Online Resources Library Edition
The Racine Public Library patrons have access to Ancestry Library Edition. In order to use this service, you will need to come down to the library. You can bring in your own computer and connect via WiFi or you may use one of our internet terminals.

BadgerLink Resources
These resources are brought to you by the Department of Public Instruction. You may need your library card to use the resources. (This needs to be an accordion)

Primary Sources
Scholarly Journals

Auto Repair
Business & Consumer
College & Jobs
Science & Technology
Social Studies
Visual and Performing Arts

Elementary School Student
Middle School Student
High School Student
Higher Ed Student

Brainfuse (Provided by SHARE libraries. Your library card is needed)
Get homework help daily through this resource. Practice for the citizenship test and much more!

CreativeBug (Provided by SHARE libraries. Your library card is needed) has thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists.

Comics Plus
Instantly read graphics novels, comics and manga for free with your library card through the LibraryPass platform.

Learn different languages for free.

Instantly read, listen and watch more than a million different titles for free with your library card. Available on desktop, iOS, Android and more.

Check out e-books and audiobooks from our digital library — free with your library card. This is your access point to Wisconsin’s Digital Library, and it replaces the OverDrive app.

LinkedIn Learning
Choose from thousands of online courses to learn in-demand skills from real-world industry experts. Get started with your library card.

Morningstar Stock, Mutual Fund, Bond, ETF Investment Research (Inside the Library) Click here if you are using this from Outside the library. (Your Library Card May Be Needed)

Reference Solutions (formally Reference USA) (Your Library Card May Be Needed)
Detailed information on more than 14 million US businesses – plus a U.S. residential search that acts like a nation-wide phone book.

Wisconsin Digital Archives  – The Wisconsin Digital Archives is a growing collection of documents about the activities, functions, and policies of the Wisconsin State Government. The collection contains documents from 2001 to the present published by the Executive and Judicial branches of Wisconsin State Government, state government task forces, initiatives, boards, commissions, councils, and special study groups.