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Digital Research

Research inside and outside the Library with our research databases. Get access with your Library card and research many topics including business, law, science, literature and more.

Gale, A Cengage Company databases

Databases by Gale

Gale Databases offer dozens of research databases ranging in subject from gardening, science and even popular magazines. Each database includes full-text content perfect for academic research or general knowledge searches.

LawDepot, online fillable legal forms


LawDepot offers legal forms in minutes with high-quality, easy-to-use, and completely customizable legal documents and templates. Create lease agreements and everything in between.  Access LawDepot with your Library Card through Libby and by navigating to the Extras section.
Available only through Libby.

Thomson Reuters Westlaw Database

Thomas Reuters Westlaw

For the business and practice of law, rely on industry-leading products and services from Thomson Reuters. Investigative tools, professional services, research platforms, and reference materials provide the trusted answers you need in today’s rapidly evolving legal landscape.
Access is available from inside the Lakes Region Library only.

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Florida Electronic Library

Search Florida Electronic Library free online resources by A-Z titles, subjects, grade levels, eBooks and most popular titles. Search Magazines, Books, Newspapers and More . . . Explore your options of the 200+ databases to choose from.
Library card number required for access outside of the library.

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