Resources

Unless otherwise noted all resources are accessible from home with your Sanibel Public Library card.

Art, Music, & Film

  • Fine Arts and Music Collection: With more than 100 full-text magazines and journals covered in databases such as the Wilson Art Index and RILM, this collection provides users with resources to support research in areas such as drama, music, art history, and filmmaking.
  • HooplaAccess thousands of movies, television shows, music albums and audiobooks, all available for mobile and desktop use. Digital content from Hollywood studios, major-label record companies and publishers can be borrowed for instant streaming to smartphones, tablets, and computers, or for temporary downloading to smartphones and tablets. Note: Streaming requires continuous access to an Internet connection via wireless, ethernet, or cellular data plan. Visit www.hoopladigital.com to sign up for an account with your valid Sanibel Public Library card number, or visit your device’s app store to download the free hoopla mobile app. Check out a maximum of 5 items per month (borrow audiobooks for 21 days, music albums for 7 days, and movies/television shows for 2 to 3 days). No overdue fees; items are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. View our Hoopla Guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • OverDriveStream and download music, television shows, and movies! To sign in to Sanibel OverDrive, enter your library card barcode and PIN. (Your PIN is the last 4 digits of your library card number) This collection is hand-selected and built from the ground up with a focus on quality selections that meet the diverse reading and listening preferences of the Sanibel community. This collection can be enjoyed on your computer (PC or Mac) or on a compatible eReader or tablet (including iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Kindle, Nook, and Sony). Check out a maximum of 15 books at a time for up to 14 days. No overdue fees; books are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. Visit Overdrive’s guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.

Books & Reading

  • Book Spot: Book spot simplifies the search for the best book-related content on the Web. Featured sites are hand-selected by BookSpot.com editors and organized into intuitive categories, such as bestseller lists, genres, book reviews, electronic texts, book news and more.
  • Books and Authors: Books & Authors makes exploration of genre fiction and essential non-fiction fun! By leveraging our entire award-winning What Do I Read Next? collection, patrons and students alike can be sure that their next big read comes with a BIG recommendation.
  • Books in Print: Books In Print® combines the most trusted and authoritative source of bibliographic information with powerful search, discovery and collection development. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • eSequels: eSequels is current and complete so you can find the newest title by your favorite author or spot a title that you may have missed. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • HooplaAccess thousands of movies, television shows, music albums and audiobooks, all available for mobile and desktop use. Digital content from Hollywood studios, major-label record companies and publishers can be borrowed for instant streaming to smartphones, tablets, and computers, or for temporary downloading to smartphones and tablets. Note: Streaming requires continuous access to an Internet connection via wireless, ethernet, or cellular data plan. Visit www.hoopladigital.com to sign up for an account with your valid Sanibel Public Library card number, or visit your device’s app store to download the free hoopla mobile app. Check out a maximum of 5 items per month (borrow audiobooks for 21 days, music albums for 7 days, and movies/television shows for 2 to 3 days). No overdue fees; items are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. View our Hoopla Guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • Fantastic Fiction: Fantastic Fiction is a unique online resource that is centered round authors, rather than books. Each author has their own page so you can see at a glance everything they have written in the order in which they were published, plus any new or forthcoming books.
  • Florida Electronic Library: Full text from over 1,000 books and monographs, major literary encyclopedias and reference works, hundreds of literary journals, and unique sources.
  • Find a Topic: Find a Topic offers valuable information about a wide array of subjects. It is ideal for individuals needing help choosing and finding topics for assignments. Provides nearly 500 million current and archived articles. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • LitFinder: Covering world literature and authors throughout history, LitFinder contains a wealth of literary works including over 150,000 full-text poems and 800,000+ poetry citations, as well as short stories, speeches, and plays.
  • NoveList Plus: A reader’s advisory database that provides subject heading access, reviews and annotations for both fiction titles and nonfiction titles; and custom created articles and lists, including readalikes and book discussion questions. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • OverDriveRead and listen to great eBooks and audiobooks! To sign in to Sanibel OverDrive, enter your library card barcode and PIN. (Your PIN is the last 4 digits of your library card number) This collection is hand-selected and built from the ground up with a focus on quality selections that meet the diverse reading and listening preferences of the Sanibel community. This collection can be enjoyed on your computer (PC or Mac) or on a compatible eReader or tablet (including iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Kindle, Nook, and Sony). Check out a maximum of 15 books at a time for up to 14 days. No overdue fees; books are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. Visit Overdrive’s guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • Random House Reader’s Circle:Random House Reader’s Circle is dedicated to publishing the very best for book groups—thought-provoking books selected because they have a compelling narrative guaranteed to spark a lively discussion.
  • RBDigital Magazine: Enjoy full-color, page-for-page digital copies of over 80 magazine titles, including popular selections such as “Bloomberg Businessweek,” “Car & Driver,” “Consumer Reports,” “Dwell,” “The Economist,” “Elle,” “ESPN Magazine,” “Esquire,” “Forbes,” “Food Network Magazine,” “Marie Claire,” “Martha Stewart Living,” “Men’s Health,” “Newsweek,” “Oprah,” “Parenting,” “Popular Photography,” “Runner’s World,” and “Shape.” Available for the Mac, PC, Apple & Android mobile devices, and Kindle Fire. View our RBDigital Magazine downloading guide.
  • Zinio Magazine: The Zinio service includes the sections “Explore”, “Read”, and “Shop”. More than 3,000 articles are available daily through the website or smartphone/tablet apps. Magazines—single issues and subscriptions—are downloaded to the reading list, and available via app or web browser. Issues can be downloaded and read offline on mobile devices as well.

