- New York Times
Access to the New York Times online from within the library. See a Librarian for more information or to get a 72-hour pass for home use.
- Contemporary AuthorsResearch your favorite authors, including biographical information, career path, writings and works in progress.
- EBSCOFull-text journals articles; student resources; searchasaurus for children.
- JerseyClicksBetter than Google! High quality databases cover subjects such as health, history, business, education, science, current events, literature, and popular fiction. The suite also includes Informe, a Spanish language full-text database.
- Job & Career AcceleratorStart your job search here. Create professional resumes & cover letters, explore over 1,000 occupations and search over 5 million job postings, and much more!!
- Good ReadsSign up for monthly newsletters on the latest books in your favorite genre!
- NovelistFiction for all ages by author, title, plot, series. Discussion guides for study and reading groups.
- Mango Languages – learn a new language:
- Drivers Education Program – Free practice tests for the New Jersey Driving exam.
Technology at the Library
The Highland Park Public Library offers a full selection of computerized tools for every research need. These services include the online library catalog, Internet access for adults and children, word processors (with MicroSoft Office), wireless internet access and a menu of searchable online databases.
Internet Access for Children
Children who are ten years and under must use the Children’s Room computers. There is no time limit but users must be willing to use a fair amount of time. Parents who are in the library with small children may use the computers in the Children’s Room for a limited amount of time.
Internet Access for Adults
Anyone is welcome to use the Internet. All you need is to request a random password from the Reference Librarian or the Circulation Desk. Users are allowed 30 minutes per day of Internet access. Email can be sent and received, with attachments. Short term word processing is also available at the Internet stations (Open Office), and floppy disks and USB storage can be used.
Look for books from home and at the Library with the Online Catalog. Place holds on books that are not currently checked in, renew your books and review a list of books that you have out or may be overdue.
Four word processors are available for one hour per day per person. Microsoft WORD, EXCEL, PowerPoint, Publisher and Adobe Acrobat are available, as well as Windows Media Player. You can call for an appointment or stop by the Library and sign up for time slots.
- Contemporary Authors