Search jobs & businesses from AtoZ, the premier job search, reference, and mailing list database. The database includes 2.3 million job listings, 30 million business profiles, 1.1 million healthcare professionals, and much more. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more! Updates monthly. Sign in with your library card number.
NEW! Access to this resource has been temporarily expanded (until June 30, 2021) to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry.
Ancestry Library Edition brings the world’s most popular consumer online genealogy resource to your library. Search the collection of more than 7,000 databases containing records from North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and more.
To access remotely, you will need the KYVL login for Oldham County. Request in person at your local library, or call 502-222-9713 for more information.
ArtistWorks offers instrumental, voice, and fine-arts classes, from basic courses to intermediate instruction to advanced lessons. Learn at your own speed and enjoy the instructional videos on desktop or mobile devices.
Register for a free account with your library card number and PIN (last 4 digits of your library card).
Brainfuse offers a comprehensive suite of online academic services designed to support many learning needs and styles. Expert on-line services include:
Brainfuse works on all devices! Make sure to log in with your library card through a desktop computer (or full view browser) and create your account before logging on through the app. Look below the links on this page for an instructional video on how to get started!
When logging in, remember your ID is the full numbers of your library card without spaces, and your PIN (if asked) is the last 4 digits of your card number.
KYVL access requires a county specific log in. If you need this information, please call us at (502) 222-9713 and we will be happy to provide it! You can also request it by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kentucky Virtual Library (KYVL) is a consortium of nearly 300 Kentucky libraries and institutions, including colleges and universities, public libraries, K12 schools, hospitals, Department of Defense libraries, the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA), and more.
The three primary services of KYVL include:
Databases - core resources accessible to the users of KYVL member libraries.
Courier service - facilitating resource sharing among Kentucky's public and academic libraries.
Kentucky Digital Library - a platform for shared digital archives in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
KYVL went live in November 1999, and is a program of CPE, the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.
The LearningExpress suite of highly-acclaimed eLearning solutions provides interactive tutorials, practice tests, e-books, flashcards and articles for academic skill-building, standardized test preparation, career development and more. These award-winning learning tools are available through multiple online platforms designed to help students and professionals achieve their educational and career goals.
Organized into targeted learning centers, LearningExpress Library supports those looking to improve core academic skills, pass the GED, prepare for college, join the military, obtain occupational certification, find a job, change careers, become a U.S. citizen and much more.
LearningExpress Job & Career Accelerator
LearningExpress Job & Career Accelerator gives job seekers the tools they need to explore careers, find open positions, apply for jobs and get hired.
Computer Skills Center
Help patrons and students learn the fundamentals of computers, the internet and popular software applications with Computer Skills Center, a user-friendly e-learning platform from EBSCO LearningExpress that contains nearly 100 self-paced video tutorials.
This service is provided thanks to KYVL! KYVL access requires a county specific log in. If you need this information, please call us at (502) 222-9713 and we will be happy to provide it! You can also request it by emailing email@example.com
NoveList is a comprehensive readers' advisory resource for fiction and nonfiction. With an intuitive interface and extensive proprietary content, NoveList answers the question: What should I read next?
Search for favorite authors, series, or subjects to find read-a-likes, reviews, and more.
Overdrive gives you access to the Library's digital collection and allows you to easily check out ebooks, audiobooks and more. Overdrive runs through the Libby app, and works on most devices.
Overdrive has thousands of titles, with more added weekly. Search for all interests and genres! Set your own lending time, with no overdues.
Check out the Kids Reading Room to find age appropriate materials for younger library users.
The Oldham County Public Library is part of the Kentucky Libraries Unbound consortium.
Pronunciator is a fun and easy way to learn over 100 languages. Register for free and start learning — at your own pace! Pronunciator works on all devices. Make sure to log in with your library card through a desktop computer (or full view browser) and create your account before logging on through the app.
Scholastic Teachables is an online database of tens of thousands of searchable and printable educational materials. Created by teachers and precisely leveled, this high‑quality, ready‑to‑use resources support parents preparing kids for kindergarten readiness, homeschool teachers and learners from Pre‑K to grade 6, and young patrons who need extra skills practice.
Through Universal Class, Oldham County patrons have access to lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing education units (CEUs). More than 500 courses are available, and all are designed and led by professional instructors to build deeper understanding and mastery of subject matter. Universal Class includes videos, assignments, quizzes, tests, and options for social media interaction with other learners. Patrons may take multiple classes and learn at their own pace. From technical courses on computer software to digital photography to babysitting 101, a huge range of topics is available. Universal Class offers courses in Exercise and Fitness, Entrepreneurship, Arts and Music, Home and Garden Care, Cooking, Computers and Technology, Health and Medicine, Homeschooling, Job Assistance, Law and Legal, Parenting and Family, Pet and Animal Care, plus hundreds more.
Universal Class is best accessed through a desktop computer. Create a free account with your library card number and pin (last 4 digits of your library card).