In the nonstop tsunami of global information, librarians provide us with floaties and teach us how to swim.
The Library's Reference Department can assist with:
Information Services Librarian
Use the library edition of the popular genealogical research website, Ancestry.com to search census records, create family trees and more!
Ancestry Library is available to use inside the library on one of our public computers or via library wifi.
Explore Norton High School Yearbooks dating back to 1925! Experience Norton through historical documents including Marriage Records, Town Reports, and programs from important events in town and library history.
Starting a new career? Looking for a change? Look no further! You now have free, unlimited access to Glassdoor through the Norton Library--no registration or login necessary. Search through more than 15 millions jobs from over 300,000 companies. With employee reviews, salary information, interview information, and more, you can get to know a company before you even apply!
Find your next great read! NoveList Plus offers descriptions, book reviews, book and author read-alikes, and more!
A wide range of databases and encyclopedias are available to you to access anywhere in Massachusetts through the library's website. Topics range from literature to health, culinary arts, history, home improvement, pop culture and many, many more!
Brought to you by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and Massachusetts Library System with state funds and federal Institute of Museum and Library
Online language learning!
Available languages: Spanish (Latin American), Arabic, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, American Sign Language, English (Spanish Speakers), English (Japanese Speakers)
Sponsored by Norton Media Center.
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