Library Card Holders can access nearly all of our Online Databases from home.
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RED - In-library use
GREEN - At-home use
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|Huron Public Library Atriuum Catalog
Find library books, magzines, DVDs and other material.
|NoveList Plus in-library use
NoveList Plus at-home use
Read everything by your favorite author? Let NoveList help you discover new authors and titles based on your reading preferences.
|NoveListK-8 Plus in-library use
NoveListK- 8 Plus at-home use
For K-8 readers, their parents and teachers. NoveList finds books that young readers will enjoy.
|America's Genealogybank by Newsbank
Quickly find your ancestors in over 300 years of historical newspapers, books, pamphlets and government reports.
|ArtistWorks for Libraries
Music and Art Instruction - Unlimited access to beginning to advanced lessons for instruments, voice and physical art.
A video-based how-to training resource covering more than 500 of today's most popular software applications on both PCs and Macs.
Getting Started with Atomic Training video (on Vimeo)
|Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC) In-library use
Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC) At-home use
Car and Truck repair guides online
Car and Truck repair guides online
Practice exams for written portion, SD drivers manuals (Driver, Motorcycle, & CDL) and South Dakota DMV FAQ section
Find out what the next book is in your favorite series (NOTE: does not include children's books, short stories or non-fiction.)
Online Music for streaming and downloading (daily and weekly limits per user)
Freegal Music FAQs
Free online computer courses created by Goodwill Community Foundation, Inc
|GoodCall Scholarship Engine
A comprehensive list of reputable private scholarships for students. Covers a wide variety majors at all education levels including graduate and doctoral.
(You can now use your Huron Public Library card to log in!)
For genealogy and family history research
|InstantFlix powered by IndieFlix
Unlimited streaming access to thousands of award-winning shorts, feature films, and documentaries from across more than 50 countries
InstantFlix help webpage
Create personalized legal documents specific to your state/province and personal situation
Getting Started with Law Depot video (on Vimeo)
|Learning Express Library
Practice tests for ACT, SAT, AP and many career exams
Learn a new language
Find product manuals in .pdf format. Free website.
| MyHeritage in-library use
My Heritage at-home use
More than 5 billion records from around the world for family history research
|Newspapers.com Library Edition in-library use
Newspapers.com Library Edition at-home use
Historical newspapers archive from the 1700s-2000s 3,000+ news titles from the U.S. and around the world.
|Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center
Online version of a popular series for students and general researchers. Enhanced with additional features.
Navigating the Opposing Viewpoints Homepage video
Full-text magazine and journal articles
South Dakota Historical Maps from 1867 to 1970
For K-9 grade researchers
For 6-12 grade researchers
|Virtual Reference Library
Online reference book collection
|World Book Web (please contact library for login info)
For all ages K-12 and general research, includes Spanish and French editions
|WorldCat in-library use
WorldCat at-home use
|Available for use only at the Huron Public Library|
|Ancestry Library Edition
For researching local history and family histories
|CAMIO, OCLC’s Catalog of Art Museum Images Online
Digital versions of fine and decorative art from leading museums around the world
Displays a map with over nine million original U.S. landowners in a single, searchable presentation.