Online Resources

Libby – Access thousands of ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines through this free mobile app. You can now take your library with you on the go. Also available for Kindle users.

ComicsPlus – Access thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga from major publishers like Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, Papercutz, and more. All you’ll need is your library card and PIN to login on any web browser or through the app on any mobile device.

RCLS Mobile App – Browse the entire library catalog from home or on the go. You can use this app on any mobile device to manage holds, download ebooks, search the library database, and more.

NoveList – Book recommendations collected and categorized into a database for your convenience. Find your next book by searching genres, themes, award winners, author read-alikes, and more.

Reading Recommendations – NoveList is just one of many sources to find your next read. Check out our recommendations page for more.

SEAL Catalog – Can’t find a book you’re looking for in our catalog? SEAL is an aggregated library catalog encompassing much of Southeastern New York, extending beyond the Ramapo Central Library System. If you are able to identify a book or resource you need, let our staff know and we may be able to get it for you.

Rosetta Stone – Use this classic language learning software for FREE through the library.

GCF Learn Free – An extensive library with over 200 tutorials covering everything from computer programs and social media to math and creative design.

JobNow – Looking for a job? JobNow is an incredible resource for job searches, resume help, interview coaching, and more.

Library Catalog – The RCLS catalog can be accessed from home and on the go with the mobile app or from any web browser. You can check your library record, search for titles, place holds, and access a select digital catalog.

Research Database – Use this online collection of peer-reviewed articles, newspaper articles, trade publications, magazine articles, and more for scholarly research. Search engines such as Google use algorithms which can make searches subjective and often prioritizes advertisements. A Library Database uses keywords and subject terms alone to provide objective results.

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