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We offer the following services to help with your homework and research needs.
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Databases and an Internet directory for research and information needs, both in the library and from home or office, are available on the library website. Click here to access the databases.
Fort Bend County Libraries provides e-books and digital media from several different sources. For more information, click here.
Adult Services staff members are available at the Reference or Information Services desks to assist you in locating information, books, and materials and for providing reader’s advisory assistance. Tours and training opportunities for groups are available upon request; call your local branch for more information.
A variety of materials, including books, magazines, videos, books on CD, music CDs, CD-ROMs, and DVDs may be checked out or used in the library for your learning and recreational needs. Books, music and videos may also be checked out online through one of our electronic resources such as OverDrive and Hoopla.
Computers are available in the Adult Services Department to access the Internet, the library catalog, databases for research, and productivity tools such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, and Access. A Spanish-interface computer and a Kurzweil Reader software are available at George Memorial Library only. Computers may be reserved online.
Some items are not available at all library locations. Contact your local library to find out more information.
limited FBISD high school text books
Local and Out-of-town newspapers
Local and Out-of-town telephone directories
Legal Aids - Contracts, wills, forms, etc.
Microfilm Newspaper Collection - including the Herald Coaster (1920s - current) - At George Memorial Library