Electronic Collections

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the multitude of digital formats available for getting the information you need? Let us help you. Here is an overview of the formats are available to library cardholders with links to full explanations for their use.


Digital Audio Books (elibraryNJ)

Check Out and Download Digital Audio Books for free, 24/7!

Library cardholders now have immediate access to hundreds of digital audio books from (elibraryNJ, a project for 17 participating libraries in New Jersey!

Click here for more information on Digital Audio Books.



eBooks from EBSCOhost

The online resource eBooks from EBSCOhostprovides full-text electronic access to more than 6,000 books including fiction, nonfiction and educational guides. The service is FREE.

For more information about eBooks from EBSCOhost, click here.



eBooks - Gale Virtual Reference Collection

A virtual reference collection, a place for conducting research that searches hundreds of full-scanned e-books. Users can browse along our virtual stacks and click on the subject category that matches their subject. Watch as the computer instantly searches through books and delivers the best information right to your desktop.

To accesss the Gale Virtual Reference Collection, click here. [Users outside the library - Your library card and PIN numbers are required for access.]



Online Databases

The library subscribes to more than 50 online databases that offer you access to reliable information that is not freely available on the Internet. Using these databases in the library or from your home computer you can find:

  • auto repair information
  • company information
  • encyclopedia articles
  • investment reports
  • legal forms
  • literary criticism
  • local real estate information
  • magazine and journal articles
  • magazines in Spanish or Chinese
  • medical information
  • newspaper articles
  • a telephone directory
  • test preparation help, and much more.

Click here for the Online Databases page, (also called Find Information in Online Databases...)

If you need assistance please call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767 or submit a question online.



Have a Question?

Librarians are ready and willing to assist you. Please let us know how we can help. Click on the Ask a Librarian link on any of the pages of this web site to submit a question. Or pick up the telephone.

  • Information Services Librarians - 732-390-6767.
  • Youth Services Librarians - 732-390-6789.