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Business

  • Business Collection (Gale): The Business Collection provides coverage of all business disciplines, including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management and strategy, as well as business theory and practice.
  • Business Economics and Theory: Business Economics and Theory Collection provides access to academic journals and magazines focusing on topics in economics and related fields. The database has an emphasis on titles indexed in the American Economic Association’s EconLit bibliography.
  • Business Insights Essentials: Essentials combines all of the content formerly found in Business & Company Resource Center with a new interface designed around the research goals and workflows of your diverse business research community.
  • Business Plans Handbook Series: Search hundreds of actual business plans compiled by entrepreneurs seeking funding for small businesses throughout North America. Includes templates, fictional business plans, and a listing of organizations, agencies, and consultants.
  • Florida Small Business Development Center: Business Collection provides coverage of all business disciplines, including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management and strategy, as well as business theory and practice.
  • Find a Topic (Business & Economics): Resource that provides a variety of common business information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • MorningStar Investment Research Center: Find comprehensive financial information on thousands of funds, information on hundreds of exchange-traded funds, and up-to-date information on returns, reports and more. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Small Business Reference Center (Gale): Features a wide variety of information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas, common business types, a help and advice section, and provides information on how to create business plans that lead to successful funding.
  • U.S. Small Business Administration: The U.S. Small Business Administration provides support to small businesses and entrepreneurs. They provide information on starting and managing a business, loans and grants, and training.

