Useful sites to locate information on the Internet
Sometimes it is difficult to locate the information you are looking for on the Internet. The links below provide a starting place to search for useful information.
Credo Reference: Credo is an easy-to-use tool for research, homework, and other reference needs. Click to follow the link, then use the password grangerlibrary to access this resource.
Gale: Gale offers many resources for a wide range of topics such as automotive repair, criminal justice, science, art, and history. Click the link to go to the Granger Public Library’s Gale resources page, then select a resource and enter the password grangerlibrary to access it.
Transparent Language Online: This resource offers over 100 languages to learn. Click to follow the link, then click the “sign up” tab. When prompted to enter a card number, enter the word “granger” followed by your four-digit library card number (no spaces). You may then create a personal account.
SAT practice tests: Take SAT practice tests online through Khan Academy.
ACT Academy: ACT Academy is a free online learning tool and test practice program designed to help you get the best score possible on the ACT test.
PowerPrep Online: PowerPrep offers two free online GRE tests.
Big Future: Find information on colleges, majors, careers, and financial aid.
LearningExpress Library: Career preparation, college admissions test prep, and more.
DigitalLiteracy.gov: Build digital literacy skills by learning how to use a computer or mobile device, the internet, software, applications, and more.
ILoveLibraries.org: Find information on libraries, recommended books, starting book clubs, and more.
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Try reading this step-by-step guide from your library.
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