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Online Resources – Adults

General and Research Information

During the time the library is closed (or through the end of April 2020), you may access Ancestry Online from HOME. The password is the first 8 digits of your Middlebury Library card.

Inspire provides access to established sources for news, journals, educational resources and more. 

Consumer Reports (now found under Inspire link) has reviews on products and services which enables readers to gain optimum value. 

Social Security Easy Access

Complete Social Security business from the convenience of your computer, without the need to visit a Social Security office.

Learn a Language & Foreign Travel Information

Learn a language online with Rosetta Stone, the world’s best language-learning software. See Tutorials tab on right. 

Global Road Warrior is an essential guide for traveling to or doing business in foreign countries. 

 A to Z World Travel is a comprehensive resource with 202 World City Travel Guides. 

Job Related

ReferenceUSA includes business information for job and marketing research. The data is used for marketing plans, competitive analysis, fundraising and locating people.

Cypress Resume is the simplest, most effective tool for resume creation. Specifically designed for job seekers skittish about writing.

Zip Recruiter is the # 1 rated free job search app connecting millions of job seekers and employers every year.

Our Career Resources page has career information and job search websites to find jobs locally and nationally.


 This is a direct link to filing in Indiana for Unemployment Insurance  

Indiana Workforce Development provides multiple resources to people seeking jobs in Indiana. 

Get A Drivers License

Free Drivers Ed with Indiana DMV Permit Practice Tests. There is also an extensive FAQ for obtaining your Indiana driver’s license.

Do It Yourself

Chilton Library provides automotive repair information for do-it-yourselfers. See Tutorials tab on the right. 


Create your own legal documents with Legal Forms. See Tutorials tab on  the right. 

Now Available from Home (during library closure)

Ancestry Library Edition

Research your family’s past with Ancestry Library Edition, the largest collection of family history on the web.  See Tutorials tab on the right.  

Updated 4/2020