ONLINE Resources start at www.newfairfieldlibrary.org

Available for New Fairfield residents with a valid library card. 11-01-2016


From home:


Overdrive -- Provides downloadable e-books, audiobooks, and some PBS videos.  http://libraryconnection.lib.overdrive.com/ or follow link from library homepage to set up an account.  Service uses your library card number and pin from your library account. Follow instructions to download software.


Freading – downloadable ebooks http://newfairfieldlibrary.freading.com/index


OneClick Digital –Downloadable ebooks and e-audio. Apps available. http://newfairfieldct.oneclickdigital.com/Home/Featured.aspx


Freegal -- Download 1song a week from the Sony catalog. You own it. Patrons may register by having a valid library card and e-mail and applying in person at the library. http://www.freegalmusic.com/ Follow link from homepage to download songs after registering.


Bookflix -- For children. View online color books with sound. http://www.newfairfieldlibrary.org/content/70/1145/default.aspx


researchIT CT databases –  For students, consumers, researchers. Use multiple databases of authoritative, licensed information not available from a Google search. http://researchitct.org/classicpublic/


Access the Wall Street Journal, Money magazine, Consumer Reports and more.


Library catalog and your personal Library account -- Reserve, renew, see what you have checked out, due dates, fines owed. http://nfld-verso.auto-graphics.com/MVC/


What else can you do from home?


Send online requests for information, an interlibrary loan, or for us to purchase a new title. You can print off application forms for a library card, use of the community room, volunteering, donating.

http://www.newfairfieldlibrary.org/


In-house at Library only:


Ancestry.com --Allows access to Ancestry.com from computers at the library.

ABCmouse.com -- Early Learning Academy -- online education program for children ages 2–7


Thanks to the Friends of the Library for their support