ImagineIF Libraries

Databases and Resources

Creativebug has more than 1,000 award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists. Get unlimited access by creating an account today! Just enter your library card number and email address.

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Montana Library 2 Go

Download audiobooks and ebooks for use on personal computers, e-readers and portable media players.

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Find a good read! An extensive database of fiction and nonfiction for adults, teens and children, including book reviews, author read-alikes, book discussion guides and more. Use your library card to log in.

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TumbleBook Library: Children’s eBooks

Animated, talking picture books that teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love. Use your library card to log in.

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Flipster is a magazine service that allows people to browse digital versions of the latest issues of popular magazines, courtesy of the library. Users can browse magazines by category as well as perform searches for specific periodicals. Magazines can be downloaded to Android phones and tablets, Apple phones and tables, and Kindle Fire tablets for offline reading anytime, anywhere.

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Search Full-Text articles from Consumer reports from 1985-Present.

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Foundation Directory Online

The leading online funding research tool, containing the most current, accurate and comprehensive information available on grantmakers and their grants. Of primary use to nonprofit organizations.

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Grants to Individuals

Find sources for scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards and other financial support with the only online resource devoted exclusively to foundations that fund individuals. CLICK HERE for more information about individual grantseeking. Available only at ImagineIF Kalispell.

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MT Nonprofit Association Resource Center

MNA offers organizational development opportunities and resources to help. They start with widely accepted standards and practices in our Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Montana and support these standards with numerous tools and resources to help your nonprofit function more efficiently, effectively, and be more accountable.

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Medline Plus

Trusted health information from the National Institutes of Health. Find up-to-date information about diseases, drugs and medical conditions. A recommended website.

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Biography Reference Center

A comprehensive collection of biographies of notable people and personalities.

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Genealogical materials, including Census records, books and articles. Digitized images are fully searchable and printable. CLICK HERE if inside any ImagineIF library.

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Montana Memory Project

Digital collections relating to Montana’s cultural heritage and government. Includes photographs of the construction of the Hungry Horse Dam and other local history documents.

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Museum at Central School & Northwest Montana Historical Society

The Northwest Montana Historical Society operates the Museum at Central School for the benefit of the Flathead Valley community.

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Newspaper Index

Research information in the Whitefish Pilot.

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MasterFILE Elite

Access over 1,000 full-text reference publications, covering virtually every subject you can imagine.

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Newspaper Source Plus

Access more than 800 full-text newspapers.

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Montana Law Help

Your home for free civil legal information, forms, advice and free or low-cost representation in court by Montana Legal Services Association.

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Montana Legal Services Association

As a private, non-profit law firm, MLSA provides non-criminal legal information, advice, and representation to thousands of Montanans each year. MLSA’s services help fight scams on seniors, assist veterans who have been denied their earned benefits, help people escape abusive relationships, and represent families living in unsafe housing conditions.

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