All resources listed on on this page can be accessed at the library, your home computer, or from you mobile phone using an app. For most of the resources you a current Baright Public Library card is needed to access these resources. Use the 14 digit barcode on the back of your card to check out any digital content. NebraskaAccess database can be accessed using a state ID or drivers license, or with a password proviced by the library.
Contact the library at 402-331-7636 for assistance in using these online materials.
eBooks & eAudiobooks
Free Online Classes
Universal Class for Libraries
Choose from over 500 online continuing education classes. Alternative sign-in page for returning users. Access using your Baright Public Library card.
Teach yourself how to use popular web sites like Facebook, Netflix, and Gmail.
Medical & Legal Information
A collection of sites where you can find current information and organizations offering assistance.
Authoritative collection of information on a variety of health topics curated by the National Library of Medicine.
Nebraska Free Legal Answers
Nebraska State Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Project based on the walk-in clinic model where individuals request brief advice and counsel about a specific civil legal issue from an approved volunteer lawyer.
FirstSearch – Worldcat
Use FirstSearch to access Worldcat, a database listing books, DVD’s, and other materials cataloged by libraries worldwide. A NebraskAccess database.
A collection of databases containing magazine articles and reference works covering a broad range of subjects, such as, biography, business, and science. Access is available to all Nebraskans from home with a State ID or Driver’s License.
Resource for avid readers of all ages. Features, such as, “Recommend Reads” lists and “read alikes,” allow readers to explore different genres, or find a “new” favorite author. Access is available to all Nebraskans from home with a State ID or Driver’s License.
Locate books, DVDs, and other materials cataloged by libraries worldwide. Use your ZIP code to find the libraries nearest you who may own the title you want.