ReferenceUSA is now Reference Solutions, the #1 source of information on businesses and people for small business owners, marketing professionals, researchers and job seekers. Reference USA helps users create marketing plans, conduct competitive analysis, raise funds and locate people. Available from home to anyone in the Winding Rivers Library System with a library card.
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Find your ancestors in census and other historical records. Usually available only in the library, Ancestry has allowed us to make the Library Edition available to city of La Crosse residents with a valid library card at home during the COVID-19 crisis, through December 2021. Remote access ends December 31, 2021.
The Winding Rivers Library System libraries offer a wide range of highly interactive, instructor-led courses that you can take online through Gale Courses. As a library card holder in good standing, you have access to these courses at no cost. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month.
hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service offered by your local public library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV! This resource is paid for and available to City of La Crosse residents with library cards in good standing.
Get access to more than 7,000 of the world’s top newspapers and magazines as soon as they’re available on shelves. Download the app to read on the go! Available to city of La Crosse residents.
Click Sign In at the top of the screen, then choose Library or Group. Search for La Crosse Public Library, then enter your card number and PIN.
PressReader has not been renewed for 2022.
Information for stock investors.
Home use is paid for and available to city of La Crosse residents. Navigation and user guides can be found here.
The La Crosse Public Library has been a regional depository for Wisconsin Documents since 1974. All Wisconsin Documents are in the library catalog searchable by title, subject, and keyword. Wisconsin Documents call numbers all start with WIS. Copy down the entire number and the first few words of the title. Bring that information to the desk on the second floor of the library to have a staff person retrieve that document for reading or check out.