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Step-by-step repair directions, diagnostics, diagrams, and updated service bulletins for domestic and imported cars from 1954 to today.
View and download thousands of high-resolution images of artworks from leading museums around the world.
Magazine-length biographical profiles of celebrities, politicians, entertainers, scientists, and other newsmakers from the 1940s to the present.
Take free online practice tests based on Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles standards, including motorcycle exams and a sample commercial driver license (CDL) test.
More than 330 encyclopedias and specialized reference sources. Search the entire collection or a particular subject area.
Find newspaper and magazine articles, media transcripts, business information, and legal sources such as federal and state court cases dating back to 1789. Please note that the legal portion of this product is only available for use in the library.
Connect with tutors to work on math, science, social studies, and English problems from 3 to 10 pm daily. Tailored for students from kindergarten to junior college, the sessions last approximately 20 minutes. Library cardholders are limited to 5 sessions per week.
Watch thousands of step-by-step online video tutorials on software, apps, media, marketing, business, and technology.
Download the Lynda.com app to use on mobile devices. Within the app, tap on Organization, select Web Portal, and type skokielibrary.info. To reset your Lynda.com password, please call their customer service line 888-335-9632.
Free, unlimited 72-hour access to the New York Times website and mobile apps from outside the library. To activate, click on “Redeem,” then register for a free NYTimes.com account or log into an existing account. Once your pass expires, return to this page to renew for another 72 hours.
Search a wide range of databases, including ArticleFirst, ERIC, WorldCat, and MEDLINE.
Access Illinois public record data for home foreclosures, bankruptcies, new businesses, and real estate transactions. Available both inside and outside the library.
An open, collaborative website with community information and resources.
Social Explorer provides access to current and historical census data and demographic information. The easy-to-use web interface lets users create maps and reports to illustrate, analyze, and understand demography and social change in areas ranging from nation-wide to census block-group levels.
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