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Online Resources

Most of the online resources can be used at home with a user name and password, or library card number. Otherwise, you will need to come into the library to get set-up for access.  Help is available by emailing the library at or contacting us at 603-772-3101.

ancestry.png  Access 30+ Billion Records on the World's Largest Online Family History Resource. Your Ancestors Become More Than a Name. Historical Insights, Photos, Records, and More. Visit the library to access this online tool.  In-house use only.
Mango Languages - (First time users select "sign up", then add 4507 prefix before your 5-digit library card number) Mango Languages is an American online language-learning website and mobile app for academic institutions, libraries, corporations, government agencies, and individuals.
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Learning Express Library  Computers are a necessity--at home, at work and at school. Whether you're looking to brush up on the fundamentals of computers, more easily navigate the web or learn a new software program, the library is here to help. Enjoy FREE access to more than 90-self paced video tutorials at EBSCO's Library Express Library.
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What are your plans after graduation? Whether you are attending college, joining the military or entering the workforce, you can accomplish your goals by using these free library prep tests by clicking on  PrepSTEP from EBSCO LearningExpress. Prepare for important exams like the ACT®, SAT®, AP® Tests, and more.

College Planning

College Scholarship Search

Scholarship SearchFind scholarships, other financial aid and internships from more than 2,200 programs.

Explore Colleges

College Search - Look up colleges by type of school, location, cost, size, and more and build a college list.

Parent College Planning Resources

College Planning -  Find out how you can  help your child prepare for college, pay for college, and more with resources from the College Board

FASFA - Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form  to apply for financial aid for college or graduate school.

Fraud Awareness

Here are some resources from the Federal Trade Commission

Identity Theft

OnGuard Online

OnGuard Online - Tips from the Federal Trade Commission to help you stay safe and secure online. 

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media - Learn tips to ensure your child is safe online and discover apps and other online games that are educational.

Safe Search Kids

Safe Search Kids - Articles and tips for parents, educators and kids. Topics may include; internet safety tips, posting pictures online, parental controls for your family, social media safety, and many more topics

Cyber Safety

Family Guide to Online Safety- Suggested by a  the Lyndhurst STEM Club

For the Older Population - Resources for Seniors is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. We have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the Internet.

Cell Phone Information:
   Cell phones have become a necessary and significant part of people's lives. For seniors, it can provide a higher degree of autonomy and allow them to stay connected more easily with family and friends. A cell phone can also give seniors more security, and In an emergency, having a mobile phone can allow them to get help quickly. Our new resource provides information on the best mobile devices for older adults based on their specific needs. We also cover how to get financial assistance, how to choose the right device, and how to help a loved one get the most out of a cell phone. 

NH Assisted Living Guide can be viewed on this site



Free Driver's Practice Tests for car, motorcycle, and truck licenses.
Start Your FREE 2022 NH DMV Practice Test Now!

Click here to begin:

New*VIN Decoder Tool - In partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA

Driving Test:  You need a New Hampshire driver’s license or learner’s permit if you want to drive on New Hampshire streets and highways. The driver test includes a vision test, a knowledge test, and a road test. The NH DMV knowledge test is a 40 question multiple choice test. he New Hampshire written test is designed to check your knowledge of road signs, road rules and safety rules. Everything you need to know is covered in the New Hampshire Driver's Manual


Motorcycle Test:  To earn your motorcycle license in New Hampshire, you must pass a knowledge test and an on-cycle skill test. The knowledge test is a 25 question multiple choice test. Knowledge test questions are based on information from the New Hampshire Motorcycle Manual.


CDL Test:  The CDL general knowledge test is required to be taken by all CDL applicants. The New Hampshire CDL test consists of 50 questions. To pass, you must correctly answer at least 40 questions (80%). The general knowledge test covers the contents of the New Hampshire CDL Manual.



NLS is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical or perceptual disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.

This includes individuals with reading disabilities. Through a national network of cooperating libraries, NLS offers books the way you want them: in braille or audio, mailed to your door for free or instantly downloadable. Visit the website for more information:  

New Hampshire

Regional Library

New Hampshire State Library
Talking Book Services
117 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH, 03301-3852
Librarian: Marilyn Stevenson
Library Code: NH1A
Telephone: (603) 271-3429
Toll-free (In-state): (800) 491-4200
FAX: (603) 271-8370
Web site: External

Serves: New Hampshire; braille readers receive service from Massachusetts.

National Hearing Loss Resources

Here are some links to help you:

ALDA: ALDA provides support, advocacy, and outreach for Late-Deafened, Deaf, and Hard of Hearing, as well as their families. Our community is here to share unique experiences, challenges, and coping strategies. We are all in this together.

Senior Resources

Creative Aging Foundations On Demand from Lifetime Arts
The program is a free, self-paced online course that is designed for institutions and individuals seeking to run successful, participatory artmaking programming for older adults. This course will serve as a guide as you plan programs and develop the necessary partnerships to support this important, cross-sector work.Visit this link for more information:
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