Covid 19 corona virus information: At times during the Pandemic there may be no lending of physical items from the library, so we and the NH State Library are working to enhance online access to resources. This page list some of your options, and others may be found on the Kids page. Decisions on closures and quarantines will of course be made by officials in the state and our local communities after careful consultation with health authorities.
You will need your library account information to use many of these resources. Forgot your information? Use the request form on the Request Account Information contact page.
Need help to access these resources or want to let us know about others? Contact us.
Kanopy movie streaming service for Library card-holders is a new feature we have added during the Stay-home period of COVID 19. Sign up here with your library card at warnernh.kanopy.com. There is a limit of ten adult films per person per month due to budget constraints, but there are also “credit-free” selections that can be viewed without using your “Credits”. Each film you select to watch will be available to view for 3 days as often as you like. Kanopy Kids content is unlimited. The Library pays a fee of $5 for each 30 days for each account who uses Kids content. More about signing up for Kanopy Movies.
Other free film sites to try when you have used your Kanopy credits:
Thanks to the N.H. State Library and some of the Library’s special funds, library card holders in Warner have access to all of the following (passwords required for some).
Downloadable Audiobooks, eBooks and Magazines
Access free eBooks, Audio books, and magazines using the Libby for OverDrive app or online at http://nh.overdrive.com (requires a library card and password – contact the library). Coming soon: Libby access to Kanopy films.
Newspapers and Magazines:
EBSCOhost. provides access to NoveList, NoveList Plus, NoveList K-8, GreenFILE and Professional library abstracts thanks to funding provided via the Nh State Library. Contact us for username and password, or log in to your library account at the library catalog.
NoveList (Novel List) book and author information, and reading suggestions. Uses the same password or library card access as for other EBSCO resources. Novelist Plus includes non-fiction.
Use NoveList K-8 to find out about books, series, and authors for youth.
You can sign in with your library card
GreenFILE offers well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact to the environment. Its collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles includes content on global warming, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, recycling, and more. The database provides indexing and abstracts for more than 1,000,000 records, as well as Open Access full text for more than 15,000 records.
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA) indexes more than 560 core journals, nearly 50 priority journals, and nearly 125 selective journals; plus books, research reports and proceedings. Subject coverage includes librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more. Coverage in the database extends back as far as the mid-1960s.
Transparent Language Online. Personalized lesson tracking and vocabulary practice for over 100 languages and English as a second language.
Available from anywhere with Internet access; or download vocabulary for offline access. Sign up using your library card and email address. An app is also available for convenient access.
HeritageQuest (Accessible from anywhere with Internet: log in to your library account for quick access or get the username & password from library staff for http://heritagequestonline.com)
Ancestry Library Edition: Available from any library computer, or (for now) when you log in to your library account .
Free online Driver’s Education tests
Note that some details may vary by State
The InterTown Record
Warner’s New Paper (1998-2010) on CD or DVD as digital format and on microfilm.
Kearsarge Happenings (2009-2014) In Library