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Army MWR Library

Read or listen to E-books, magazines & newspapers - FREE!. Kindle, EPUB, PDF, NOOK formats, or use Overdrive.com and the Overdrive app and read on your computer, phone, or tablet.

To register for a GLIS account, please choose the applicable link:

After completing the form, look for the confirmation message "Self registration has been submitted." You will receive a follow-up welcome email within a day or two. If you need assistance, send an email to usarmy.mwr.library@mail.mil.

Army MRW Digital Media Library (Overdrive): When using the Overdrive app, click on "add a library" and search for Army. There are multiple listings, choose the Army library closest to you. Next, click "sign in" in the upper right corner and enter your library WEB login and PIN.

Once you receive your WEB login and PIN, you will be able to log into your Army MWR MyAccount and access the E-resources and research materials using: https://mwrlibrary.armybiznet.com/

EBSCO, Gale Virtual Reference Library, and Ebrary E-Books

If you are located in the MSCoE complex, no password is needed to access these links. If you are accessing from ouside the complex, you will need the passwords located in the Clarke Library brochure. Please request a database brochure from the circulation desk on either floor.

My Army One Source

FREE resources for military and civilian employees and their families

Create your own Free account at My Army One Source

Peterson's Career and Educational

FREE test prep for SAT, CLEP, ASVAB, Nursing Exams, Civil Service Exams, GRE and more. College and Scholarship information also available.

Create your own Free account at Peterson's DOD MWR Libraries

military.tutor.com

FREE online tutors for Military families K-12

Create your own Free account by clicking here: http://military.tutor.com

Notes on Usage of Library Databases

To download any of the materials from the resources listed, patrons will need a personal computer, laptop or tablet. Although a library patron can sign-up for any of these resources on a Clarke Library computer, downloads can only be made onto a personal device.

Each of the resources below is from a different company and has its own rules and specific means of access. These instructions will help patrons get started; if further assistance is needed with a particular resource or with a patron's personal e-reader, please contact the technical support for the resource or for the e-reader in question. The library is always happy to help patrons get started, but only the technical support for each product or each device has the expertise to help patrons beyond this point.


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