Old Online Resources

OverDrive is your source for free e-books, e-audiobooks, and digital magazines from the library. Read them on your desktop or send them to your Kindle, or use the Libby app to read them on your tablet or smartphone.
A vast digital archive of research databases, reference books and more, ideal for middle school students.

Browse through the library, add books, chapters, or clips to your queue to save them for later. O’Reilly automatically syncs your place, so you can see everything in your queue and pick up where you left off on different devices.

An online community of readers and young adult book lovers.
Kids’ InfoBits makes homework seem like fun!
A fun and free way to learn any of 80 languages with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music, and more.

Click here to watch our free Niche tutorial on how to use Pronunciator.

WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide
Wowbrary helps you keep up with new materials at the library! Subscribe to a weekly email that highlights popular items we’ve added. The email can be customized to feature your favorite genres–mystery, romance, biography, etc–or your favorite types of materials–books, DVDs, etc. You can request items by clicking on them in the email, too!
Essential information for global knowledge.
American Ancestors is a vast resource of genealogy information. Start researching your family roots today!
Paid for with RM funds.
Uncover your ethnic mix, distant relatives, and even new ancestors with AncestryDNA
Essential information for the USA and the states.
Middleton Historic Maps
Tri-Town Transcript, 1962-1992
Fully searchable digital archives of our local paper!
You can download entire pages or select portions of pages to download using the crop tool.
Annual Reports 1862 – 2013, Masconomet Regional High School yearbooks, and the books: Middleton by Shirley Raynard, Middleton in the 20th Century by the Middleton Historical Society, and a biography on Charles L. Flint.