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Children & Teens

  • Books and Authors: Books & Authors makes exploration of genre fiction and essential non-fiction fun! By leveraging our entire award-winning What Do I Read Next? collection, patrons and students alike can be sure that their next big read comes with a BIG recommendation.
  • Britannica for Kids: Provides resources for homework, reports, and projects in a fun format while encouraging online research skills. Contains biographical, career, history, science, and readers’ advisory resources. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Britannica for Teens: Provides resources for homework, reports, and projects in a fun format while encouraging online research skills. Contains biographical, career, history, science, and readers’ advisory resources. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Fact Monster: Fact Monster is an online reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects.
  • Farmer’s Almanac for Kids: The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids includes information like weather forecasts, farmers’ planting dates, tide tables, and other interesting information.
  • Florida Kids: This site can provide you with knowledge to help with your Florida projects and assignments. You can learn about Florida’s people from 12,000 years ago to the present, people of all cultures who have made our state their home.
  • Florida Electronic Library: The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to: electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias and books.
  • Hoopla KidsAccess thousands of movies, television shows, music albums and audiobooks, all available for mobile and desktop use. Digital content from Hollywood studios, major-label record companies and publishers can be borrowed for instant streaming to smartphones, tablets, and computers, or for temporary downloading to smartphones and tablets. Note: Streaming requires continuous access to an Internet connection via wireless, ethernet, or cellular data plan. Visit www.hoopladigital.com to sign up for an account with your valid Sanibel Public Library card number, or visit your device’s app store to download the free hoopla mobile app. Check out a maximum of 5 items per month (borrow audiobooks for 21 days, music albums for 7 days, and movies/television shows for 2 to 3 days). No overdue fees; items are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. View our Hoopla Guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • Kids InfoBits: Kids InfoBits meets the research needs of students in Kindergarten through Grade 5. It features a developmentally appropriate, visually graphic interface, a subject-based topic tree search and full-text, age-appropriate, curriculum-related content.
  • NoveList Plus: A reader’s advisory database that provides subject heading access, reviews and annotations for both fiction titles and nonfiction titles; and custom created articles and lists, including readalikes and book discussion questions. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • OverDrive KidsRead and listen to great eBooks and audiobooks! To sign in to Sanibel OverDrive, enter your library card barcode and PIN. (Your PIN is the last 4 digits of your library card number) This collection is hand-selected and built from the ground up with a focus on quality selections that meet the diverse reading and listening preferences of the Sanibel community. This collection can be enjoyed on your computer (PC or Mac) or on a compatible eReader or tablet (including iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Kindle, Nook, and Sony). Check out a maximum of 15 books at a time for up to 14 days. No overdue fees; books are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. Visit Overdrive’s guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • OverDrive TeensRead and listen to great eBooks and audiobooks specifically selected for children and young adults! To sign in to Sanibel OverDrive, enter your library card barcode and PIN. (Your PIN is the last 4 digits of the phone number on your library account. Can’t recall? Ask Us!) Our collection can be enjoyed on your computer (PC or Mac) or on a compatible eReader or tablet (including iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Kindle, Nook, and Sony). Check out a maximum of 5 books at a time for up to 21 days. No overdue fees; books are automatically returned to the library at the end of the lending period. Visit Overdrive’s guide to find customized downloading instructions for your device.
  • Research In Context: Created specifically for middle-schoolers, Research in Context combines the best of Gale’s reference content with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more. Students will find outstanding support to complete assignments.

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Encyclopedias & Almanacs

  • Britannica LibraryThe entire encyclopedia plus a dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, timelines, video clips and rated and reviewed subject related web sites, with searching options for children, young adults and adults. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Encyclopedia of Life: The Encyclopedia of Life is an unprecedented effort to gather scientific knowledge about all animal and plant life where pictures, information, facts, and more.
  • Farmer’s Almanac: The Old Farmer’s Almanac includes information like weather forecasts, farmers’ planting dates, tide tables, and other interesting information.
  • SAGE Knowledge Library: Premier social sciences platform offering encyclopedias of articles, selected web links, animations, and interactive maps.

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Florida and the U.S.

  • Florida Electronic Library: The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to: electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias and books.
  • Florida Fish and Wildlife Licenses & Permits: The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission balances theneeds of wildlife species’ with the needs of nearly 19 million residents and the millions of visitors who share the land and water with Florida’s wildlife.
  • Get Help Florida: Website which includes thousands of e-government federal, state and county programs & services, organized by category. As a statewide portal, this website is intended to provide government and non-profit resources for those in need.
  • My Florida: The official portal of the State of Florida which includes all online government services.
  • U.S. Government: The official portal of the United States Government which includes government forms, passport information, benefits, grants, and loans..
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is a U.S. government agency responsible for the collection of taxes and enforcement of tax laws.
  • U.S. Jobs: As the Federal Government’s official employment site, USAJOBS provides resources to help the right people find the right jobs.
  • U.S. Passports and Visas: U.S. Department of State department responsible for the welfare and protection of U.S. citizens abroad and for the issuance of passports and other documentation to citizens and nationals.
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: The agency in the U.S. Department of Commerce that issues patents to inventors and businesses for their inventions, and trademark registration for product and intellectual property identification.
  • U.S. Social Security Administration : Social Security has provided financial protection for citizens of the United States for over 80 years by providing retirement, disability, and survivors benefits.
  • U.S. Student Aid: Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation.

