Digital Resources

ONLINE DATABASES

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ReserachIT

ResearchIT CT allows access to library catalogs, newspapers and many subscription databases (including EBSCOhost) provided by the State of Connecticut with a valid Connecticut library card.

Click here for temporary links that allow you to access databases without a library card. 

law depotLaw Depot  is the leading publisher of do-it-yourself legal documents. This database offers a free way to create legal documents like wills, rental agreements, and small business forms, in mere minutes.
Consumer ReportsConsumer Reports publishes reviews and comparisons of consumer products and services based on reporting and results from its in-house testing laboratory and survey research center.
ancestryAncestry.com access free records via the Connecticut State Library!  Users outside of the above institutions will land in a login screen, where they will be required to enter their valid Connecticut public library card numbers to search the collections. In order to access individual records, a personal account with Ancestry.com is required.There is no charge to create no to use this account.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections. Much of the collection is accessible through their website.

The Library of Congress E-Resources Online Catalog provides access to electronic research tools, including databases, e-journals, e-books, and websites on various topics suggested by the Library of Congress reference staff.

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL RESOURCES
Treasure of Connecticut Libraries is a collection of items that have been digitized and made available online for searching. The items in the collection come from libraries and their partnering cultural institutions across Connecticut and include historical photographs, maps, postcards, films and more.
Connecticut History Online is a digital collection of over 15,000 digital primary sources, together with associated interpretive and educational material.