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WPL Database Subscriptions (WPL Card needed)

These databases will require you to enter your library card number before you can access the site. Many of them will also require you to create a free user account the first time you use them, and to log in to that account on any subsequent visit. Please contact the library at 608-849-4217 if you need help creating an account or using these databases. Are you new to using our databases? Check out our useful links for video tutorials on using many of these databases!

Books and More

 

 
Download the free Libby app in your device's app store to check out ebooks, digital audiobooks, and movies. Use Novelist Plus or Novelist Plus for Mobile Devices for readalikes and book suggestions.

Newspapers and Magazines

 

 

Create a free account for digital access to The New York Times. If accessing outside the library, you will need to redeem the free code provided at the link to view the digital content. The code will grant you 72-hours of access; when that time period is up, you will need to redeem another code through our website.

 

Free, 24/7 access to current and back issues of magazines. You will need to create a free account before you are able to check out and read magazines. After you have created an account through our website, you are able to download the free RBdigital app, log in, and read magazines that way.

View issues of Waunakee newspapers from 1896-2006.

 

 

Learn a Language

 

 

Explore a new language today. You will need to create a free account to use this resource.

 

Learn a new language! You will need to create a free account the first time you use this resource.

Research and Genealogy

 

 
Use for genealogical research. Currently available for at-home use through December 31.

Find information to create marketing plans, conduct competitive analysis, and more.

Get product reviews and ratings on cars, appliances, electronics and more.

 

 

 

SCLS Databases

Find the answers you need in journals, newspapers and more using these online resources, including Badgerlink, a set of quality information resources available to Wisconsin residents.