Library

Online Databases

General Information

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 some of these databases. The username/patron ID for all databases is your 14 digit library card number and the password is the last four digits of the phone number you used during the library card registration process.

*NEW* Archives Unbound

To access Archives Unbound, please click here.

The Upland Library is proud to offer Archives Unbound! The unique historical collections include primary source materials covering a vast array of subject areas. Explore topics such as Regional and Local History, American History, Women's Studies, or Cinema Studies. With more than 280 archives and over 14 million pages, these free resources are excellent for research.

These historical documents can be printed, emailed, and citations can be created for student research papers.

ProCitizen

To access ProCitizen, please click here.

*Library card required.

Are you preparing for the U.S. Citizenship test? What about someone you know? Check out ProCitizen! ProCitizen is the perfect online resource to study for the test and prepare to become a U.S. citizen. 

Pronunciator

To access Pronunciator, please click here. En Espanol: click here.

*Library card required.

Pronunciator is database for learning new languages. 80 language courses total are available, each taught in 50 different languages. Plus, we have ESL for speakers of 51 non-English languages!

Each language course has on average 9,600 instructional phrases, and ~4 years of activities. Many languages also have live teachers!

City
of
Upland
California

460 N. Euclid Avenue
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 931-4100

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8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.