Online Resources

Monarch Catalog -  Public Libraries in Dodge, Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington Counties provide shared access to 1.1 million items.  Through the catalog you can place holds on materials and log into your library account to renew materials.  
Badgerlink - Through the Department of Public Instruction, the Badgerlink Program has been developed to provide Wisconsin residents with access to information. Users can search for magazine and newspaper articles through Badgerlink. Many of the articles are full text. Badgerlink also provides a listing of useful and informative government and reference sites in addition to having great sites for kids.
AtoZdatabases - Search Jobs, Businesses or Mailing Lists Description: The Premier Job Search, Reference, and Mailing List Database. The database includes 2.3 million job listings, 30 million business & executive profiles, 1.1 million healthcare professionals, and much more. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more.  Login with your Jack Russell Memorial Library card number for access.
Hoopla is a media streaming platform for digital audiobooks, comics, e-books, movies, music, and television shows. All items can be checked out for free with your Jack Russell Memorial Library card. Hoopla items are available with no holds or wait time. Patrons are limited to 5 items per month per library card.  Acorn TV and Great Courses are examples of content available! Subscription for Jack Russell Memorial Library card holders. Other areas may be limited.
Getting Started with Hoopla
myLIBRO -  The myLIBRO app allows patrons to search the library’s catalog, confirm item availability, and place a hold. The library receives a notification of the pickup through a dashboard that allows it to be tracked from collection to pick up. Once the items are ready for pickup, patrons are notified either via phone or email and from there they can schedule pickup through the app. Patrons can also offer feedback on the experience if they choose, with patron satisfaction tracked in the dashboard system.

Hold N Go pickup is available during regular library hours, by appointment, via the myLIBRO application which patrons can download via the Apple App Store or the Google Play store.

For patrons without a smart phone, please call (262) 673-8240 and select “0” to schedule a pickup or visit the library’s website at and click on the myLIBRO icon. 

Wiscat - is the statewide catalog database for Wisconsin which has approximately 7 million records. Wiscat provides a wealth of information about resources available in over 1200 libraries in Wisconsin. Users may search Wiscat for materials, then simply contact the Jack Russell Memorial Library to request the item through interlibrary loan
With more than 1.5 billion names in over 4,000 databases, Ancestry Library edition includes records from the United States Census; military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; passenger lists and more!  Provided through the West Bend Community Memorial Library as part of the resource library contract with Washington County Library Services.
Remote at home access ended as of 12/31/2021.  Available at the library only.  Proquest the vendor shared the following message with  public library customers:
 After nearly 2 years of temporary access, and after most libraries reopened their doors, Ancestry   has made the difficult decision to end remote access for Ancestry Library Edition at the end of   2021. Ancestry cares deeply about libraries and their patrons, but has agreements with publishers   and other business considerations that prevent offering remote access permanently. 
Digital audiobooks and e-books are available to Jack Russell Memorial Library patrons at Wisconsin's Digital Library which is brought to you by Monarch Library System and the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.  To download, you must have the free software available from Overdrive.  To see a list of audiobooks and e-books available go to the Wisconsin's Digital Library website to see the titles.
Libby - Overdrive created a new app called Libby that has many requested features that are not available in the Old Overdrive App.  See the instructions below for how to get the app and download books.
If you need further assistance with downloading books to your portable electronic device, please call the Library at 262-673-8240 and a staff member will be happy to assist you either on the phone or in-person.