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Research & Learning
We're proud to offer a large and growing collection of online resources for research and learning. Whether you want to create a resume, learn a new language, study for your ACT test, or delve into your family tree, our collection has something for everyone.
Discover the database collection. It's available from anywhere you have an Internet connection. When not in the library, you'll need to enter your library card number to gain access.
Access past issues of the Kearney Hub and other newspapers online. Most of the collections are keyword searchable or you can browse through editions.
Find resources on creating resumes, job search tools, link to the Nebraska Unemployment / NEworks site, and more.
Form to request an exam proctor. Requests must be made at least 3 days in advance and are determined based on the availability of staff at the requested time.
Information about Kearney Public Library's physical and digital genealogical resources.
Home School Resources
Helpful resources for people interested in homeschooling. Great for those just getting started and those looking for on-going support.
We've gathered a collection of databases and online resources for anyone looking to learn something new. No matter your age or skill level, you'll find something to pique your interest and curiosity here.
Reference Request Form
This form can be completed by anyone needing reference assistance.
Fill out this form to request a study room reservation. Reservations may be made up to two weeks in advance.
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Access over 500 continuing education courses that are designed and led by professional instructors. Learn at your own pace - wherever you are!