For high school-level researchers and above. Comprehensive database of academic journals for scholarly research.
For grades 5–12. Topics covering more than 500 years of the African-American experience.
In-depth coverage of complementary and alternative medicine.
Complete full-text content from nearly 550 American newspapers.
For genealogy research. Census records, vital records, land records, and more.
For elementary students and educators. Information about all types of animals and their habitats.
Resources on a wide variety of applied science specialties.
Recipes and food culture from across America.
Recipes and food culture from all over the world.
Customized travel guides for cities all over the world, plus more general travel tips and resources.
Updated quarterly. Maintenance, diagnostic, and repair resources for overs over 38,000 vehicles from 1974-present.
Primary source documents from six key time periods between 1790 and 2000, from the Abolitionist Movement to the Contemporary Era.
Primary source documents about the experience and impact of African-Americans as recorded by the news media.
Information on great writers, important works, memorable characters, and influential movements and events in world literature.
For readers. Resources about children's and young adult books.
Online literacy resource pairing classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks.
Comprehensive resource for reviews of books, periodicals, books-on-tape, and electronic media.
Bibliographic records, subjects guide, full-text reviews, and publisher information for a wide variety of publications.
Un excelente recurso digital en español que ayuda a enriquecer el aprendizaje de los estudiantes en la escuela primaria y secundaria.
For Pre-K–grade 2. Interactive games and animated e-books to develop early literacy.
Spanish-language encyclopedia articles, images, dictionaries, timelines, and more.
Content levels for children, young adults, and older students & adults. Encyclopedia articles, magazines and journals, websites, multimedia, dictionary and thesaurus entries, world atlas, country comparison tool, and notable quotations.
Reference content for research and analysis of companies and industries around the world.
Updated daily. Full-text for more than 2,300 journals covering all areas of business research from marketing to economics.
Automotive repair information for thousands of vehicles of the past 30 years.
Primary documents covering the ongoing evolution of civil rights in the United States.
Over 10,000 comprehensive MarketLine profiles on the world’s most important companies.
For the everyday consumer of health care information. Medical encyclopedias, popular reference books, and magazine articles.
Over 3,600 in-depth reports analyzing issues that have shaped the modern world.
Unlimited access to art and craft classes taught by design experts and artists. Includes downloadable patterns, templates, and recipes.
To use the mobile app, first access CreativeBug through this link, authenticate with your library card & PIN, and navigate to Account Information under Access My Account. Enter your email address and create a password, then save changes. You can then log into your account on the app.
For students, researchers, and lifelong learners. Hundreds of subject-specific encylopedias, biographies, chronologies, and dictionaries.
For students. In-depth profiles of countries and territories worldwide, including geography, history, peoples, customs, lifestyle, and society.
Demographic data including consumer and market insights, interactive maps, comparison reports, and US Census data.
SC DMV practice tests and online manuals for car, motorcycle, and commercial driver's licenses.
Full-text databases covering general reference and a variety of specific topics.
To use the mobile app, search for "Greenville County Library" in the Find My Library tool and authenticate with your library card & PIN. A personal account is not required but can be created within the app if desired.
For students and teachers. Variety of databases from general reference to subject-specific. Supports student research and classroom instruction.
Administered by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. US and international vital, probate, land, military records, and more.
For students and professionals. Information on more than 1,000 professions in more than 140 industries. Includes education planning, school search, and financial aid databases for schools in the US and Canada.
Documents relating to US wars, presidents, historical newspapers, and naturalization documents.
Research tool with the latest intelligence on grant makers and their grants for non-profit organizations.
Detailed descriptions of more than 6,200 foundations that fund students, artists, researchers, and more.
For entrepreneurs. Resources for all major areas of starting and operating a business from marketing and HR to financing and taxes.
Variety of directories that can be cross-searched or searched individually. Includes financial information for companies, circulation figures for publications, and more.
For middle school students through adults. A guide to understanding the most studied plays.
For middle school students through adults. A guide to understanding novels from various cultures and time periods.
