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Access each database with your library card number (it's the long 424 number)!
For a full list of databases accessible through Bud Werner Memorial Library, check out this page. Maps
Database of proprietary, royalty-free world, continent, country, and state maps. The 4,000+ maps include political, physical, outline, population, precipitation, climate, and other thematic maps. New maps are added to the collection every month. World Travel

City-specific electronic travel guide for 202 cities of the world with information about society and culture, travel, communications, business, trade, marketing, and security. Create a personalized travel guide containing health and safety information, essential language terms, travel accommodations, main attractions, and more by selecting topics you wish to print and the database will create a PDF that you can print and take with you on your travels.

Access World News
Full-text access to over 10,000 local, national, and world newspapers, magazines, and broadcast transcripts, including the Denver Post, New York Post, and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Browse suggested topics such as Health, Sports, STEM, International Issues, or search by keyword, location, author, or source. 

America's Newspapers
Full-text access to Colorado newspapers including The Denver Post, The Daily Camera,  Ft. Collins Coloradoan, and The Gazette and newspapers from major metropolitan areas within the United States including the Denver Post, Miami Herald, Seattle Times and more! 

Consumer Reports

Provides access to independently conducted, unbiased evaluations of thousands of consumer products. Includes articles, reviews, and buying guide information. 

Encyclopedia Britannica - Public Library/Kids
Explora Middle School

Provides age-appropriate environments for students to look up articles and facts for research papers, class projects or homework.

Gale Literature: Contemporary Authors

Find the biographies and bibliographies of thousands of U.S. and international authors. Continuously updated. 

History Reference Center

The world's most comprehensive full text history reference database designed for secondary schools, public libraries, junior/community colleges, and undergraduate research. The database features full text for more than 2,000 reference books, encyclopedias and non-fiction books from leading history publishers.

Library of Congress - Primary Documents

The library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with more books, recordings, photographs, and maps than any other library. Since the earliest days of the Internet, the Library has been a leader in making resources available online. To learn how to site Library of Congress primary documents, click here. 

MAS Ultra - School Edition

Specifically designed for high school students with full text of 500 periodicals, 350 reference books, 100,000 primary source documents, 84,700 biographies - plus over 235,000 photos, maps, and flags.

Middle Search Plus

For middle and junior high school students, with 140 full text titles (with Lexile reading level), as well as historical essays, 84,700 biographies, over 235,000 images, and 100,000 primary source documents.

The New York Times Digital Edition

Read the daily New York Times online. Enjoy access to articles, blogs, videos, podcasts, multimedia features and historical content dating back to 1851. Once you have created an account with New York Times, you may download and use the app and the TimesMachine in 72 hour intervals.

NoveList K-8 Plus

Contains enhanced subject access for over 60,000 fiction and non-fiction titles aimed at the K-8 population. Full-text reviews from sources like School Library Journal and Booklist are available for many titles.

Points of View

Access to materials from diverse viewpoints, including more than 1,000 essays, leading political magazines from a variety of perspectives, newspapers, radio & TV news transcripts, reference books and other primary sources.

Social Sciences Full Text

Social Sciences Full Text includes articles from over 300 journals from 1972 to the present. The database covers a wide array of subjects, including addiction studies, ethics, public welfare, urban studies, and more. 


Over 139,800 articles on current events topics like aging, crime, drugs, energy, health, human rights and world affairs, from over 4,800 sources, with 1,650 full text periodicals.

The Wall Street Journal

Read the in a browser via a computer or handheld device. Enjoy access to articles, blogs, markets, podcasts, and The Wall Street Journal Magazine in 10-day intervals.