Enjoy free access to the New York Times, courtesy of the Duncanville library. Just choose the appropriate link below. Then you can catch up on all the latest news and find out what is going on in the world. Sorry, crossword puzzles not included.
Follow THIS LINK if you are inside the library.
Follow THIS OTHER LINK if you are someplace other than the Duncanville library.
A source for free ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines
Wanna read a book? Can’t find a copy in the book store? If you’ve got a Kindle, iPad, smart phone, or tablet then we’ve got a solution. Check out Overdrive. Just sign in with your library card number and PIN (the last 4 digits of the phone number in your library account).
A video dictionary of American Sign Language
Click on a word on the left side of the screen and see it in sign language on the right.
** You’ll need to login with the library’s super-secret password. Stop in for details.**
Free scholarly resources
Articles, Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers
Books and Literature
Career Development and Online Learning
Do-It-Yourself Reference Centers
Health and Medical
History and Genealogy
Science and Technology
Free language learning
Want to learn a new language? Try Duolingo! Study at home with the browser-based version, or on the go with mobile apps for iOS and Android.
Digital Newspaper Archives
The Digital Newspaper Archives of the Duncanville Public Library includes:
- Duncanville Today
- Duncanville Daily News
- Duncanville Suburban
- Duncanville Weekly Chronicle