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Research

What Happened to Zinio?

Users of the Zinio for Libraries app were recently asked to switch to the RB Digital app.  However, many users have found the new app less reliable.  The good news is that RB Digital is aware of the problems there was an update on October 16th to help address the issues.  Please ensure that you have the latest app and operating system on your device.  Any continued problems should be reported to info@lpl.ca.

Many thanks from your digital services team!

For Students

 

The London Public Library has lots to offer students!

Get a Library Card

With a Library Card, you can:

From A cappella to Zacateca Indians

And everything in between.  If you can think of the subject or the question you can find the information you need and the answer to your questions in this most amazing database MasterFILEPremier.

Mango Languages

What is Mango Languages?

Mango Languages is an online language-learning system that teaches actual conversation skills for 12 different languages. In some instances it can also be used as an ESL learning tool. It's so easy to use and you'll see incredible results after just one lesson! It is the place to go to have fun while learning a foreign language.

hebrew main mango screen

For Teachers

teachers

 

The London Public Library has lots to offer teachers!

We know that students use both the school library and the public library to research assignments and choose reading material, and by working together we can help to provide your students with the best possible educational experience.

 

Secondary School Classes

We know that students use both the school library and the public library to research assignments and choose reading material. 

By working together we can help provide your students with the best possible educational experience.

 

All about Research Pro

What is Research Pro?

The Library subscribes to many information databases which contain magazine , academic journal and newspaper articles, and in some cases, encyclopedia articles. These are all reputable articles which have gone through an editorial process and in most cases were published in print as well.

What do these 3 questions have in common?

"How do I build a suspension bridge?", "How many people paid income tax in Ontario last year" and "Can you recommend other authors who write like Meg Cabot?"

These are all questions we've answered through our askON virtual reference service. Quicker than sending an email, you can now ask us a question and we’ll help you with the answer simply by typing in a chat box on our website.

Stumbling around the library

I remember, when attending university for my first degree, going to the library on campus to conduct research and being completely overwhelmed by the sheer volume of materials they had there. Needing articles from academic journals for research papers, I would stroll the stacks of bound journals, picking them up randomly to read table of contents and eventually finding something "close enough" to useful. I spent hours of wasted time trolling for information I needed.