The West Caldwell Public Library Reference & Adult Services Department offers high quality print and electronic resources for our patrons’ informational and research needs. Reference services include but are not limited to: inter-library loan requests, computer assistance, research aid, reader’s advisory, and faxing services. If you could like to speak with a Reference Librarian, you can reach the Reference Department by phone at 973-226-5441 or via email at email@example.com.
Reference Resources Available With A West Caldwell Library Card
This collection provides access to a wide selection of full-text scholarly, reference, and professional eBooks that cover topics including the social sciences, humanities, science, and more.
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Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for research. These reference materials can be accessed online in the Library during regular Library hours or from home 24/7.
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eWCPL. Browse, discover, and download thousands of eBooks, eAudiobooks, Music and more for free with your library card. The eWCPL resources are 24 hours a day from any computer with an internet connection.
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Magill’s Medical Guide
This guide provides accessible and authoritative medical information to the general readers. This electronic guide an up-to-date and easy-to-use resource suitable for student research as well as use by general readers, including patients and caregivers.
Salem Health: Psychology and Mental Health
Essays cover the history of the field and the core aspects of behaviorism, cognitive psychology, and psychoanalytic psychology but also diagnoses, disorders, treatments, tests, notable people, and issues, including many popular concepts. Many of the newly added essays address how culture, ethnicity, and gender affect psychological theory and beliefs