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Listen to your favorite audiobooks online with just a click of a button. Listen to books in many different categories, including fiction, nonfiction, children's, classics and even Spanish language. Books are always available and never on hold.
Find articles and news about leaders, inventors, athletes, writers, scientists, and other famous people from today and yesterday.
Comprehensive collection of 450,000+ biographical profiles.
Explore LearningExpress Library's Career Center, where you can prepare for occupational entrance exams, explore career opportunities, and expand upon workplace skills.
Provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities.
Learn to code interactively, for free. Courses cover CSS, Java, HTML, and more.
Strengthen your academic skills and prepare for placement tests and graduate school entrance exams in LearningExpress Library's College Center.
Practice tests, interactive tutorials, and eBooks from LearningExpress Library to help you prepare for college success.
Access full-text information and videos on health and wellness.
Free Nebraska Drivers License practice tests. Includes motorcycle, automobile, CDL tests, and more!
Overdrive: Teen eBooks for your computer, mobile device, or eReader.
Browse by broad topic area or search by a general interest, health, legal, biographical, or other topic for full-text popular magazine and journal articles, and other resources.
Download four free songs every week, and they're yours to keep. Listen to thousands of artists and tens of thousands of albums, including today's biggest hits.
Student-friendly online encyclopedia covering more than 25,000 topics.
Hundreds of engaging, instructor-led online courses focused on professional development, technology skills, and personal enrichment that are all free with your library card!
Supports student papers, projects, and presentations while empowering the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills with content aligned to national and state curriculum standards.
Combines reference content with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and more.
Search the Omaha World-Herald from 1878-1983.
Discover and share books you love on Goodreads, the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations!
LearningExpress Library's High School Equivalency Center provides skill development and other resources and tools for preparation for high school equivalency tests including the GED, HiSET, and TASC.
Billed as a "free world-class education for anyone anywhere," Khan Academy has thousands of courses that span humanities, computer science, test prep, and more.
LearningExpress Library features online tutorials, practice tests, and eBooks to help patrons of all ages. It offers job search and workplace skills improvement, skill building in reading, writing, math, and basic science, career certification and licensure exam prep, college and grad school entrance test prep, GED® test prep, and more.
Meet Libby, the new app from OverDrive for enjoying eBooks and eAudiobooks from OPL.
Junior Library Guild authors, illustrators, publisher partners, and educators are coming together to bring you exclusive webcasts that will engage, entertain, and educate.
Learn software and computer skills through instructional videos.
Language learning lessons with reading/writing/listening components.
Search popular magazines, journals, and other sources for info on a variety of topics.
The Nebraska Department of Labor website of jobs.
Looking for the Omaha World-Herald? NewsBank gives library cardholders instant access to the World-Herald's issues and archives, plus hundreds of other newspapers in English and Spanish around the country.
Discover reading recommendations based on your favorite titles, authors, subjects and genres. Whether you read fiction or nonfiction or listen to audiobooks, you'll find your next great read/listen with NoveList Plus.
The OOH from the Bureau of Labor Statistics can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
The Omaha Star, in existence for over 70 years, has been Nebraska’s largest African American newspaper. Search the archives from 1938-2011.
Looking for the Omaha World-Herald? NewsBank gives library cardholders instant access to the World-Herald's issues and archives.
Check out our binge-worthy collection of on-demand webcasts, featuring author interviews, editorial insight, book talks, and more. Recent favorites include a Q&A with Nikki Grimesopens a new window (Ordinary Hazards), a fun chat with Jon Scieszkaopens a new window (Astronuts), and an author talk with 2019 Newbery Medalist Meg Medinaopens a new window (Merci Suárez Changes Gears). All on-demand webcasts are available in closed-captioning.
Find critical essays of current events with an overview and two sides of the issue.
Search full text journal articles covering psychology, behavior, and more.
Resources for elementary, middle, and high school students from LearningExpress Library. Prepare for important tests, get extra help for assignments, boost skills in core subjects, and more.
Search full-text scholarly journals covering science and technology.
A collection of Graphic Novels, eBooks, classic literature, National Geographic videos, educator resources and audiobooks, perfect for middle school and high school students. It features adjustable online text and complete audio narration.
Studying for the ACT, SAT or other tests? Take one of the test prep courses in Gale Courses.
The What's Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction.
Access World Book's resources for grades Pre-K to 12 until April 30, 2020. Visit this guide for information about all the resources available.
Search world rankings, records, top 10 lists, and more.
The world's largest catalog and another way to discover resources available to you beyond Omaha Public Library.