Research a Topic
In addition to the books under our roof, the Kellogg-Hubbard offers many research options.
Our periodicals collection contains roughly 130 titles. Back issues can be checked out for one week.
Hundreds more titles are searchable through the Vermont Online Library. (You will need your library barcode number to log in. If you have lost your library card, call the circ desk at 223-3338 and we will look up the number for you.)
Vermont Online Library also gives you access to many databases and resources. Several of them offer audio versions of their articles as MP3s. Text articles can be translated into several languages.
Log in to see all the databases. Here are just a few:
InfoTrac Custom Newspapers - Full texts of 50+ US and international news sources (New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Financial Times, etc)
Career Transitions - Online career guidance center
Powerspeak Languages - Fun and effective online language lessons (Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, ESL Spanish)
Small Business Resource Center - Learn to start, finance, or manage your small business
Health & Wellness Resource Center - Trusted medical reference materials (for informational purposes only)
Academic OneFile - Peer-reviewed, full-text articles
Business & Company Resource Center - Company profiles, brand information, rankings
Biography in Context - Contextual information on the world’s most influential people
Opposing Viewpoints in Context - Video, audio & podcasts on today’s hottest social issues
Take a Class
The Kellogg-Hubbard offers Universal Class, which has a wide range of free non-credit classes, including career orientation, academic interest, personal development, and test preparation.
If you want to do genealogical research, check out our family history page!