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Brevard County Library System
Free Digital Resources and Databases
Find everything from test prep to career research and assistance with Gale Presents: Petersons Test Prep .
Broken tail light? Need to replace your cabin air filter? ChiltonLibrary is there to help you with automotive maintenance and repair!
Find free legal forms quickly and easily with Gale Legal Forms .
Find out more on our Learning and Resource page!
Digital Library Academy
Learn how to get started with our databases, e-books, and more, with videos, guides, and step-by-step tutorials.
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Learn a New Language with Rosetta Stone
Improve your English or learn another language with Rosetta Stone.
This is an effective, easy-to-use program that allows you to learn a new language on your own time. Over 30 Languages are available!
Free Wi-Fi and Wireless Printing
All libraries offer access to the internet via desktop computers, and Wi-Fi . We also offer wireless printing; in person, or from home. Visit your local library's page for detailed instructions.
Are You Ready For The Solar Eclipse?
Stop by your nearest Brevard County Public Library location to pick up solar eclipse glasses so that you may safely view the next annular solar eclipse on Saturday, October 14, 2023. These same glasses can be used again for the total solar eclipse happening on Monday, April 8, 2024.
Quantities are limited so pick up your glasses today! Available while supplies last.
What is an eclipse? What is the difference between an annular and total eclipse? What do you need to know about solar eclipse safety? NASA has answers to all your questions and more !
To go along with the eclipse, we will be hosting a Beanstack reading challenge through April 30th ! Register today, log your reading, and be entered to win different prizes!
Solar eclipse glasses were provided thanks to funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Space Science Institute, and SEAL (Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries) program.
Africa in Florida: five hundred years of African presence in the Sunshine State
Amanda B. Carlson and Robin Poynor
Some projects and materials have been funded under the provisions of the State Aid to Libraries Grant program, administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.