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Trace your family tree. Please note there are some differences between the personal and library editions of Ancestry.com. Access to this resource has been temporarily expanded to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry.
Study help and live online tutoring available daily from 2pm – 11pm for elementary through college students with a special section for adult learners
Live online coaches for resume and job interview preparation available daily from 2pm – 11pm
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eBooks and eAudiobooks
Read reviews on thousands of products
Discover your family history today
Borrow video, music, eBooks, and eAudiobooks
Tutorials, skill practice sets, test preparation, and more for high school through adult
Online video classes from beginner to expert in business, software, technology, and creative skills
Comprehensive financial information on stocks, funds, ETF’s, and more
New York Times – Home Use
Access to real time news present day to 1981 and archives available between 1851 – 1922 Each session will expire after 24 hours
New York Times – In Library Only
Access to real time news present day to 1981 and archives available between 1851 – 1922
Access to full text articles from local newspapers including Courier Times, The Intelligencer, Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Morning Call
Wondering what to read next? Get reading recommendations by email. Choose from more than 25 e-newsletters, each focused on a genre or topic, delivered right to your inbox.
Book recommendations for all ages
Power Library e-resource portal for children
This project is made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.
The following resources are funded by Bucks County Free Library through the support of the Hamilton G. Disbrow Trust: Brainfuse HelpNow and JobNow, Consumer Reports, Lynda.com, Morningstar, NewsBank, and The New York Times.
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