NoveList is an intuitive new interface that will help librarians and avid readers find the books they are looking for.
Click on the logo to search for lists of books, authors, reviews, read-alikes and more! You can search by author, title, series or
keyword in the basic search or do an advanced search. If you find the book you are looking for, a list of read-alikes will show on the
right side of the page. At the bottom of the title that you are looking for, you can click on "Check the Library Catalog" and you will
be brought right to the Monarch home page to see if the item is in Monarch. You can then proceed to log into Monarch
to place a hold if you desire.
BadgerLink is Wisconsin's online library which provides access to licensed content such as magazines, newspapers, scholarly articles, videos, images,
and music. These resources are provided exclusively for use by all Wisconsin residents and are materials that are not available through regular
search engines such as Google. To access BadgerLink, click on the logo below.
Students, Educators, and Librarians! BadgerLink provides access to many educational resources, including:
* 3,100 royalty-free songs and sound effects
* 8,000+ full text magazines and journals
* Primary sources like firsthand accounts and American foundational documents
* Standards-based content including reference books, encyclopedias, photos, maps, flags, animations, and videos
* STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) materials such as science experiments and skill-building practice tests
* Test preparation materials and practice tests for ACT, SAT, AP, ASVAB, GED, and more!
Everyone Else! BadgerLink provides resources to those interested in a variety of other areas:
* Genealogists and local history buffs can access more than one billion full text newspaper articles from 1607 to the present and use tools like Census,
Revolutionary war, and Freedman's Bank records
* Investors can use industry reports, market research reports, SWOT analyses, and full text business journals
* Job seekers can find test preparation materials, practice tests, business writing and interviewing tutorials, and company profiles
* Professional and amateur mechanics can find auto repair manuals, schematics, and wiring guides
* Seekers of health information can use health fact sheets, reports, drug guides, medical videos, and animations
* A number of BadgerLink resources can be accessed using text-to-speech and offer a translation feature for more than 25 languages!
Follow the links below for some great resources for history and genealogical research!
Reeseville History and Genealogy Archives
Wisconsin Historical Society
The Reeseville Review is on microfilm at the Wisconsin Historical Society. You can request the reels for the issues you would like to view
sent to the Beaver Dam Library where they have reel readers available to read the microfilm. If possible, bring a flash drive to save documents onto.
You will need to know the year, page, etc. Many of these details are indexed and staff at either Beaver Dam or the State Historical Society can assist
you in finding this information.
Beaver Dam Community Library Genealogy Link
The Beaver Dam Library maintains a rich collection of genealogy and local history resources for Beaver Dam and Dodge County. Many resources connect
you to links right on the website. Some resources are in-library at the Beaver Dam Library only, but are noted on the website as such. For some of
the remote access links, contact either the Reeseville Public Library or the Beaver Dam Public Library for a remote access barcode number.
UW Oshkosh Archives and Area Research Center
Introducing UW Oshkosh Archives and Area Research Center's online services: the Online Court Records Index. This free-to-search index will be a valuable tool for genealogists.
In addition to the Naturalization Records Index, there are several new collections covering probate, civil and family court cases from Dodge,
Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette and Winnebago counties. Please note, this is only an index, it does not contain the records
themselves. The index, however, allows users to easily order copies of paper or digital forms.