For middle school students through adults. A guide to understanding the most studied poems.
For middle school students through adults. A guide to understanding the most studied short stories.
More than 600,000 biographies of people from around the world and throughout history, including full-text articles, videos, audio clips, and images.
For K-5 students, teachers, and parents. Geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports, and more.
Information on social issues, including viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, full-text articles, and more.
In-depth science resources, focusing on key concepts and subject areas taught in school classrooms.
Comprehensive coverage of more than 50 of the most-studied topics in US history from pre-Colonial times to the present.
For students and researchers. Content covering themes and trends from current history curriculums and world history textbooks. Includes the 20th century.
For students, professionals, and job seekers. Practice tests and study guides for college entrance, vocational, and other exams and online career guidance center with information on all aspects of the job-search process.
Database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.
Learning resources for cultures around the world. Great for planning trips.
Primary, secondary, and online resources on the topic of regulating firearms in the United States.
News and research on a variety of health topics.
Collection of US obituaries and death notices for in-depth genealogical research from 1704 to today.
Census data, family records, and local histories.
Digitized newspapers from 1777–1963, including historic SC newspapers.
Full-text from reference books, encyclopedias, and historical periodicals. Includes historical documents, biographies of historical figures, and historical photos, maps, and videos.
For hobby enthusiasts. Detailed "how-to" instructions and creative ideas. Includes full-text from leading hobby and craft magazines.
Detailed, user-friendly "how-to" information covering a variety of home improvement and repair projects.
Complete, unabridged contents of thousands of books, videos, and reference materials. Fully searchable. Includes technology topics such as C#, Java, SQL, Linux, A+ certification, virtualization, system administration, and much more.
For pre-K through 12th grade. Videos, interactive learning tools, science experiments, maps, fact sheets, and teacher guides covering all subject areas.
For students and adult learners. Practice tests and tutorial courses for academic, college entrance, and professional licensing tests with immediate scoring and complete answer explanations.
Wide selection of legal forms from real estate contracts and wills to bankruptcy and divorce. Includes a comprehensive attorney state directory and a dictionary of legal definitions.
Full-text from consumer legal reference books and thousands of multi-state forms covering legal matters of all kinds.
Formerly Lynda.com. Thousands of training videos and courses on a wide range of technology and business topics for the beginner or expert.
If using the mobile app, the Library ID is gcls.
Full text literary analysis and criticism including plot summaries, synopses, author biographies and interviews, and book reviews.
Scholarly and popular commentary from centuries of literary analysis, including broadsheets, pamphlets, encyclopedias, books, and periodicals.
Full-text articles and works, critical essays, work and topic overviews, full-text works, biographies, and more.
Conversational language lessons incorporating vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture components.
To use the mobile app, first access Mango through the above link and sign up to create a profile. You can then log into your account in the app.
Access to S&P's Global Equity and Fund Research in addition to independent, differentiated, and actionable analysis to inform investment and business decisions.
Full-text magazines, journals, and reference books covering a wide range of general interest topics. Primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags are also included.
Hoover's Handbooks and The D&B Industry Norms and Key Business Ratios, with information on US corporations, partnerships, and proprietorships of all sizes, both publicly and privately owned.
Detailed directory listings of private and public US and international companies, First Research industry reports, and D&B Key Business Ratios.
Business research tool for comprehensive investment research.
Business and financial information for US and international companies, including SEC filings and 30 years of historical stock prices.
Auto repair information, manuals, maintenance, labor estimates, and full-color wiring diagrams.
For investors. Financial information, portfolio analysis, investment options, and up-to-date financial news commentary.
For kids. Interactive language learning for eight world languages.
Unlimited digital access to The New York Times in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Archived content back to 1851 with some limitations.
Sign up for a free account on NYTimes.com using a valid email address. To access from inside the library, just visit NYTimes.com and sign in to your account. From outside the library, first click here for a code for renewable access periods of 24 hours and then sign in.
Broadcast transcripts, newswires, select Spanish language news sources, US government publications, and American news magazines.
