Learning and Research Center

Learn about any topic that interests you, or find the information you need for school projects or to help you run your business. LCPL is pleased to provide databases, newspapers, magazines, and encyclopedias that will help you learn more about any topic. You can browse databases by topic, or by the intended audience.

See Alphabetical List of All Databases 


Featured Database: Tumblebooks

Summer Reading gets even more fun with Tumblebooks!

Kids can instantly read along with animated picture books - no need to check out or place a hold.

Tumblebooks has both fiction and nonfiction books for elementary school kids. Watch this video for details on using it! (If you'd prefer to read about Tumblebooks, just click View Tutorial at the bottom of the video for a transcript.)

Try it now!

By User:

Student resources and research databases
Students
Databases to help you find information on your hobby
Hobbyists/Special Interest
Resources for Parents
Parents
Resources for Business Owners
Business Owners
Resources for teachers
Teachers

By Topic:

Find local services, important forms, and job hunt resources
Job Resources, Services, and Forms
Genealogy and Local history databases
Genealogy/Local History


Newspapers, Articles, and Encyclopedia databases
Newspapers, Articles, and Encyclopedias
antiques databases and collectors guides
Antiques and Collectors' Guides
science databases
Science


databases for student research and other helpful student materials
Student Resources


business databases
Business


Read biographies of famous modern and historical figures
Biographies


Find fiction, nonfiction, plays, poems, and critical texts.
Fiction, Nonfiction, Plays, and Poems
find instructions for your next do-it-yourself project!
Do-It-Yourself


Not sure where to start? Try general databases
General Research


health, medicine, and wellness databases
Health and Medicine


See All Databases by Topic

Can't Find It?

If you can't find what you're looking for in any of our databases, give your local library a call. They can help you figure out which databases would be most helpful to you to further research your topic.

If you'd like to ask a librarian, but it's after library hours, just head over to our Ask a Librarian page! This form lets you contact us at any time of day or night. We'll get you an answer within 24 business hours. Happy researching!