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Science Reference Center is a comprehensive research database that provides easy access to a multitude of full text science-oriented content on a wide variety of topics. Provided by BadgerLink.
The U.S. History and Culture Collection offers a unique, interdisciplinary approach to U.S. History & Culture, focusing on the broad range of cultural, social, economic, and political issues; people; and events. This database was purchase by Mead Public Library for its cardholders.
Wisconsin Newsstand from Proquest offers comprehensive, local news from The Sheboygan Press (since November 30, 2002) and other Wisconsin Gannett newspapers.
The Professional Development Module by TeachingBooks is for educators. Get information on large range of text types, formats, cultural perspectives, and authoritative information.
TeachingBooks share the spirit of books and reading by bringing authors into your classroom. Provided by BadgerLink.
TumbleBooks is the place to go to hear stories, play games, and more. E-books for e-kids!
For more than seventy-five years, Value Line has been synonymous with trust, reliability, objectivity, independence, accurate information, and proven performance for investors. This database was purchase by Mead Public Library for its cardholders.
WISCAT is a statewide union catalog of library holdings containing over 7 million titles and more than 33 million holdings from over 1,200 contributing Wisconsin libraries, including Mead Public Library.
For elementary, middle, and high school students and educators, Wisconsin Media Lab contains hundreds of educational videos, images, and animations spanning all curricular areas.
Wisconsin Newsstand from Proquest offers comprehensive, local news from The Sheboygan Press and other Wisconsin Gannett newspapers. It is cross-searchable and indexed, for your convenience. This database was purchase by Mead Public Library for its cardholders.
WorldCat.org is a new product that includes a search box which allows Web users to search the entire database of library materials by keywords. You may then put in geographic information and find out how to get the item.