Having trouble with that one math problem on your homework that you just can’t get? Need help finishing that book report? From 3pm-8pm Monday through Thursday at the library’s Information Desk, students are invited to bring their homework, text books, and other related materials for free tutoring in Math and English from Library staff. There is no registration required for this service, but it is on a first-come, first-served basis. Ask Ian Parsells, the head librarian, for more details.
Need more research materials from primary sources, and you just can’t make it into the library? The library offers a host of databases that you can access from any library computer, over our WiFi, or from home using your Derby Neck Library card number.
Enjoy a full suite from Scholastic Publishing including the online version of the Encyclopedia Americana! Great for students!
AtoZ World Culture is the world’s most detailed country-by-country cultural resource for the education market. No other resource covers so many cultural and social topics, so well, for so many countries.
Access World News is a comprehensive resource that includes a variety of news publications worldwide. These sources include major national and international newspapers, as well as local and regional titles as well as newswires, blogs, web-only content, videos, journals, magazines, transcripts and more.
Part of Access World News, here is a quick link to the New Haven Register!
researchITCT.org is Connecticut’s re-search engine. Here you will find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles for Connecticut public, K12, and academic libraries and their users. We also offer a collection of downloadable eAudios and eBooks for Connecticut residents with valid CT public library card numbers.
To access researchIT CT, click here.