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Genealogy

  • Ancestry Library: Genealogical and historical information from census, military, church, vital, court, land and probate records. (Inside Library Only)
  • Bible Records: Bible Records Online is a site dedicated to transcribing and digitizing the contents of family records that were written inside family Bibles and in other important documents from as early as the 1500s through today.
  • Civil War Soldiers and Sailors: The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records and cemetery records.
  • Cyndi’s List: A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.
  • Dead People Server: The Dead People Server is a database of interesting people who are long dead or newly dead.
  • Ellis Island Search: Search passenger lists provided by the Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation.
  • Florida Heritage Collection: The Florida Heritage Collection is an ongoing cooperative project of the State University System (SUS) of Florida to digitize and provide online access to materials broadly representing Florida’s history, culture, arts, literature, sciences and social sciences.
  • Florida Memory: Florida Memory is a digital outreach program providing free online access to select archival resources from collections housed in the State Library and Archives of Florida. Florida Memory digitizes materials that illuminate the state’s history and culture.
  • Genealogy Today: Resource which includes 6,690 transcriptions including Masonic lodge rosters, funeral notices, school catalogues, telephone directories, insurance claims, directories, church member lists, prison records, etc. — from original documents.
  • Genebase: Use Genebase to build your family tree, invite relatives to collaborate, preserve your family history, and discover new relatives.
  • Geni: Geni is used for documenting historical profiles and finding important family connections between historical figures.
  • Gen-Wed Marriage Records: Online resource that specializes in searching for maiden names in old marriage records.
  • Heritage Quest: A comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources—rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids, with coverage dating back to the 1700s. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Interment Cemetary Records: Publisher of cemetery transcriptions for use by genealogists and local historians. Internment Cemetary Records is an online archive of transcriptions that spans tens of thousands of cemeteries across the world.
  • Rootsweb by Ancestry: Powerful genealogy search engine funded and supported by Ancestry Library.
  • U.S. GenWeb Project: Diverse and creative genealogy site include query boards, listings of local sources for records, county and state histories, online genealogy books, research tips, maps, and links to helpful internet resources.

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Health & Medicine

  • Health and Wellness Resource Center: Health and Wellness Resource Center from Gale is a comprehensive resource for libraries, schools, and hospitals that provides integrated access to medical, statistical, health, and related information.
  • MedlinePlus: MedlinePlus, produced by the National Library of Medicine, offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. Learn about the latest treatments, look up information on a drug or supplement, find out the meanings of words, or view medical videos or illustrations, get links to the latest medical research on your topic or find out about clinical trials on a disease or condition.
  • Merk Manuals: Medical information resources for both medical professionals and consumers. The Manuals are created by medical experts worldwide and are editorially independent from Merck & Co.
  • Nursing and Allied Health Collection: Nursing and Allied Health Collection provides access to academic journals and other reference content covering all aspects of the nursing profession, from direct patient care to health care administration.
  • Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Collection: Both researcher and practitioner alike will find relevant, authorative content in this collection, which includes over 100 titles covering the fields of physical therapy and sports medicine.
  • Science and Medicine: Series of eBooks dealing with Medicine and Science.

