Search one or all of our academic databases, provided by JerseyClicks, at once. Academic Search Premier contains thousands of full-text articles. If you’re in need of academic articles for a school paper, this is the place to look. Resources are available for elementary level (Primary Search), middle-school (Middle Search Plus) and the high school level.
Interested in your finding your ancestors and building your family tree? Ancestry.com has millions of documents and images to discover, from immigration & military records, to birth, death & marriage certificates. Note: In-library access only.
Get live tutoring help, in any grade K-12, even college, in any number of courses, in the form of a personal 1-on-1 virtual session with a tutor (generally available 2-11pm everyday). You can also submit essays to the Writing Lab for feedback, take dozens of practice tests for AP, PSAT, SAT & ACT, study flashcards and more.
Get the latest, unbiased reviews & ratings on consumer products before you make the final decision. Print copies (2016-present) are available at the Information Desk for reference.
The general knowledge encyclopedia for learners of all ages, this reference center covers most school subjects, including biographies, plus images & videos. Includes specific sections for Children & Young Learners.
Millions of rights-cleared images. No more worrying about infringing copyrights when grabbing images for projects.
Hundreds of courses and lectures, from subjects like History, Economics, and Science all the way to Hobbies, Food & Wine, and Professional Development. The Great Courses is offered through the Libby app, just click on Extras on the homepage and select “Great Courses”. You can also find the Great Courses through the Hoopla app, under the More > BingePasses tab, where you get 7-day access for a single borrow (of your 15 monthly).
Hoopla has it all, right on your devices— eBooks, comics, audiobooks, movies & TV shows. Better yet, there’s no waiting or placing holds— everything is instantly available. Borrow up to 15 items per month with your Hoopla account, provided by your Millburn Library card.
New to Hoopla are its BingePasses, which for a single borrow let you have 7 days of access to The Great Courses or Hoopla Magazines (including titles like Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Food Network, Good Housekeeping and Men’s & Women’s Health). Find these under the More tab.
Researching local history? The Item of Millburn and Short Hills is fully digitized and available via the Library, with issues running all the way back from 1873 to 2009, plus issues of various other historical papers (current, paper issues are available in-library). The Archives also includes a search feature for research.
Search the countless publications and full-text articles provided by the State Library of New Jersey. Great for high school researchers.
Kanopy has movies, documentaries, TV series and more, with no waits at all. Watch up to 10 items per month with your Kanopy account, provided by your Millburn Library card. Best of all, check out the Kanopy Kids collection for unlimited plays of kids movies & shows, animated storytimes, and other content like various educational series. Click here to see how to get Kanopy streamed on a Smart TV.
From eBooks to audiobooks to magazines (including many in different languages), Libby has an amazing collection of classic & recent titles. Take up to 5 items & 5 Holds out at once! Libby also includes The Great Courses, IndieFlix, and Kanopy links (available on the homepage under Extras).
Want to learn a completely new language? Or perhaps you need some English-language (ESL) practice? Mango has over 70 language courses to choose from, complete with its own app. Make an account using your Millburn library card, or use guest access in-library, with the link below, then start using the app.
Listen and learn from the best in this online streaming education platform, in subjects ranging from the Arts to Food, Business to Writing, Sports to Science and so much more. Each class averages 20 lessons, but only about 10 minutes per lesson, to keep things convenient. Watch on your smartphone, computer or smart TV. Millburn Library has five 7-day access passes in rotation, so request yours to start learning today.
With Meescan you can check out Millburn library items, right on your phone, in just a few seconds— no need to wait in line. Download the app, then just open it, register with your library card, and aim the camera at the barcode on the back of your items— and that’s it. E-receipts are emailed to you right after, too.
Get access to the national newspaper The New York Times, wherever you are. Millburn cardholders must first request access from the Library to authenticate they are a patron. Access is available to anyone in-library, just click on the pop-up prompt on the NY Times website. Note that you cannot use the mobile app, you must view it in a mobile browser.
Researching a historical event? Use Proquest’s historical archives, which holds the New York Time‘s issues from 1851-1857, 1857-1922, and 1923-now.
Researching local NJ history? Many libraries have their town newspapers digitized and available (often in-library only) for use by patrons.
Looking for a bit of convenience? Palace offers most of our our ebook & audiobook offerings in one place. Titles from Libby (both the Millburn & NJ State collections), Axis360, and the Open Bookshelf are all here. Original loan/hold policies still apply to items from their original app.
Print straight from your own devices with our print mobile app! After downloading, just click on “No Printer Selected” to type in 07041 to find “Millburn Library.” Then, just upload your print jobs and head over to the Print Release Station by the Information Desk to pay & print.
Containing directories for: U.S./Canadian Businesses, New Businesses, U.S./Canadian White Pages, U.S. Healthcare (Physicians & Dentists), and U.S. New Movers/Homeowners. Provided by the NJ State Library, just scroll to Reference Solutions in the database list to access.
Courtesy of the State Library of New Jersey, Rosetta Stone offers over 25 languages to learn, including English (ESL) courses. Click “Register”, then enter your Millburn Library card number. Then, create an account, choose your language, and click “Launch” to open the app itself. Login under “Work or School”. If you have any difficulties or are prompted for a special code, please contact the Information Desk. Please note that Rosetta Stone is being retired on 6/30/2022 from our digital resources.
Research the latest stock market trends, download the reports, and get educated on financial topics like portfolios and stock options. Access in-library or at home, using your Millburn Library card barcode number.
Open Library has a huge selection of eBooks, and you can check out up to 10 eBooks at once for 2-weeks apiece— best of all, you can preview any book for 1 hour instantly. The Internet Archive has millions of items, from books to old movies & music, images, old software, and even archived webpages via the Wayback Machine, which lets you “time-travel” the Internet. Project Gutenberg has 60k+ eBooks with instant access. Lastly, for more historical, academic materials, check out the World Digital Library, or HathiTrust.
Interested in learning more technology skills, like Python Programming, Microsoft Excel, and more? Want to know where to find free online tools? Check out our Tech Training page for more information, or view our calendar to see if we have any upcoming training events on the Calendar.
The Handbook contains entries on hundreds of careers & professions, and provides data on each: median pay, typical entry-level education, number of current jobs, job outlook, duties, how to become one, and much more. A great resources for incoming college students while deciding on a major, or anyone in a career switch.