Databases are collections of actual articles from magazines, newspapers, and encyclopedias. They are not considered the same as Internet or websites sources.
You need an Upland Public Library card to access these databases. Password or Patron ID for all databases is your 14 digit Library Card number.
Old cards that start with PUPL will not work. Please go to the Library’s Checkout Desk for a new card.
Search current and archived coverage with the largest collection of full-text U.S. newspapers.Includes the local Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
Go to AMERICA'S NEWS-NewsBank >
A premier reference and marketing database including 30 million business profiles and 220 million residential listings.
Job postings are now available, along with video tutorials!
NEW! Now in Spanish!
Go to AtoZdatabases >
We now offer 43 Gale databases covering a wide range of topics, useful for students, job seekers, consumers, and entrepreneurs. Try out our new Gateway for a whole new experience! Just click on the Gateway logo below and GO!
Getting to know your library!
Want more information on how to use the Upland Public Library and our Databases? Download our PDF doc on our Andrew Richards Student Center web page below!
Go to Getting to know your library! >
JobScout is a FREE, ONLINE learning platform that will teach you the basic Internet skills you need to find a job. Lets get started!
Go to JOBSCOUT >
Mango is an online learning language system that can help you learn over 20 languages!
Go to MANGO LANGUAGES >
A rich resource on American history,
worldwide historical events, worldwide
biographies, and primary historical documents.
Go to SALEM HISTORY >
SOCIAL STUDIES FACT CARDS CALIFORNIA EDITION
Information for grade school students on California Missions, Ranchos, Native Tribes, Governors and History.
Go to SOCIAL STUDIES FACT CARDS CALIFORNIA EDITION >
TUITION FUNDING SOURCES
TFS offers students the largest scholarship database in the world with over $41 billion in awards! Also has career personality test and career information.
Go to TUITION FUNDING SOURCES >