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Databases beginning with M

Title Description Use @ home?
Mango Languages
Languages/cultural awareness. French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese German, English (for Spanish, Portuguese, and Polish speakers) and more, plus Little Pim for kids. Apps.
MasterFILE Premier
Magazine, journal and reference articles on all topics. Includes Consumer Reports issues. Tutorial.
Medical Reference Books
From the Gale Virtual Reference Library. Dozens of medical reference books you can browse individually or search all at once.
Index of medical research articles 1965-. Search PubMed for articles 1950-. Tutorial
Comprehensive health and drug information for the layperson. Tutorial.
Milestone Documents in American History
Primary source documents pertaining to the history of the United States
Miss Humblebee's Academy
NEW:  An award-winning, online curriculum for children preschool through kindergarten, providing strength in core subject areas: math, science and social studies, language and literacy, art, and music. | FAQ
Morningstar Investment Research Center
Mutual Funds, Stocks, ETFs; powerful screening tools. | Help and Education / Live Webinars
MyHeritage Online
NEW. Immigration lists, census records, vital records, parish/land records, etc. Replacing World Vital Records.
Schedule an appointment to get help with these and other interests:
  • downloading eBooks
  • researching genealogy
  • finding a job
  • computers and technology
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