Databases
Click here for the System's Database Brochure >>>

If you are a member library or patron and have any questions or problems with the databases,
please contact Megan Disbro, 484-7135, ext. 251,
mdisbro@cclslib.org

 

Atomic Training--------------------
 
Staff Use Only. This database is being used by staff to improve their computer skills, so they can in return help their patrons. Atomic Training is supported by Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.
LearningExpress------------------
 
The interactive tutorial courses found here will take your computer skills to the next level, while allowing you to learn at your own pace; courses range from Adobe Flash to Windows and Mac Operating Systems; LearningExpress is supported by Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.
 

Databases from the New York State Library [click here for a listing of databases]
Access via your driver's license or Prendergast Library card

 
Provided by the New York State Library, NOVELNY connects New Yorkers to 21st century information. NOVELNY is supported with temporary federal Library Services and Technology Act funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The New York Knowledge Initiative is a proposal for permanent state funding for NOVELNY.
 
OverDrive ----------------------------
Paid for by CCLS.  Prendergast & Olean purchase titles.
 
Audio Books
ReferenceUSA ---------------------
Paid for by Prendergast, Olean Public Library & Salamanca Public Library
ReferenceUSA includes yellow and white pages from phone books across the USA and Canada.  Through this subscription you will be able to access the following:
U.S. Businesses:  14 million records
U.S. Residents:  205 million records
U.S. Health Care Providers:  855,000 doctors & dentists
Canadian Businesses:  1.5 million records
Canadian Residents:  12 million records