Welcome to Allegheny County’s eLibrary
, home of downloadable and streaming entertainment sites and reliable databases for research.
Please explore all of these FREE
public library resources with your library card
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Historical Black Newspapers is an excellent resource that provides information and perspectives that was excluded or marginalized in mainstream news sources. These newspapers include articles, obituaries, photos and editorials. Newspapers available through this resource include: Baltimore Afro-American, Philadelphia Tribune, New York ...Read More
is primarily a one-to-one online tutoring service connecting students to qualified tutors from any Internet-enabled computer. Students (and parents too!) can get help for any kind of academic question in math, science, English, social studies, writing and more. The ...Read More
Do you have a summer bucket list this year? It's a strange and unique summer for all but there are still plenty of ways to get your summer groove on and take advantage of a quieter pace. Magazines (and blogs ...Read More
As patrons continue to need to supplement their physical library checkouts with e-offerings, OverDrive’s Always Available section has become an even more important destination to point out. This time, we’ll focus on e-book offerings. Always Available includes selections for a ...Read More
eBooks read in June
eAudioBooks listened to in June
in Allegheny County.
Check with your local library
to see if they offer additional resources, as some libraries purchase subscriptions locally.
* The PowerLibrary
project is made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services
and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.