Tutorials and databases

The Wolfeboro Library provides access to a variety of databases, many of which may be used from home. Topics range from general interest to business, genealogy, literature, health resources, jobs, educational courses and more. Take some time and explore the possibilities.

lynda.com LOGO

ONLINE TUTORIALS  LinkedIn Learning has great content of 1,000’s of training videos covering a huge variety of topics.  


NUWAV LEGAL DOCUMENTS The on-line tool that lets you create professional-quality legal documents.  Remote access allowed with a Wolfeboro Library card.



  LANGUAGE LEARNING with a purpose


GENEALOGY  Check out these three sites for all your genealogy quests.

AncestryLibrary.com provides access to more than 1 billion names, more than 3,000 databases, and the federal census 1790-1930.

Available in the library only

heritage quest online

HeritageQuest Online provides access to U.S. Census indexes and digitized images, and more than 25,000 family and local histories, is available to many individuals.  CLICK HERE FOR Remote Access using your library card number.

Family Search is maintained by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and provides an online search of the millions of names in its International Genealogical Index.


Remote access: Enter you library card number as your patron ID

EBSCOHost databases provide full text articles from thousands of magazine, journals,  and national newspapers ranging from Time to PC World to the Journal of Nursing Research to Library Journal.  Most, but not all titles, are available in full text and include the most current issues as well as years of back issues.



business source premierAlso available for remote use-ask the librarian for a user name and password.

Business Source Premier offers full text articles from 1,000 business journals back to 1985. Regional Business News incorporates coverage of more than 80 regional business publications covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.