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Research Resources

Fort Lee Public Library’s New York Times digital subscription provides ongoing access to NYTimes.com from any of our 14 reference computers, as well as from patron devices registered with our complementary 72 hour pass. When you subscribe with your Fort Lee Public Library card, you’ll get access to articles and blog posts, as well as video, slide shows and other multimedia features. This includes the latest content and news as well as limited access to articles from 1851 to the present day.

You can access the New York Times website and content both from inside the library or from home. For both please register your email address with the New York Times. When accessing from home, you will need to visit this page first and click the ACCESS NEW YORK TIMES ONLINE button. From there you will use a Redeem code that provides access for a 72 hour period. There is no limit on how many codes you can use, so you can keep coming back to get more content!

Ancestry

Ancestry.com Library Edition gives access to billions of names in thousands of genealogical databases including Census and Vital Records, birth, marriage and death notices, the Social Security Death Index, Passenger lists and naturalizations, Military and Holocaust Records, City Directories, and more. Ancestry Library Edition is only available in-house at the Library. Available from Library computers or on our Wi-Fi network. Not available for remote/home use.

Pronunciator

Pronunciator — Our interactive language learning database for Fort Lee Library patrons. You may choose from 60 languages. There are 3,000 language courses and 3 million lessons. Pronunciator features interactive conversations, scored quizzes, progress reports, virtual coaching, and pronunciation analysis (microphone needed).

Value Line

Value Line is a complete, multidimensional investment management solution that enables both new and experienced investors to make timely, better-informed decisions.

BCCLS Resources

The Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS) provides online databases that cover a broad range of fields, including history, art, health, psychology, politics, business and the sciences. These databases can be accessed by clicking below:

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