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Freegal® is a free music service from your library. All you need is your library card number and possibly a PIN if your library utilizes them. Freegal offers access to about 13 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists, and over 40,000 music videos. In .total the collection is comprised of music from over 40,000 labels with music that originates in over 100 countries. There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions
Comprehensive full-text content for many of the most popular hobbies, crafts and recreation activities today. This database offers detailed "how-to" instructions and creative ideas for hobby enthusiasts. Full text is provided from leading hobby and craft magazines, including Bead & Button, Creative Knitting, FineScale Modeler, Quilter's World, and many more.
Novelist is designed to help readers connect with great books. Using Novelist, you can enter a favorite title, author, series, or plot element, and find an extensive listing of suggested titles that you might also enjoy. Or if you already have a favorite genre, use Novelist to browse lists of books in that category to find authors and titles you might have missed.
Provides a wide selection of legal forms (including those specific to Indiana) across the most popular legal areas. Includes real estate contracts, wills, pre-marital agreements, bankruptcy, divorce, landlord tenant and many others.
(EBSCO): The richest collection of consumer health information available to libraries worldwide, topics include medical sciences, food sciences and nutrition, childcare, sports medicine and general health. (General)
The Value Line Investment Survey is one of the most widely used independent investment information services in the world. Provides a comprehensive source of information and advice on approximately 1,700 stocks in 98 industries, the stock market, and the economy.
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Looking for Accelerated Reader (AR) books for school? Read the Books will help you find the right book to read.
Read the Books gives links to local AR lists and also lists books by series, author, and topic to make it easy for kids to find accessible, interesting reading material.
Offers a free search of millions of titles of books, featuring many relevant research books.
hoopla is an innovative new service that partners with your local public library to bring you thousands of movies, television, music, and audiobook titles for free. There are no costs or hassles. All you need is a library card and a web browser, phone, or tablet.
Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and more from your local public library - anywhere, anytime. All you need is a library card.
Over 40,000 free ebooks, most in the public domain. Choose among ePub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.
A complete resource covering all aspects of the printed word. Find new books and authors based on your interests. Read about books, authors, and the publishing industry.
TumblePremium collection has over 1000 titles and is perfect for public libraries and elementary schools, with content most appropriate for those in grades K-6. It includes videos, animated books, books in French and Spanish and math stories.
A genealogy resource containing approximately 4000 databases of census; vital; church; court; emigration/immigration records; birth; marriage & death records; military records; census & voter records; and immigration & emigration records. Content ranges from the 13th to the 21st century and provides billions of indexed names. In addition to coverage for the United States and the United Kingdom, there are record collections for Canada, Europe and Australia. Available from Library only.
Millions of families around the world use MyHeritage to explore their history. Collaborate with members and join the thousands who reunite with long-lost relatives every single day through our network.
A comprehensive resource for consumer-oriented health content, Consumer Health Complete is designed to support the information needs of patients and to foster an overall understanding of health-related topics. This resource provides content covering all key areas of health and wellness, from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine.
The Directory of Indiana Grantmakers is an online database with profiles of approximately 1,000 funders awarding grants in Indiana. Users can search for grantmakers by keyword, area of interest, or type of support. This database is available only at Maring-Hunt Library. Interested users should visit the Information Desk for access.
For more help with the grant seeking process, our Information Desk staff will help you locate books and get you started searching databases (appointments are recommended). We also offer workshops for community and non-profit groups for more in-depth training.
Call 765-741-7331 or e-mail Laura Janiga at [email protected] to make an appointment or inquire about upcoming workshops.
Public Records at your fingertips! DoxPop has current court cases and recorded documents for many Indiana counties (including Delaware County). Please see Librarian at the Information Desk to log in.
Muncie Public Library is a member of The Foundation Center's Funding Information Network (FIN). Foundation Center databases allow non-profit organizations, artists, researchers, and others locate potential foundation, corporate, and government funders. With the library's databases and Fundraising Collection, you can view foundations' IRS 990-PF tax documents, find organizations whose areas of interest match yours, learn to write strong grant applications, improve non-profit management skills, learn new fundraising strategies, work with boards and volunteers and follow trends in philanthropy, and more.
Get started by choosing a database below:
(Database access is at Maring-Hunt Library only)
Foundation Directory Online allows non-profit organizations seeking grants to search thousands of funding organizations and programs, view application guidelines, analyze successful grant projects, view IRS 990-PF tax returns, and more.
Foundation Grants to Individuals allows individual grantseekers such as students, artists, researchers to search thousands of funding organizations for scholarships, fellowships, loans, and internships; search by school or corporation.
Our Information Desk staff will help you locate books and get you started searching the databases (appointments are recommended). We also will offer workshops for community and non-profit groups for more in-depth training.
Call 765-741-7331 or e-mail Laura Janiga at [email protected] to make an appointment or inquire about upcoming workshops. To search for other FIN locations and training opportunities worldwide, visit Grantspace.org.
Encyclopedias and other reference resources on a wide range of subjects, from art, business, and history to literature, medicine, and science.
Indiana county histories and atlases database from Archives Unbound spans Indiana history from 1857-1922.
This resource is Indiana's Virtual Library. It offers access to over 40 databases covering subjects like biographies, magazine and scholarly journal articles, newspapers articles (most recent 30 days), poetry, and short stories. The Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC) has a career interest test, practice tests for SAT, GED, AP, LSAT, GRE, GMAT and other tests for high school, college, and graduate school. Biography Resource Center allows searching for many short biographies. Litfinder finds full text of many poems and stories. Other resources include Kids Search, What Tree Is That?, and Indiana Memory.
INSPIRE is a service of the Indiana State Library. INSPIRE is supported by the Indiana General Assembly through Build Indiana Funds, The Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act and in partnership with the Academic Libraries of Indiana.
Muncie Public Library has been digitizing Muncie and Delaware County records since the 1990s and provides the Muncie/Delaware County Digital Resource Library for free (no library card required!). Collections include Delaware County Court Documents, Delaware County Wills, Delaware County Deeds, Obituary Index, Funeral Home Records, and Beech Grove Cemetery Records.
Research guides for birth, marriage and death records in Delaware County, Indiana. Find out what resources are available at Carnegie Library.
Do you live in an interesting or historic home? Researching the history of a house in Muncie is a popular endeavor at the Local History & Genealogy Center. We have several resources to assist you with your research including city directories, deeds, newspapers, court documents, census records and more.
WorldCat includes records for most public and academic libraries around the world that have online catalogs and at least some holdings in English. (Over 9000 libraries are represented!)