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History & Social Sciences

  • African-American History Online: Provides expansive and in-depth information on the people, events, and topics important to the study of African-American history.
  • American Civil War History Database: Sources in U.S. History Online is a series of archival digital collections intended for public library patrons as well as high school, community college, and university students.
  • American History Online: Spans more than 500 years of political, military, social, and cultural history, highlighting the important people and events of the American experience.
  • American Indian History Online: Offers thorough access to more than 15,000 years of Native American people, culture, history, and heritage.
  • American Women’s History Online: Covers the important people, events, legislation, and issues relevant to the study of women’s history in the United States.
  • Find a Topic (Social Issues): Resource that provides a variety of common business information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Florida Electronic Library: The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to: electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias and books.
  • General OneFile: Reference database in science, history, literature, geography, health and career guidance, plus a curriculum resource center for grades K-5 and 6-12.  Also includes a database of personal and business forms.
  • World History Collection: World History Collection provides access to scholarly journals and magazines useful to both novice historians as well as advanced academic researchers. The database offers balanced coverage of events in world history and scholarly work.

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Interlibrary Loan

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Languages & Travel

  • Duolingo: Duolingo is a science-based language education platform that has become a popular way to learn a language online.
  • Hospitality, Tourism, and Leisure Database: The Hospitality, Tourism, and Leisure database contains thousands of articles covering a variety of travel related topics.
  • Mango Languages: An online language learning system that teaches real conversation skills for practical communication. Through fun and engaging interactive lessons, Mango makes learning a new language fast, easy and incredibly effective. The system is completely web-based and remotely accessible, so you can learn anywhere you have an Internet connection. As you listen to and repeat after native speakers, you’ll learn more than just words and phrases. In addition to lessons, Mango also offers language learning through a selection of streaming, full-length films with interactive content. Languages include Spanish, French, Japanese, Brazilian, Portuguese, German, Mandarin Chinese, Greek, Italian, Russian and more. English courses are available for non-English speakers. On the go? Set up a free account through our Mango database or download the free Mango Mobile Library Edition app, and start learning! Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.

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Legal

  • Criminal Justice Collection: Criminal Justice Collection provides access to academic journals and magazines on topics in criminal justice and related fields. Key subjects covered in the database include law, law enforcement, security, and terrorism.
  • Florida Laws and Legislature: A verbatim publication of the general and special laws enacted by the Florida Legislature in a given year and published each year following the regular session of the legislature.
  • Justia Law and Legal: Justia provides case law, codes, regulations and legal information for lawyers, business, students and consumers world wide.
  • Lexis Legal Database: Extensive online legal research by Lexisweb includes legal search engine, research legal journals, legal terms, citations, and more.

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Magazines & Journals

  • America’s News Magazines: This comprehensive news collection is ideal for exploring issues and events at the local, regional, national and international level. Its diverse source types include print and online-only newspapers, blogs, newswires, journals, broadcast transcripts and videos. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Academic OneFile: Abstracts and full text articles from thousands of academic and peer-reviewed publications.
  • Consumer Reports: Access full text articles from this perennially popular consumer review publication. Find ratings on hundreds of products, from dishwashers to automobiles (Inside Library Only).
  • RBDigital Magazine: Enjoy full-color, page-for-page digital copies of over 80 magazine titles, including popular selections such as “Bloomberg Businessweek,” “Car & Driver,” “Consumer Reports,” “Dwell,” “The Economist,” “Elle,” “ESPN Magazine,” “Esquire,” “Forbes,” “Food Network Magazine,” “Marie Claire,” “Martha Stewart Living,” “Men’s Health,” “Newsweek,” “Oprah,” “Parenting,” “Popular Photography,” “Runner’s World,” and “Shape.” Available for the Mac, PC, Apple & Android mobile devices, and Kindle Fire. View our RBDigital Magazine downloading guide.
  • Times of the Islands: Times of the Islands is your online source for the people and places that create the island lifestyle in Sanibel and Captive Florida.
  • Zinio Magazine: The Zinio service includes the sections “Explore”, “Read”, and “Shop”. More than 3,000 articles are available daily through the website or smartphone/tablet apps. Magazines—single issues and subscriptions—are downloaded to the reading list, and available via app or web browser. Issues can be downloaded and read offline on mobile devices as well.

