Adults

From digital media to community resources to recommended reads, we’ve got you covered. Take a deep dive into one of our research databases, find out about upcoming author events or English language classes. We’re here to get you where you need to go.

If you have a question about our services for adults, you can get in touch by:

  • Submitting a question from our Contact Us page
  • Calling the Adult Services Reference desk at 203-351-8222
  • Using the "Chat with Us" button on our website

Featured Online Research Resources

Small Business Resource Center (Gale Business: Entrepreneurship)

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Gale Business: Entrepreneurship - Support for prospective and current entrepreneurs, covering all aspects of starting and operating a business, including accounting, human resources, management, marketing, and taxes. Includes the entire Business Plans Handbook Series with hundreds of sample business plans created by real-life business people.

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Pronunciator

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Pronunciator - Comprehensive language learning software supports learning of 80 languages and ESL lessons for speakers of 50 different languages. Featuring flashcards, conversations, downloadable textbooks, learners’ manual, phrasebooks, culture and business information, and pronunciation

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Novelist Plus

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Novelist Plus contains reviews of both fiction and nonfiction, plot summaries, book discussion guides, and recommendations.

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Adult Library Updates

Navigating Financial Aid for College

The Financial Planning Association of Connecticut (FPA of CT) and the Connecticut Financial Literacy Advisory Council (CFLAC) will host the presentation "College Financial Aid: Understanding the FAFSA" December 2 at 6 p.m. To join the free virtual discussion, register here.

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Borrow Bakeware From the Library

Now that baking season is here, did you know you can borrow rolling pins, assorted cake pans, pie dishes and other baking tools from the Ferguson Library?
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