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The Ancestry genealogy site is ONLY accessible at the library – 52 Front Street, Nipigon.  It MUST be accessed using library computers or with your own device using the library wifi.

AtoZ World Food includes:  national cuisine, food culture, ingredients, recipes, unusual foods, and more.

Activity Corner:  cross-curricular, low-cost, fun educational projects for children

Creativebug: Unleash your creative side! Unlimited access to over 1000 video arts and crafts tutorials.

Encyclopedia Britannica: content for all levels – children to adults, that is updated daily.

Britannica ImageQuest: 3.25 million curriculum-relevant images and digital arts materials, all rights-cleared for educational, non-commercial use.

Canadian Points of View:  a balanced perspective on current events and issues

Canadian Reference Centre:  regional full-text Canadian content

Chilton:  automotive service and repair manuals, wiring diagrams, ASE test prep quizzes, maintenance and specification tables, and labour estimating tool.

Consumer Health Complete:  all key areas of health and wellness, from mainstream medicine to complementary and holistic medicine.

 

Mango Languages offers 70+ world language courses 

Masterfile Pemier:  full-text magazines, reference books, primary source documents, and images (photos, maps, flags).

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Find your answers in these books, magazines, newspapers…

Newspaper Source Plus keeps you informaed about current events, the global economy and much more.

Nipigon newspapers, scrapbooks, images, and more.

Novelist:  reading recommendations, lists and book discussion guides to help you uncover your next great read.  Discover your reading style.

Ontario Driver Education program:  G1 and M1 practice tests and test simulators

Small Engine Repair:  repair guides and routine maintenance

Frontier Life – Borderlands, Settlement & Colonial Encounters:  explore the lives, experiences and colonial encounters of people living at the edges of the Anglophone world from 1650-1920 in North America, Southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

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