Access these resources from the library, from home, or from your mobile device:
The downloadable audio book program Listen Up! Vermont is provided by the member libraries of the Green Mountain Library Consortium.
Discover great movies with InstantFlix (powered by IndieFlix). This streaming service offers 24/7 access to award-winning shorts, feature films, and documentaries. IndieFlix is compatible with all Apple, Android, Roku and Xbox devices. Click to here to register, and use your library card number to sign in.
Consumer Reports Online features 5,000 reviews from everything from new and used cars to dishwashers and gas grills. Before you make a major purchase, be sure to check CRO. Use your library card number to sign in.
Heritage Quest comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources—rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids. Please contact the library at 649-1184 for login information.
Vermont Online Library is a collection of magazine, journal, and newspaper indexes offering something for everyone. Enjoy full-text articles on subjects ranging from business to health. Read the full-text The New York Times free! These databases are for all ages. When it requests a password, use your NPL barcode but REPLACE the last character with a 0 (zero).
World Book Online is a wonderful resource, now available online, ready to be searched night or day. Updated daily, this site is easy to navigate. At the log-in page type in the following information:
Username: NORWICHLIB (all caps)
Practice conversational skills in one of over thirty languages online using the Mango Language program. Among the languages offered are Spanish, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Greek, Italian, and Russian. Use your library card number to sign in.
Universal Class has over 500 classes taught by professionals. Students have six months to complete the courses and can access their work at any time.Use your library card number to register. (Provided by the Vermont Department of Libraries.)
Please call the library (649-1184) or email the Circulation Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are experiencing problems with these sites.