Digital Resources

Did you know that you can access the digital resources below completely for free? Some may require your library card information to enter. Click on the image icons below for access.


Thousands of award-winning arts and crafts video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists.

A non-profit with a mission to provide world-class education to all.

Language learning for realistic conversations and communication in over seventy world languages.


The largest genealogy site in the world. Can only be accessed for free on library computers.

A comprehensive treasury of American genealogical resources to help discover your family heritage.


Access the Lunenburg Historical Society, committed to preserving and understanding the history of Lunenburg.

A news source for the Lunenburg community.


Stream classic cinema, independent films, and top documentaries.


A New England source for source for news, sports, opinion and entertainment.

Live news, investigations, and opinions by the journalists of The New York Times from countries around the world.


A collection of stories recorded to build connections between people and create a more compassionate world.


Borrow ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from our library.


Easy-to-use and easy-to-find trusted information.

Explore historical collections from libraries, archives, and museums from across Massachusetts.

Discover millions of images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States.

Digitized cultural heritage from thousands of institutions across Europe.

Scholarly resources for learning and research from everything to agriculture to world history and business to science.

Writing help for academic essays and research papers from the Internet Public Library.


Instructional videos to learn how to use programs like Google Drive and social media platforms, as well as our own library resources such as Kanopy and Mango.