The Webb City Public Library offers eBooks, Audio Books, and Videos from Missouri Libraries 2 Go. You can access this service by going to http://www.molib2go.org.
*Note: If you have a valid Webb City Public Library card you are already signed up for MoLib2Go. Just click on Sign In up in the top right hand corner. Type in Webb City Public Library and select it when it comes up. Next, type in your library card number this starts with 28262. Last, type in your PIN. This by default is also your full library card number. If however, you have changed your password in the card catalog that will be your PIN.
Your account must be in good standing and up to date in order to use this service. If you experience any issues logging in please contact the library by coming in or calling 417-673-4326 and staff will be able to access your account to resolve the issue and or reset your username and password to defaults.
Almost all devices are supported including Windows, and Mac computers, iOS devices, android devices, Kindle, and NOOK. The OverDrive app can be downloaded from your devices app store or by going to app.overdrive.com.
ReferenceUSA is the premier source of business and residential information for reference and research. ReferenceUSA offers the most up-to-date data available in the market. In fact, their business and consumer databases are continuously updated from more than 5,000 public sources. You can access it by coming into the Library or at home with your library card by using this link http://referenceUSA.com.
Webb City Public Library in partnership with Recorded Books, is pleased to announce the introduction of LawDepot, a popular new online legal form service designed specifically for use by the patrons of public libraries.
With over 10 years of experience, LawDepot has drafted over one million contracts and has helped their clients save half a billion dollars in legal fees. LawDepot provides a quick and easy way to create customizable legal documents. By following a simple step by step process, library patrons will be able to create a large variety of state specific legal forms. After a document has been completed, users will have the option to print, download or save their form to LawDepot’s secure archive. All LawDepot documents have been developed by an experienced team of in-house lawyers and are regularly updated to ensure accuracy.
Many Americans do not have such important documents as a Last Will and Testament or Medical Power of Attorney because of the cost and difficulty in obtaining them. The LawDepot service will allow patrons to easily prepare these, and other important documents, at no cost directly from their local library’s website.
Popular forms offered by LawDepot include Bill of Sale, Last Will and Testament, Lease Agreement, Lease Notices, Living Will, Power of Attorney, Prenuptial Agreement, Promissory Note, Release Agreement, Sales Agreement, Service Agreement and hundreds more.
To access you must have a valid Webb City Public Library card and will need to sign up for LawDepot by clicking HERE.
Pronunciator is now live! It can be accessed by following this LINK for the English interface or this LINK for the Spanish interface. You will need your library card number number and then click "Register". You will then be prompted to put in your email address and to create a password. After you are registered you can then download an app for your smartphone or tablet or use Pronunciator on your computer. We have user manuals available for checkout at the circulation desk. Happy Language Learning!
How many languages?
80, and growing. We also have English as a Second Language for 50 non-English languages. Each language has an average of 9,000 instructional phrases, which translates to about 4 years of possible activities per language. Uniquely, we also offer the ability to learn any language in any other language — making for 4,000 possible course combinations!
Can it be used on my smartphone or tablet?
Yes, full-featured, native apps for all Android (tablet, phone), Apple (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch) and Kindle Fire device types.
Is the content kid-friendly?
Yes, it’s appropriate from toddlers on up, thanks to the thousands of photos and custom pictograms we use. Plus, units that are particularly kid-friendly are marked with an icon. You don’t need a separate platform to teach language to your youngest patrons — with Pronunciator, it’s fully integrated.
The Library along with Pronunciator, also offers Procitizen. Procitizen allows patrons to prepare for the U.S. Citizenship exam and can be accessed HERE for the English interface or HERE for Spanish interface.