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ResearchIT CT – Search magazine, newspapers, journals, and more. Provided by the Connecticut State Library
Ancestry – The world’s largest online family history resource. Available in the library only.
Consumer Reports – Read product ratings and reviews before you shop.
Creative Bug – DIY projects, crafts, and maker resources. Take a class, watch a tutorial, unlock your creativity.
Flipster – Popular magazines downloadable to your computer or mobile device.
Freegal – Stream music and create playlists. You can also download up to 5 songs a week with your library card. The songs are yours to keep. Look for the Freegal app in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Hoopla – Instantly borrow free digital movies or tv episodes. Ebooks, downloadable audiobooks, and digital comics are also available.
JobNow! – Live job coaching to help you with your resume and interviewing skills. Submit your resume and receive constructive feedback.
Mango Languages – Learn more than 60 languages right from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Morningstar – Invest wisely! Morningstar provides a wealth of in-depth financial information, objective research, and insightful commentary. Use the “In library link” for use in the library and the “Remote Use Link” for access from home.
NoveList Plus – Find your next great read! Titles, articles, and lists for both your fiction and nonfiction needs.
OneClick Digital – Download an audiobook for kids from Stratford’s collection or browse a state-wide collection of downloadable audiobooks.
OverDrive – Download free ebooks and eaudiobooks to your electronic device.
Reference USA – Search for businesses and individuals in the U.S. and Canada in this comprehensive database with millions of records.
Testing and Education Resource Center – Prep for SAT, ACT, AP tests: build skills in reading, writing, math, and science.
Value Line offers research on companies, markets, industries, and economies for investors. They cover over 6,000 stocks, 18,000 mutual funds, 200,000 options, and other securities.
Call for help with your questions: Adults: 203-385-4164 Teens: 203-385-4167 Children: 203-385-4165 or Contact Us Stratford librarians will answer questions, assist with research and locate hard-to-find items.