Alberta Health Services (AHS) is Canada’s first and largest province-wide, fully-integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to the over four million people living in Alberta, as well as to some residents of Saskatchewan, B.C. and the Northwest Territories.
Alberta Research Portal gives anyone within Alberta access to millions of primary documents from institutions all over the world. A fantastic resource for students, teachers, and researchers, this portal lets you access the Gale Primary Sources collection, a resource with 69 unique primary source collections, including extensive resources related to First Nations and Indigenous peoples, the Associated Press Collections, Smithsonian Collection Online, Archives of Human Sexuality and Gender, Sabin Americana, and 25 titles from the Gale Virtual Reference Library.
Access to over 60 million Canadian records, including birth, marriage, and death records, census records, military records, immigration and naturalization records and more.
Access to this resource has been temporarily expanded to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry. Remote access will end as of December 31, 2021 and return to in-library use only.
Le Centre de la francophonie des Amériques annonce la mise en ligne de la nouvelle bibliothequedesameriques.com. Cette bibliothèque numérique est unique, 100 % Franco-Amérique pour ses membres! Pour commencer, allez dans le coin supérieur droit de l'écran et créez un compte gratuit.
The Center de la francophonie des Amériques announces the launch of the new bibliothequedesameriques.com. This digital library is unique: 100% Franco-American and free for its members! To begin, go to the top right corner of the screen to create a free account.
This historical newspaper provides genealogists, researchers and scholars with online, easily-searchable first-hand accounts and unparalleled coverage of the politics, society and events of the time. Coverage: 1883 - 2010. For current issues of the Calgary Herald, please visit PressReader.
CanLII is a non-profit organization that has been engaged by the law societies of Canada to establish, operate, maintain and provide to the law societies a website dedicated to providing continuous access to a virtual library of Canadian legal information. CanLII's goal is to make Canadian law accessible on the Internet.
Get some of the newest and your old favourites using cloudLibrary. One of four eBook catalogues available to the Peace Library System, cloudLibrary offers a large catalogue of eBooks & eAudiobooks that all library patrons can access with an internet connection. Read and listen at home or download your titles onto your mobile devices and take them to go.
Consumer Reports is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping consumers make informed choices about products, services, and safety. They put over 4000 products through rigorous testing each year. You can use this resource inside and outside of the library. You will be asked for your library barcode when accessing Consumer Reports outside of the library.
Library and Archives Canada’s (LAC) collection is the shared documentary heritage of all Canadians and spans the entire history of our country. The collection contains materials in all types of formats from across Canada and around the world that are of interest to Canadians.
LinkedIn Learning is a video tutorial library available to all patrons looking to improve or expand their skills. The site offers thousands of videos and is constantly expanding to ensure patrons have the most up to date information on software, skills, tasks, careers and more.
For Android & iOS users: when logging into the app for the first time, you will be asked for a Library LinkedIn Learning ID which is peacelibrarysystem.
This site was built by the Alberta Government and Alberta Health Services to give Albertans one place to go for health information they can trust. Healthcare experts across the province make sure the information is correct, up to date, and written for people who live in Alberta.
Need a book recommendation? Use NoveList to search by dozens of appeal factors, look at the list of similar titles, authors and series and get a good look at book awards and their winners.
For more on how NoveList pairs the right book with the right reader, check out The Secret Language of Books: A Guide to Appeal.
PLSB has partnered with the Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) to make over 1,000 Alberta-published eBooks available to readers across the province. These eBooks can now be borrowed through the Cantook Station platform on public library websites. The collection is augmented quarterly in March, June, Sept and December, and represents a wide range of genres including memoir, literary fiction, mystery, poetry, historical, scholarly, educational, children’s, graphic novels, young adult and speculative fiction. The collection also contains a small and growing eAudiobook selection.
Here, you'll find tutorials on the most popular and useful websites on the Internet, from social networks and dating sites to everyday tools for getting directions and knowing what the weather's going to be like. You can even learn how to listen to music, watch videos, and have phone calls right on your computer through the power of the Internet. They also have special resources dedicated to 50+ adults
A resource for kids and children beginning to do research and homework. The site is very similar to World Book: Kids but offers all of its content in Spanish.