Full-text articles from major newspapers, newswires, and news magazines as well as television and radio transcripts.
Historical newspapers from the US and beyond.
For both professional and general researchers. Full-text searchable database of 19th century newspapers across the United States.
Resource for helping readers find books they will want to read next, for both fiction and nonfiction.
For grades K–8. Resource for helping to match young readers with books.
Resources covering nearly 1,000 topics in technology and business through access to O'Reilly books, videos, case studies, learning paths, and more.
Receive emails Mon–Fri with chapters from a popular book to help you determine if it's a book you want to finish. Includes a wide range of genres and interests and both fiction and nonfiction.
Reports, handbooks, briefing papers, and more, exploring and advocating on issues of human rights and justice.
Meaning, history, and pronunciation of over half a million words from across the English-speaking world. Updated quarterly.
Bilingual dictionaries for Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish, including a pronunciation feature and other language learning and usage tools.
Antique evaluation and research tool, focused on the American regional marketplace.
For grades K–3. Information on animal behavior, classification, habitats, birds, dinosaurs, insects, pets, and more. Content provided in both English and Español.
For grades 3–5. Biographies of actors, athletes, explorers, politicians, scientists, world leaders, and more.
Full text of hundreds of thousands of poems and short stories as well as author biographies, poem analyses, and essays about the poetic form.
Resources presenting multiple sides of an issue to help students better understand controversial issues and develop analytical thinking skills.
For pre-K through 8th grade. Search for books by author, topic, grade, series, or time period.
Formerly referenceUSA. Information on millions of US and Canadian businesses, physicians, and dentists; as well as white pages listings for individuals and community demographic data.
Language learning with video and audio lessons, games, quizzes, and voice analysis. Covers 15 different languages, including American Sign Language and ESL.
To use the mobile app, first access Rocket through the above link and sign up to create a profile. You can then log into your account in the app.
Extensive collection of online reference books covering careers, health, history, literature, and science.
Full text science magazines, journals, encyclopedias, reference books, images, videos, and science experiments.
Collection of essential legal materials on slavery in the US and the English-speaking world.
Full-text small business reference books, business videos, help and advice section, and information on how to create a business plan.
Detailed and user-friendly repair guides for a wide variety of small engines.
For grades K–12. Resources for homework help, projects, and more organized by grade level and subject area. For teachers—lesson plans and content to support classroom activities.
For readers and educators. Resources about children's and young adult books.
For grades 7–12. A robust selection of eBooks, graphic novels, educator resources, and more. No downloads, no waiting.
Full-text articles, biographies, international newspapers, and public opinion polls about current events, social, political and economic issues, and scientific discoveries.
Collection of over 500 fiction and nonfiction animated, talking story, and chapter books. Includes French and Spanish books, National Geographic videos, puzzles, games, and songs.
For grades K–6. Books on addition, subtraction, multiplication, word problems, geometry, and more. Includes quizzes and lesson plans.
For grades K–12. Live Homework Help, WriteTutor Center, Test Prep Center, and a SkillsCenter Resource Library. Tutors available for free with no appointment needed.
News sources from Washington DC, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Includes recent content as well as archives back to the 1980s.
Information and advice on approximately 1,700 stocks, more than 90 industries, the stock market, and the economy.
Complete full-text content of this daily international newspaper, which focuses on business, investing, and corporate news. Issues available on a three-month delay. Current issues available in print format at the Hughes Main Library.
Complete full-text content of this daily newspaper with a focus on breaking news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment, and more. Issues available on a three-month delay. Current issues available in print format at the Hughes Main Library.
Law reference database including access to court decisions, statutes and regulations from all US state and federal jurisdictions, legal treatises and encyclopedias, form finders, and law reviews.
For grades 2–5. Over 300 videos, science projects, games, maps, and educator resources on a wide range of topics.
For grades 6–9. Science projects, debate topics, homework help videos and reference guides, and educator resources on a wide range of topics.
For middle school students through adults. Tools on how to write and research effectively, grammar and punctuation, writing specific types of documents, and more.