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Learning Express Library 3.0

NOTE: You must register as a new user on Learning Express Library 3.0 the first time you access this all-new platform.  Enter your complete library card barcode without spaces.  On the next screen select Jericho Public Library from the drop down menu and complete all required fields of the registration form. Click on Create Account.  The next time you login use your email address as your username.

 

Art

Oxford Art Online

 

Biography

Biography in Context

Britannica
Literature Resource Center

 

Careers

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Career Cruising

 

Countries

America the Beautiful

Britannica
Country Watch

Encyclopedia Americana

Lands and Peoples

New Book of Knowledge

 

English

Internet Public Library Literary Criticism
Literature Resource Center
LitFinder
Luminarium: An Anthology of English Literature
MagillOnLiterature Plus
SparkNotes
Twayne’s Authors Online

 

Health

Jericho High School Library Health & Phys Ed

 

Issues & Controversies

Opposing Viewpoints in Context (Gale/NOVEL*)

 

Law & Government

Country Watch

 

Magazine & Newspapers

ProQuest
World News Digest (Facts on File)

 

Mathematics

AccessScience

 

Music

Oxford Music Online

 

Photos and Images

Oxford Art Online

 

Primary Sources

American Memory Project
National Archives and Records Administration

 

Science

AccessScience

New Book of Popular Science
Science Online (Facts on File)

 

 

Self Help

Ipl2 for Teens
Teen Health & Wellness (Rosen)

 

Social Studies

America the Beautiful

Biography in Context
Country Watch

Lands and Peoples

 

Test Preparation

Regents Exams
Testing & Education Reference Center

 

*NOVEL is a statewide virtual library provided free to the public by the New York State Library. Click here for access to NOVEL databases using your New York State Driver License ID or valid non-driver photo ID.

 

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