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Newspapers

  • Florida Newspapers: A collection of Florida Newspapers which include a diverse source of Florida Newspapers including print and online-only newspapers, blogs, newswires, journals, broadcast transcripts and more. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Naples Daily News Florida: The Naples Daily News was founded in 1923 as the Collier County News, published in Everglades City. By the 1940s, Naples, 40 miles to the north, was quickly becoming the county’s boomtown, so the News moved its operation there in 1948, changing its name in 1963 to the Naples Daily News. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Newsbank-Access World News : This comprehensive news collection is ideal for exploring issues and events at the local, regional, national and international level. Its diverse source types include print and online-only newspapers, blogs, newswires, journals, broadcast transcripts and more. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Tampa Tribune Florida:The Tampa Tribune was a daily newspaper published in Tampa, Florida. One of two major newspapers published in the Tampa Bay area. Having trouble accessing the resource? Use this link for inside library use.
  • Islander Newspaper: The Islander Newspaper is a community paper with information and news about Fort Myers, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island.
  • Island Reporter Newspaper: The Island Reporter is a Sanibel Island Newspaper which focuses on human interest stories, published authors, and editorial content..
  • Island Sun Newspaper: The Island Sun Newspaper is a community newspapers with information and news about Fort Myers, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island.
  • Sanibel Public Library Newspaper Archive: Library newspaper archive containing Sanibel Island and Captiva Island newspapers dating as far back as 1961.

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Sanibel & Lee County

  • Bailey Matthews Shell Museum: The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum is a museum devoted to every aspect of seashells, conchology, and malacology, including the paleontological and archeological/anthropological aspects of the study of shells.
  • Barrier Island Group for the Arts – Big Arts: Provides an array of quality entertainment, arts and education programs that enrich and nurture the lives of Sanibel and Captiva residents and visitors.
  • City of Sanibel: Sanibel is a city in Lee County, Florida, United States, on Sanibel Island. The population is 6,741. Sanibel is a barrier island – a collection of sand on the leeward side of the more solid coral-rock of Pine Island.
  • Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge: The Sanibel Historical Collection presents a visual history chronicling the development of Sanibel, one of Florida’s premiere destinations.
  • Lee County Library Services: Serving Lee County Florida with 14 libraries, library services, a bookmobile, talking book program and books by mail program.
  • Lee County Government: Visit Leegov.com to find useful information for residents, businesses and visitors of Lee County in Southwest Florida.
  • Lee County Supervisor of Elections: This office is responsible for shaping the future of voting in Lee County by empowering every eligible citizen with the tools and education necessary to exercise his or her right to vote.
  • Sanibel Historical Museum: Sanibel Historical Museum and Village was founded in 1984 with a mission to preserve and share Sanibel history.
  • Sanibel Historic Collection (P.A.L.M): Library newspaper archive containing Sanibel Island and Captiva Island newspapers dating as far back as 1961.
  • Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation: SCCF is dedicated to the conservation of coastal habitats and aquatic resources on Sanibel and Captiva and in the surrounding watershed.
  • Sanibel School: The Sanibel School is a National Blue Ribbon School and is a member of the Lee County School System.
  • Sanibel Newspapers (DigiFindIt): Library newspaper archive containing Sanibel Island and Captiva Island newspapers dating as far back as 1961.
  • Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce: When you arrive on Sanibel Island, be sure to stop by the Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce, your trusted source for local tourism information.
  • Times of the Islands: Times of the Islands is your online source for the people and places that create the island lifestyle in Sanibel and Captive Florida.

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Science

  • Agriculture Collection: Agriculture Collection provides a comprehensive view of agriculture and related fields. The database provides access to current and authoritative content that spans the industry.
  • Environmental Studies and Policy Collection: Environmental Studies and Policy Collection provides access to scholarly journals, magazines, and other reference sources covering environmental issues and policies.
  • Florida Electronic Library: The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to: electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias and books.
  • General Science Collection: Presents a broad range of scientific disciplines through extensive definitions, essays, diagrams, biographies, and experiments.     
  • Psychology Collection: Psychology Collection provides access to academic journals and magazines that cover the study of emotions, personality, and the human mind. The database offers content of interest to both researchers and general users.
  • Science and Medicine: Series of eBooks dealing with Medicine and Science..

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