Grafton Public Library

Research

One on One Reference Help

We welcome you to contact us and make an appointment for an eBook lesson, help with a homework assignment or research project, or assistance searching our electronic databases! Email graftonlibrary.ma@gmail.com or call 508-839-4649 x 1102 to schedule a session.

Online & Digital Resources

Registered borrowers of the Grafton Public Library may use any of many online databases provided by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, C/W MARS, and the Massachusetts Library System. If you are outside the library you should have direct access except where noted; just click the database name. Please use the “log in outside the library” link where one is provided, or follow the instructions.

If you are asked for a login or password, please enter your library barcode number.

Digital Books, Movies, Music, & Images

Founded by filmmakers, IndieFlix curates the best (or possibly the weirdest, depending on your taste) from worldwide film festivals to make sure indies have an audience. Independent filmmakers have worked hard to create these incredible films—movie lovers deserve to be able to see them! Members pay a low monthly or annual fee to access unlimited shorts, documentaries, and features, and we share revenue with the filmmakers. Members can enjoy the movies on their computers, or in their living rooms via Roku and Xbox. It’s a win-win-win model for everyone who loves the craft and content. We’re fair-minded facilitators of all things indie.

 

 

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Language Learning

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Genealogy Resources

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Newspapers

Worcester T&G online, 1989-current,

 

 

 

 

 

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Novelist Reader’s Advisory Service

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Gale Collection of Research Databases

Encyclopedias

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