Below you will find a variety of databases to help you find information and learn new things, including business skills, languages, all things books, free university and technology courses.
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Databases provided by the MBLC (Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners allow you to search for information in books, magazines, newspapers, etc. all available online.
Since 2003, The Free Library has offered free, full-text versions of classic literary works from hundreds of celebrated authors, whose biographies, images, and famous quotations can also be found on the site. Recently, The Free Library has been expanded to include a massive collection of periodicals from hundreds of leading publications covering Business and Industry, Communications, Entertainment, Health, Humanities, Law, Government, Politics, Recreation and Leisure, Science and Technology, and Social Sciences. This collection includes millions of articles dating back to 1984 as well as newly-published articles that are added to the site daily.
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Marstons Mills, MA 02648
The Marstons Mills Public Library is located just north of the junction of Route 28 and Route 149. From the Mid-Cape, take Exit 5 and travel south on Route 149 until you reach Marstons Mills village square. The Library is on the left, up the hill on Main Street