databases

Nov
30

Explora at your library – when you need trusted information

Do you need credible sources for school or research? Are you a teacher at a Clermont County school? Do you want to learn about important topics, but you unsure how to narrow your search? You have access to full-text, scholarly resources on any number of subjects and interests. Explora for Public Libraries provides digital access […]

By Jordan Williams | Resources
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Nov
23

Explore NuWav Legal Documents

Do you want to adopt a child but don’t know what forms to get? Ready to move to another apartment but you don’t know your rights as a tenant? Need to add someone to your will or get a Power of Attorney. Are you ready to start your own business? We have the legal forms […]

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Aug
03

How to get the most from Consumer Reports online

Confused about which car seat to buy? Not sure if you can trust the anonymoust reviews on Amazon? Don’t! You can access Consumer Reports, trusted professional reviews, from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Whatever you’re looking for: air conditioner, lawn mower, charcoal grill or tablet, you can find reviews for it. Consumer Reports  offers product […]

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Aug
21

A Novel Way to Read!

Are you an adventurous reader? Do you find yourself browsing the shelves, looking for unique reads? Have you ever wondered how on Earth to find similar reads on your own? NoveList Plus & NoveList K-8 Plus are great resources for passionate readers! They’re free databases with comprehensive reading recommendations that any Clermont County Public Library […]

By Mary | books
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Aug
15

It’s Time for Kindergarten!

Soon the sweltering sunniness of summer will give way to cool, crisp days, a colorful cacophony of leaves, and the smell of bonfires in the evening air. For some, the end of summer will herald the beginning of a new phase of childhood — schoolchild. Ready or not, here comes Kindergarten! How do you, as a parent, deal with […]

By staffwriter | books . Creativity . Early literacy . Events . Resources
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Aug
11

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps

 Ever wonder what your neighborhood looked 50 years ago?  A hundred years ago?  It’s surprisingly easy to find out. Between 1867 and 2007, the Sanborn Fire Insurance Company created elegant, meticulously drawn maps of around 12,000 towns and cities around the country.  The maps vary in detail but generally depict streets, natural features like rivers […]

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