Vermont Online Library
The Vermont Online Library (VOL) offers access to thousands of information sources, produced by known and trusted publishers. This service is available free to Winooski Memorial Library cardholders and can be accessed by entering 2VSRA00000XXXX (XXXX is the four-digit number of your library card) when prompted for a barcode or password.
Enjoy on-demand streaming of more than 30,000 titles of critically acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films, and more. Sign up for a new account and when prompted for a library card, enter W732VSRAXXXXXXXXX (XXXXXXXXX are the remaining digits of your library card number).
Search and download E-books and digital audiobooks available through Overdrive and the Green Mountain Library Consortium with your library card. Look for the "Sign In" option in the upper right-hand corner and when prompted, choose Winooski Memorial Library from the drop-down menu and then enter your library card number on the redirect page.
With hoopla digital, Winooski Library cardholders can now instantly read, watch, and listen to their choice of 1,000,000+ audiobooks, eBooks, comics, music, movies, and magazines! Content can be streamed from any computer or mobile device by downloading the hoopla digital app for iOS and Android. Users will be allotted up to four checkouts per month. To access, please enter your library card number followed by your password.
Mango Languages offers free, easy and fun language learning for 70+ languages. Sign up for a new account and when prompted for a library card, enter W732VSRAXXXXXXXXX (XXXXXXXXX are the remaining digits of your library card number).
Universal Class offers tons of online courses for free with your library card. To log in, enter your library card number.
GCF Learn Free
GCF has helped millions around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. From Microsoft Office and email to reading, math, and more, GCF offers 125 tutorials, including more than 1,100 lessons, videos, and interactive programs, completely free.
Vermont Digital Newspaper Project and Chronicling America
The Vermont Digital Newspaper Project is based at the University of Vermont, and is supported by the Vermont Department of Libraries and the Vermont Historical Society. The Project preserves Vermont's historical newspapers while making them freely available online. Vermont newspapers published between 1836 and 1922 can be searched as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program organized by the Library of Congress.
Vermont Newspapers on Newspapers.com
The Vermont Department of Libraries has partnered with the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) to provide access to Vermont newspapers through Newspapers.com. These Vermont titles are freely available to Vermonters as part of the agreement and there are now over 1 million pages of Vermont newspapers available. Visit the Vermont Department of Libraries for information about how to register and access.