At this website you can checkout and download…
To checkout and
download you need…
A valid library
A computer or
device that meets the system requirements for the
type(s) of materials you wish to download
Free software for
the computer or device on which you wish to use the
materials available at this site
To get started visit http://dbooks.wplc.info/
You may be asked which library system
your library belongs to; we are part of the
Manitowoc-Calumet Library System.
Users Cheat Sheet provided
by Shirley VerBruggen, Community Relations Manager of the
Green Bay Barnes & Noble, with step by step
instructions and links to get new Nook users
Please enter your
library card number for access. Access to the
following databases is provided courtesy of Badgerlink.
Repair Reference Center
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Looking for something new to
read? Read everything by your favorite author and
want more like it? Check out Novelist
for some great recommendations.
you ACT exam? Just bought a new laptop and want help
getting started? We can help!
Public Library is proud to offer a new database of test prep
study guides and computer
training programs to patrons free of charge! Whether you're
studying for your GED, College admissions exam or
want to practice for your firefighter, nursing or police exam,
you can do it with this database.
You can also
learn computer skills and programs with Learning
Express. Learn basics with Intro to the Internet or
Getting Started with Computers, brush up on Word, Excel or
Powerpoint or even take classes in using Dreamweaver software
for web design.
Available at the
library or from home or work all you need to do is follow the
link below to get started! When
creating an account for the first time, please use your
library card number as the user id and create whatever
password you like.
If you want a
step by step user's guide to get you started, read this:
Express User's Guide
Free to WI residents -- provides access -
including some full text - to popular magazines, scholarly
journals and major US and WI newspapers.
Created by LPL Staff and volunteers, this database
contains obituaries, wedding, birth and adoption
announcements and articles about Two Rivers.
This is now part of the regular
catalog. To search, use the advanced search and
type the person's LAST name in the search box and then
select Title search.
To limit results you can also add one of the Subject
terms-- marriages, births or obituaries--in the Subject