We hope you find these websites useful or just fun to look through. They are all free however, some may require you to register with a username and password.
The Fremont District Libraries and Board do not endorse these sites, they were chosen at random for you to browse.
This is the National Institutes of Health’s “site for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, it brings you information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand. MedlinePlus offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, and for free.
This magazine and website is highly trusted source of medical information and news. Great site for looking up drugs, conditions, medical terms, and more.
Information, including an online application for health insurance coverage and contact information for Health Insurance Marketplace in your area: see also: http://yourhealthidaho.org
Europeana offers more than 14.6 million items, all from European libraries, museums, archives and other collections.
This companion website to the cable channel devoted to History provides video, pictures, and articles related to various historical topics.
With over 3,100 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we’re on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
Information you can trust features a searchable, subject-categorized directory of authoritative websites; links to online texts, newspapers, and magazines; and the Ask and ipl2 Librarian online reference service.
Whatever your goal, LearningExpress Library’s resources will help you succeed. Each of our Learning Centers offers the practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want-at school, at work, or in life. Looking to land a job? You’ll find an entire Learning Center dedicated to helping you get the one that’s right for you.
Idaho LiLi database: LiLI connects you with credible resources.This portal is your link to full-text articles from magazines, professional journals, newspapers, and reference books free to all Idaho residents.
A network of great readers’ advisory websites: bookreporter, Reading Group Guides, Graphic Novel Reporter, faithful reader, teenreads, Kidsreads. The site offers lots of great suggestions on lots of great themes.
Provides 7,000 recommended titles for children from which children can create new books lists, and earn prizes for doing well on quizzes on books they have read.
We are a team of teachers who love children’s books and have created this site of the best children’s books to help you quickly and easily find the ideal book for any topic and reading level. We started this site because we know how difficult it can be to find an excellent children’s book on a specific educational topic. Our hope is that this site will be a resource for teachers and home-schoolers, so please do share your book finds with us so that we can add them to our lists.
Shelfari is a community -powered encyclopedia for book lovers. Create a virtual bookshelf, discover new books, connect with friends and learn more about your favorite books-all for free. Similar to “Facebook” only about readers and books.
Bibliographies for over 30,000 authors. Use the browse menu on the left to find an author by surname, or use the search boxes on the right to search for an author or book. Search for an author and find the next book, see books listed in the series, see a list of books coming soon, etc.
This site can assist you in finding other authors that write like your favorite author(s).
Who writes like whom? Need help finding a new author to read? Do you have a favorite? This site can help you find authors who write in the same style or the same genre as your
Begun by North Carolina State University Professor Marshall Brain and now owned and maintained by Discovery Communications (the Discovery Channel), this website explains how just about everything works and not only covers science, medicine, and technology questions, but also history, culture, and more.
This is Googles virtual telescope and lets you scan the night sky on your computer.
This is the companion website to the cable channel and provides very authoritative content on many different do-it-yourself topics.
This is a virtual tour website where you can take virtual tours of places like the Taj Mahal or Kew Gardens, etc.
From this site, customers can search for a job, file for unemployment insurance benefits, file a new claim, file a weekly claim report, and other options. Customers will need to
sign in here with their SSN and 4-digit PIN. If the customer is not a registered user, they can click on “Register” in red at the top right corner. It just takes a minute to register. The customers create their own digit PINs, so the PIN can be whatever they want. Once customers log in, they can search for jobs listed near their zip code, or they can click on “Advanced search” and chose the types of work they want to look for. When looking for jobs, they can click on “How to Apply” for applications instructions, or “Back to Job Search”. From this main sign-in page (before searching for jobs), customers can also upload resumes and cove letters. They can upload saved files, or create new files from blank documents or templates.
This is a link to services for job seekers. i.e. resume tips, application tips, interview tips, etc.
See if a business or charity has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
Partnered with U.S. News & World Report’s automotive department, “RepairPal provides impartial, fair price estimates, the most comprehensive auto shop directory, and expert insights and advice form certified mechanics.” The site focuses on most popular years and car models and does not offer information from before 1990.
The name says it all.
Idaho Legal Aide…Do-it-yourself divorce documents and other do-it-yourself legal documents.
Practice tests for:
Online Driver’s Handbook
Information on what documentation to take with you to get your licenses.
Also, en Española.
My name is Olivia and I work for ACLS Training Center. I have published Airway Management for Obese Patients and after looking at your website for Fremont District Library I noticed that your READERS may benefit from it.
If you are interested, I would like to have the link to my article https://www.acls.net/airway-management on your web page https://fremont.lili.org/helpful-resources/