Research Databases: N

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Newspaper Source

Newspaper Source

Read articles from newspapers around the country, access industry-specific newspapers, and search TV and radio news transcripts. Includes full text articles from national (U.S.) and international newspapers and selected full text from almost more than 400 regional (U.S.) newspapers. An EBSCOhost resource.

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Newspapers.com by Ancestory

Newspapers.Com ‚Äď Troy Newspapers, 1828-2014 (In-House use only)

Search historic Troy newspapers by name, subject or dates to find old articles of interest which were published in Troy as early as 1828. These digital copies of Troy newspapers will expedite your historical and genealogical research. The Troy Times, The Buckeye, The Miami Union, Troy Daily News and others were papers published in Troy for the city and county-wide news. Whether you are looking for national, state or local news, you now have access at your fingertips.

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Northstar Digital Literacy

Improve your digital skills with computers, software, and technology with Northstar Digital Literacy assessments. The online, self-guided modules assess the ability of an individual to perform tasks based on the skills in three main areas:

  • Essential Computer Skills¬†- Basic Computer Skills, Internet Basics, Using Email, Windows OS, Mac OS
  • Essential Software Skills¬†‚ÄstMicrosoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs
  • Using Technology in Daily Life¬†- Social Media, Information Literacy, Career Search Skills, Supporting K-12 Distance Learning, Your Digital Footprint.

You can have your assessment proctored to obtain a Northstar Digital Literacy Certificate when passing assessments. Certificates provide an important credential for employment, as even entry-level jobs increasingly require basic computer skills. Visit the Information Desk for assessment proctoring or call us at 937-339-0502 extension 112. 

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Novelist

Find book recommendations and reading lists. Read about your favorite author. Discover book discussion guides and awards lists.

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