, is offering free access to resources for teaching and learning. Resources include:
- Educational resources for students from Pre-K through Undergraduate
- Social emotional learning (SEL) resources
- Information on health and global issues
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Find eBooks for business, health, religion, and science topics. Find information on cultural topics like fashion and food. Includes titles from the Experiments for Future STEM Professionals series.
Kanopy is a video streaming platform for libraries with one of the largest and most unique collections in the world. It features more than 26,000 movies, documentaries, and indie and foreign films from hundreds of producers, including The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, Kino Lorber, PBS and thousands of independent filmmakers. Browse by subjects to explore and expand your interests.
Each library member receives 6 checkouts (play credits) per month. VIRL has a monthly service cap, which overrides available checkouts. This cap resets on the 1st of the following month. Kanopy Kids and the Great Courses require no play credits. The message “Access is temporarily unavailable” or “This film is not available at your library yet” indicates that the library has reached its monthly budget cap.