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Research family history using thousands of sources of information covering the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Please note: In-library access only.
Access comprehensive multimedia content for primary, secondary and university students, business professionals and leisurely learners.
Get comprehensive news from 300 publications throughout Canada.
Get money-saving advice and tips, product ratings and reviews, and recommendations and buying advice for over 5,000 products.
Research made easy! Search Explora for rich, reliable information in a single click.
Frontier Life is a rich collection of documents from sixteen archives and libraries that captures the lives of people living on the colonial frontier regions of North America, Africa, and Australasia.
Take six-week online courses taught by college instructors and experts in the field. Offerings include professional development, technology skills and personal enrichment.
Check out primary collections, including historical archives of newspapers, the Smithsonian Collections Online, Sabin Americana, Indigenous Peoples: North America, and more!
Grant Connect by Imagine Canada (In Library only)
Imagine Canada makes it easier for charities across the country to find new prospects and win grants. The Grant Connect platform is easy to use and provides donor data you can trust.
- The Funder Search helps find funders that are most likely to support your organization or project.
- Gift Explorer helps you find organizations like yours that have received gifts, and find a funder that has made grants to organizations in your field
- People Seeker can help you find a person associated with a funder - an officer, board member, or staff person.
Check out hundreds of thousands of movies, full music albums, audiobooks and more.
Stream over 30,000 films like the Criterion Collection, documentaries, indie films, and more.
Lynda.com is an online learning tool that helps anyone develop business, software and creative skills—giving you access to thousands of courses for free with your library card.
Thank you to the Friends of the St. Albert Public Library for subsidizing Lynda.com.
Scope out your favorite author, title or subject read-alikes.
Discover the fiction titles that are popular with young readers.
Download ebooks and audiobooks on compatible reading devices.
Read more than 2000 newspapers from around the world. Includes 50 Canadian newspapers.
Learn over 80 different languages, including 50 non-English language courses and more. Before using Pronunciator on a mobile device, please register here, then log into the app.
RBdigital eMagazines & eAudiobooks (formerly Zinio)
Read popular magazines and listen to over 300 eAudiobooks that you can download on your PC, Mac, or mobile device.
Alberta-published, fiction and nonfiction ebooks.
Improve your English language skills with this popular online preparation course.
Study help and exam prep for Grades 3 - 12, Alberta curriculum-based.