Resources that work from anywhere!
||This searchable collection of
magazines, newspapers, journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias, images
and other sources is available to all Maine citizens 24 hours a day as
a service of Maine InfoNet.
All you need is a computer with Internet access. Use MARVEL! from home,
school, work, or the library.
Maine Memory Network
|The Maine Memory Network is a
statewide digital museum that provides unprecedented access to over
12,000 historical items from over 180 museums, historical societies,
libraries, and other organizations from every corner of Maine. Many of
the historical photographs from McArthur Library's own collection can
be seen as part of this virtual museum.
Resources that require your library card to log
||This 24-hour-on-call "mechanic"
provides quick online access to repair, maintenance, and service
information on the most popular vehicles on the road today.
||Access to thousands of online
legal documents, forms, and letters that you can customize to suit your
& Education Reference Center
||In-depth information on colleges
and universities, graduate and professional programs, distance
learning, entrance tests, and much more.
It! Antiques & Collectibles
||Identify, research, and price
those antiques and collectibles that you're wondering about.
| Global Road Warrior
||Information for the business and
recreational traveler on 175 countries around the world. Log on with
your McArthur Library Card number
|A to Z
||A collection of political maps, climate
maps, geology maps and much more. Put your library card number in
the box labeled "Library Code."
through Real Native Conversations. Mango is designed to equip you
with conversational abilities from the very start. Mango
immerses you in real, everyday conversations in 12 different language
||Maine Infonet and
its member libraries now provide access to downloadable audio
books in MP3 and WMA formats. Use your library card number to log
The library subscribes to these
databases for our patrons' use. If you do not have a McArthur Library
card, please come in and get one! To learn more about how to get a
card, visit our
Resources that only work inside the library.
||A historical collection of fire
insurance maps of Maine's towns and cities from 1867-1970.