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Libraries are standing by with free internet and computer access, free high speed wireless access, job search resources, low-cost entertainment, and much more. Find a library near you in West Central Wisconsin or North Central Wisconsin.
 
Indianhead Federated Library System (IFLS): serving the libraries of Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, Pierce, Price, Polk, Rusk, and St. Croix county, Wisconsin.
 
Wisconsin Valley Library Service (WVLS): Serving libraries in Clark, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, and Taylor county, Wisconsin.       

IFLS Library Catalog: Provides access to everything you can check out including books, magazines, DVDs and more!
 
WVLS Library Catalog: Provides access to everything you can check out including books, magazines, DVDs and more!
 
Learning Express Library (In WVLS counties: Clark, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, and Taylor): This site provides an interactive online learning platform of practice tests and tutorial course series. Create an account with a username and password to take tests and track progress. Offerings include: GED, ASVAB, EMS, Firefighter, PPST-Praxis, Civil Service, ACT, and Reading, Math. and Writing practice exams. Immediate scoring and feedback is provided.
 
 [ BadgerLink logo ] Badgerlink is a valuable research tool made available by the WI Department of Public Instruction. Users can currently search five vendors (EBSCO, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., Gale/Cengage Learning, Heritage Microfilm, Inc., and TeachingBooks.net, LLC) to provide access to a large volume of full-text information. Users can search approximately 20,000 full-text magazines, journals, newspapers, reference materials and other specialized information sources. Included are over 8,000 full text magazines and journals, over 1,500 newspapers and newswires, and approximately 6,800 full text books.