110 South Jefferson Street
Martinsville, IN 46151
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This program was made possible by a generous Arts Grant from the Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc.
Download Free Music From the Library
We are excited to offer you a new service - Freegal! What is Freegal? Freegal is a downloadable music service from the Morgan County Public Library and all you need is your library card number. There is no software to download, there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions and the songs are yours to keep with no expiration. Access to Freegal is limited to Morgan County Public Library patrons in good standing.
There are thousands of artists, tens of thousands of albums, and millions of songs available to you. The Freegal Music website has hundreds of genres of music from pop to punk, rock to rap, classical to Christian and everything in between. The content is based upon agreements with over 10,000 music labels, including the labels of Sony Music Entertainment.
You are allowed to download three songs per week. To get started, click here, or on the Freegal logo at the top of this page, enter your library card number and start browsing. Or, if you have an Apple or Android mobile device, you can download the free app. Just got to the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace, a.k.a. Google Play. Search for Freegal Music.
Click here to search the Cemetery Database. You can either enter a specific name, or you view the entire listing for a particular cemetery by selecting it from the drop-down menu. The burial listings included in this database are primarily historic (pre-1970), but we are continually working to update them.
Click here to search for Morgan County obituaries. If the death occurred before 2011, the listing indicates the date the obituary was printed in the local newspaper, which we have on microfilm.
Learn Even More Languages with Mango Languages!
Mango Languages now offers forty-five foreign languages for you to learn as well as English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for speakers of 15 different native languages, thanks to the Community Foundation of Morgan County and the Morgan County Coalition for Literacy. From Arabic to Ukrainian and everything in between, including Hawaiian and Pirate, Mango is your window to the world's languages.
You'll need a computer (your own at home or one of ours) that has Flash Player installed. Or, there's a mobile app, so you can take your Mango to go! You'll also need a valid Morgan County Public Library card. Click here to begin or, click on the Electronic Resources and Databases link and scroll down to find Mango.
Online Learning with Vincennes University
The Morgan County Public Library in Martinsville is now a partner with Vincennes University's Learning Unlimited program. The Learning Unlimited program will focus on providing college credit and job-ready training programs centered at public libraries. Through Learning Unlimited, students have access to over 400 courses and more than 27 degrees.
Vincennes University will connect enrollees to these opportunities by supplying each with netbooks - lightweight, mobile, wireless, but powerful and inexpensive personal computers to support online education and training programs. The Library will play a crucial role as a source for wireless internet access and face-to-face support services for students enrolled in the program.
Stop by our Main branch and meet the Learning Unlimited Coach- Monday (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.), Wednesday (1-8 p.m.), or Friday (11 a.m.- 5 p.m.); or you can visit the Waverly branch on Tuesdays (12-5 p.m.)
For more information, please contact Adam McKinley, Learning Unlimited Coordinator, at (765) 318-9368 or visit the Learning Unlimited website.
Cypress Resumé: A simple, effective resumé writing tool
The Library has acquired Cypress Resumé, an online tool that helps you effortlessly create a professional resumé in just a few minutes. Its easy-to-use format assures you won't spend hours trying to perfect your document-all the hard work is done for you. Simply plug in your basic information (as little or as much as you'd like), and Cypress Resumé creates a perfectly formatted document to help you land that dream job.
A resumé needs to grab the attention of an employer almost immediately in order to have the best chance of making it through the weeding process. Cypress Resumé's gigantic library of tens of thousands of professional statements is designed to do exactly that. Its database covers virtually all professions, grouping job types by core tasks.
With Cypress Resumé, there is no need to compose anything, ever. Simply type basic information about yourself and leave the difficult task of writing concise, descriptive statements detailing your abilities to the resumé builder.
Create a fantastic new resumé today. To access Cypress Resumé, click on Electronic Resources and Databases. Scroll down and look for the Cypress Resumé logo.
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Meet Morgan on Facebook
Morgan, the Library Bunny now has her own page on Facebook. Be her friend and she'll keep you up to date on her hectic life as the official library bunny as well as all the fun events going on in the children's department. Click here to be her friend, or visit Facebook and search for Morgan Librarybunny.
New! If you're not a member of Facebook,or if you just can't get enough of Morgan, you can also check out The Bunny Blog for fun events and Morgan's in depth thoughts.
View photos of the Bubble Truck, Irish Dancers, Steel Drums and even more library programs!
Shodo Calligraphy Workshop for TeensJoin Indiana artist Garret Uyeno for a workshop on Shodo calligraphy. Mr. Uyeno will demonstrate Shodo and give a brief history of the art at the Main Branch on Thursday, December 5th at 3 p.m. and on Friday, December 13th at 3 p.m. at the Monrovia Branch. Then teens, grades six through twelve, will have the opportunity to practice writing the traditional Japanese characters.
Space is limited and registration is recommended. You can register at Monrovia by calling the branch at 317-996-4307 or online on the
Created on 03/05/2005 10:47 AM by billypurdue
Updated on 12/05/2013 05:21 PM by jennifer