- McAlester New-Capital: full text electronic editions of the McAlester New-Capital since 5/6/2008. Available in the library or at home
- Poteau Daily News and Sun: full text elecronic editions of the Poteau Daily News and Sun since 7/28/2009. Available in the library or at home
- Oklahoma Newspapers: full text electronic editions of thirty Oklahoma newspapers, including the Daily Oklahoman, the Tulsa World, the Musdogee Daily Phoenix, and more, Available for in the library or at home.
Britannica Online School Edition PreK-8: An on-line encylopedia just for children K-8.
For remote access use this link.
Britannica española del Centro de Referencia: Para el acceso remoto utilice este enlace.
Consumer Health Complete: Consumer Health Complete (CHC) is the single most comprehensive resource for consumer-oriented health content. It is easy to use and designed to support patients' information needs and foster an overall understanding of health-related topics. CHC provides full text for more than 200 health reference books and encyclopedias, as well as images, videos, and diagrams covering areas of health and wellness from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine. This full text database covers topics such as aging, cancer, diabetes, drugs & alcohol, fitness, nutrition & dietetics, children's health, men & women's health, and more.
Digital Prairie: Oklahoma's Digital Prairie provides access to EBSCO Host, SIRS Discoverer, eLibrary Elementary, and WordCat. It isa project of the Oklahoma Library Technology Network and is funded with state and federal funds through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Federal funds are provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
E-Books; download e-books to you computer or your device.
Ebsco Host:: our primary research resource, Ebsco Host has full text articles from thousands of magazines, journals, newspapers, and newswites, plus transcripts, pamphlets, reports, biographies, primary source documents, almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, photos, maps, flage, and more. Funded with state and federal funds thourgh the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Federal funds are provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Gale Virtual Reference Books - It's no secret that research begins and often ends on the Internet. With Gale Virtual Reference Library, you gain access to more than 1,000 electronic reference titles - eBooks - in virtually any subject area including health, medicine, science, art, history, business, biography and more. Note: When accessing from home, use "remote" (without quotes) for your ID.
Kids Search: designed for youth K-5, Kids Search has a child-friendly, graphically-rich interface allowing studinets to search across a group of databases simultaneously as they do research. Funded with state and federal funds though the Oklaoma department of Libraries. Federal funds are provided by the institute of Museum and Library services.
Learning Express Library: looking to land a job or start a career? Need to pass a test to get that job? Learning Express Library offers the practice test, exercises, skil-building courses, and information you need to succeed
Literary Reference Center: is loaded with information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and time frames. It has been specifically designed for public libraries, secondary schools, junior/community colleges, and undergraduate research.
Live Homework Help: students from 4th grade to college introductory level who are needing help with math, science, social studies or English, or with writing an effective resumé, are connected online to a real live tutor 7 days a week from 2pm-9pm. Simply click on the Live Homework Help link, enter the grade level and subject you need help with, and you will soon be connected to an expert tutor.
MorningStar - Saving for retirement? Need to decide where your 401(k) funds should be invested? Morningstar is a leading independent investment research firm, available now through the library.
For Remote Access click Here. You will need your library card number.Novelist Plus: looking for a good book to read? Are you wanting to find books that may have the same appeal as one you read and really liked? NoveList Plus is our electronic resource for getting tested recommendations for what to read next.
Oklahoma Legal Forms: thousands of legal formas are available free for your use. Official, Oklahoma-specific, federal, business, personal real estate and general forms dealing with wills, divorces, landlord-tenet relations, bankruptcy, power of attorney, name changes, incorporating, and many other legal subjects and issues where the proper form may be all you need.
One Click Digital: use One Click Digital to download audio books to your personal audio device. Access with library card
Pronunciator: The Southeastern Public Library System is proud to introduce its newest service: Pronunciator. This service offers patrons the ability to learn 80 languages at their own pace. There is also a mobile app that lets patrons learn on the go. To start using Pronunciator, click here. After registering your email address, you’ll receive a user name and password that will enable you to start learning. Please note: Mango Languages is no longer available through the Southeastern Library System.Searchasaraus: featuring an animated interface with a dinosaur theme that gives young researchers (upper elementary and middle school) and encouraging online searching experience,. Searchasaurus includes Primary Search ®, Middle Search®, Plus and Book Colliction: Nonfiction™. Lexile limiters (reading level) make it easy for young usere to read and research only appropriately challenging materials. Funded with stat and federal funds though the Oklahoma Department of Libraies. Federal funds are proviided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Student Research Center - High School and Middle School - Student research Center is designed for youth grades 6-12. Student Research Center offers a search interface equipped with appropriate research tools, including an online dictionary and encyclopedia, so secondary school students can easily search for information from a group of databases. Funded with state and federal funds through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Federal funds are provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
TumbleBook Library - The TumbleBook Library is full of animated children's books with games and puzzles.
World Book - This is an extraordinary site, which has not only a widely-used and user-friendly encyclopedia, but lots of additional informational resources, including an excellent dictionary.
OCLC-Bibliographic information from 13,000 journals, MEDLINE, ERIC, GPO Monthly Catalog and other heavy duty finding aids. Ask the librarian for information on how to access this site from home.
Zinio-the world's largest newsstand is now available through your library's website.
Children's Core Collection (H.W. Wilson):
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Senior High Core Collection (H.W. Wilson)
The Core Collections (formerly known as the H. W. Wilson Core Collections) are a set of lists of books and other library resources chosen by national committees of experienced collection development librarians and recommended for library collections today. they are a valuable resource for people looking for the best books to read, and invaluable for librarians checking their shelves for titles to add or replece.
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