A to Z Maps Online
The world’s largest database of royalty-free, downloadable maps for academic and business (non-commercial) use.
A to Z The USA
Offers detailed information on the state bird, mammal, tree, reptile, mineral, flower, stone, song, insect, gemstone, fossil, and fish for 50 states plus five territories and the District of Columbia.
Global Road Warrior
World class e-content database offering country by country information on 175 nations and territories. Topics for each country include society and culture, travel essentials, business culture, communications and more. Global Road Warrior also promotes cross-cultural understanding through comparative studies. Business people engaged in international trade, students researching country reports or patrons planning international travel will all find what they need within this site.
A to Z World Travel
A comprehensive travel guide providing practical information for experiencing the world and all its wonders, for travelers and students alike.
A to Z World Food
The world’s largest database of global food culture & recipes. With thousands of international recipes, hundreds of fascinating culture and ingredient articles, and essential culinary resources, AtoZ World Food brings international cuisines to you, from Albanian byrek to Zimbabwean matemba!
A to Z Food America
Explore food culture and traditional recipes from around the country! It’s a moveable feast in a digital cookbook.
An image and video-based foreign language learning tool for 260 of the most basic words and terms in 30 languages. Extremely helpful for travelers and beginning language learners.
Specialized reference and informational eBooks including medical and mental health, self-help, finances, cookbooks, diet and exercise, business and marketing information, and much more. These materials, previously only available in the library, are now online from the library or remotely 24/7, and allow multiple users to access any of the books at any time – no checkouts or holds required. Because each library creates its own eBook collection, the content you see may vary if you use the database at different libraries (your school, your public library, or your office). Titles are purchased and managed by both Seneca District Libraries and POWERLibrary.
Free with your library card! With this online learning platform, users can explore more than 4,000 continuously updated, on-demand video courses across 75 categories in business, technology, design, and more to learn anytime, anywhere. All courses are taught by world-class instructors and, best of all, you can feel good knowing that the content is fresh. Courses are updated or replaced monthly with new material on emerging topics, so learners develop skills in the most relevant, in-demand areas. Purchased by Seneca District.
Black Freedom Struggle in the United States
ProQuest invites you to explore the new Black Freedom Struggle website, featuring expertly selected open primary source documents. Visitors will find historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence and more from specific time periods in U.S. history marked by the opposition African Americans have faced on the road to freedom. These resources are provided freely to libraries by ProQuest.
Gale OneFile: Culinary Arts
Offers more than five million articles from more than 250 major cooking and nutrition magazines, as well as book reference content. A POWERLibrary Resource.
Gale OneFile: World History
Provides access to scholarly journals and magazines useful to both novice historians as well as advanced academic researchers. The database offers balanced coverage of events in world history and scholarly work being established in the field. A POWERLibrary Resource.
Gale OneFile: U.S. History
Provides access to scholarly journals and magazines useful to both novice historians as well as advanced academic researchers. Updated daily, this library resource offers balanced coverage of events in U.S. history and scholarly work being established in the field. A POWERLibrary Resource.
Learn about people, places, nature, history, and science from videos and eBooks on topics such as American Indians, Ancient Civilizations, Farm to Table, The Civil War, Continents, The Thirteen Colonies, U.S. Government, Disasters, Earth Science, Experiments, Extreme Science, Nature, and many more. A POWERLibrary Resource.
Provides searchable access to more than 300 hundred years of local historical newspapers dating back to the 17th century. NewspaperARCHIVE Library Edition contains more than 130 million digitized pages of content from over 6,000 newspapers throughout North America, the UK, and other select countries worldwide. Attention: This resource is available remotely with your library card as well as in any of our libraries. After entering your library card number, register with a personal email and password to easily save clippings and few articles that you can retrieve anytime.
View the greatest events in world history with photographs, audio sound bites, video, and graphics, for over 185 years. Over 3,000 photos/images/sound bites/graphics added daily, including audio and visual snapshots. A POWERLibrary Resource.
Contains more than 155 million pages and 200,000 titles of legal history and government documents in a fully searchable, image-based format. HeinOnline bridges the gap in historical research by providing comprehensive coverage from inception of more than 2,500 law-related periodicals. In addition to its vast collection of law journals, HeinOnline contains the entire Congressional Record, Federal Register, and Code of Federal Regulations, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754, and entire databases dedicated to treaties, constitutions, case law, world trials, classic treatises, international trade, foreign relations, U.S. Presidents, and much more. Also includes Gun Regulation and Legislation in America; Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture and Law; and National Survey of State Laws. ATTENTION: This database is available ONLY within the Library using the link on the icon. To access from home, call the library for the password, then click here to access our remote authentication login page.