Find the school that's best for you!
College Board's Big Future helps guide students and parents through the complicated process of choosing the right college! Searches can be done by location, major, and more, and tools are available for comparing schools and exploring majors and careers. For those who don't know where to begin, the site also offers a step-by-step startup guide.
Niche Academy offers online tutorials on library and research topics. Users can learn everything from Microsoft Excel, to the ins and outs of social medial platforms like Facebook and Twitter, to the correct way of citing sources in an academic paper, all with the help of brief online lesson
CourtHelp: A New York State Court Help Resource
Court Help is a free database designed to help New York State residents with either representing themselves in court or filing legal paperwork. Users can either make a selection from the categories provided to get an overview of what each dispute entails, or go to the DIY Forms section to get free downloadable forms.
Visit our archives - at the library or from home!
Patrons can access the library's local history collection online or by stopping in! If you'd like to make an appointment to come in and browse through the non-circulating items in our collection, call the library 48 hours in advance to ensure that someone will be available to help you when you stop in.
Your source for authoritative health information
The National Library of Medicine, a part of the National Institutes of Health, created and maintains MedlinePlus to assist you in locating authoritative health information.
MedlinePlus contain carefully selected links to Web resources with health information on over 975 topics. These include links to current news and references to latest health professional articles on your topic.
MedlinePlus offers health topic information, a medical encyclopedia, medical dictionary, drug and supplement information and more.
NIH Senior Health
Health and wellness information for older adults
NIH Senior Health is the premier federal health and wellness website for older adults, from the National Institutes of Health.
Health information is one of the key topics that older adults search for online. By pairing authoritative health information with an easy-to-use design, NIH Senior Health uniquely serves a population increasingly interested in health issues but unfamiliar with how to access this information on the Internet.
The content is geared toward the health interests of people 60 and older. Visitors to the site will find information on healthy aging and ways to prevent and treat aging-related diseases, as well as tips on medical care and personal safety. To accommodate the different ways older adults assimilate information, NIH Senior Health presents its content in a variety of formats, including background information, quizzes, videos, and frequently asked questions.
Cruise through your permit test!
Driving-Tests.org offers free DMV permit practice tests, as well as tips for getting or renewing your driver's license! Check it out today!
Students and kids can access a wealth of online resources and reference databases - including magazine, newspaper, and journal articles - all for free through Ramapo Catskill Library System's Reference and Magazine Article Databases.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Opposing Viewpoints is a valuable resource that covers today's latest social issues, from offshore drilling to climate change and other controversial or talked-about topics.
eLibrary Elementary offers more than 390 magazines, newspapers, books, and transcripts, plus thousands of maps, images, educator-approved websites, and more for elementary school students.
Looking for a new career?
JobNow is an invaluable resource offered AT NO COST to our library patrons! Get job coaching, resume tips, and much more!
Visit the largest library in the world
The Library of Congress offers millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps, and manuscripts in its collections
Are you visually impaired?
The Talking Book and Braille Library lends audio and braille books and magazines, as well as listening equipment, to residents of 55 upstate New York counties.