Engage. Connect. Grow.

 

This is the mission of the Clark Memorial Library.

Even when we are  close, you can get information for your research needs,

feed your curiosity,

or borrow books and magazines by using the digital pathways offer below.

Click either on the picture or the bold text.

 

Our Overdrive collection offers e-books and downloadable audio books for all interests and reading levels.  First time users will need to register by using your Clark Memorial Library card.  You will be asked to select your library.  We are Clark – Bethany. Enjoy!

 

 

Zinio for Libraries, the world’s largest newsstand, offers full-color digital magazines for anytime, anywhere reading on desktops, mobile devices, and apps. Your library’s collection of popular digital magazines includes both new and backlist titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limits. First time users will need to register by using your Clark Memorial Library card.  You will be asked to select your library.  We are Clark – Bethany.

 

researchIT CT offers free online resources as a service of the CT State Library.  Here you will find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles for Connecticut public, K12, and academic libraries and their users. You will need to enter your Clark Memorial Library card number to enter the website.

 

 

Welcome to researchIT CT’s downloadable eAudio & eBook service!  You will need to enter your Clark Memorial Library card number to enter borrow items here.  First time users will also need to register and create a password.  These downloadable books will work on tablets, smart phones, laptops, and more!  So if Overdrive doesn’t have the e-book or downloadable audio book you wanted or there is a long wait, try here!

 

Follow this link to access three genealogy services:  Ancestry.com, the Hartford Courant 1764 to 1922, and Heritage Quest.  You will need to login with your Clark Memorial Library card number.  Also by following this link, you will discover other suggestions and links for researching your family history.