Ilsley Public Library subscribes to many online resources that HELP students succeed.

HELP! I need to find articles from magazines and academic journals.

Now with over 1,300 titles, cross searchable with eBooks, this database provides high school students with access to information on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more.

HELP! I have to develop a persuasive argument on a social issue.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context helps students analyze a broad variety of data for conducting research, preparing for debates and more.

HELP! I need biographical information on a famous person.

Virtually every course of study — from history to science to literature — is ultimately tied to the study of people. Biography in Context delivers outstanding biographical profiles.

HELP! My teacher said that I need a primary source. Do you have historic newspapers?

Search America’s historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 using Chronicling America. More recent Middlebury area newspapers are available on microfiche.

HELP! I want to take an online class.

This online educational service provides a diverse offering of stimulating courses in such subjects as digital photography, nutrition, essay writing, and algebra. Courses are free to Ilsley Library patrons. Enter your library card number, then register.

HELP! I need to write a resume and prepare for interviews.

Career Transitions is an online career guidance center that walks users through the job search process from beginning to end.

HELP! I need a book.

Well, you came to the right place! Search Ilsley’s online library catalog.