Arkansas Driving-Test.orgIn partnership with the Driving-Test.org the library is proud to offer a free online AR Driving Test Preparation. Find practice tests, driver's manuals for car, motorcycle and CDL liscences. This an excellent tool since manuals are so hard to find. This is great for first time drivers or to refresh your knowledge of driving rules and regulations.
(see the How To page to access some of theses encyclopedias)
Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture: The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture Project strives to offer a definitive, comprehensive, and accurate record of the twenty-fifth state. The online version of the Encyclopedia is the first component of the Project. The online version of the Encyclopedia will be maintained and updated in perpetuity by the staff of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies.
Other databases the library subscribes to include:
Genealogical database that compiles information from thousands of sources including census documents, historical maps, draft registration cards and many civil war era documents. Instructions: Click on the database above. This database can only be accessed at the library.
This genealogy database allows users to search U.S. Census records from 1790-1930, gives access to information on people and places from 20,000 family and local history books, PERSI articles, Revolutionary War pension and bounty land records, and Freedman's Bank records. Instructions: Click on the database above. Follow instructions to perform your search.
New England Ancestors
This database is the New England Historic Genealogical Society web site. It is helpful for researching early family histories that may have started on the east coast of America
Learning Library Express
This database gives you practice tests and instruction for a wide variety of elementary school, middle school, high school, job and career tests. Examples include ACT, SAT, Civil Service, reading, GED, LSAT, MCAT, law enforcement and many others. Users are given instant scores and feedback about how to improve your scores. Instructions: Click on the database above. Sign in as either new user or returning user in box at the top of the screen. If you are a new user, you will need to enter your library card number as your username and then pick your own password that you can remember. Hit continue and follow the instructions. For returning users, sign in with your library card number as your username and enter your password that you used to register your account. Hit continue and follow instructions.
Other Reference Resources
A free Web site that provides consumer health information for patients, families, and Health care providers. The site brings together information from the United States National Library of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), other U.S. government agencies, and health-related organizations. The U.S. National Library of Medicine produces and maintains the site . MedlinePlus includes a companion site, MedlinePlus en español, which offers similar content for the Spanish-speaking community. It also offers a mobile site in both English and Spanish optimized for display on mobile devices. Over 150 million people from around the world use MedlinePlus each year.
A list of e-books and pdfs which can be downloaded to you computer. mobile device or e-readers. Includes links to Driver's License Study Guides.