Burgettstown Community Library is a proud member of the Washington County Library System. Click on the links below to access your account or the online catalog.
The library's collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks--for adults, teens and kids--with thousands of titles available, including many new and best-sellers. Titles can be checked out for two weeks and downloaded to your computer or other compatible device.
Book Pages highlights the best new books across all genres, as chosen by the editors. Every book covered is one that is recommended to readers. A star indicates a book of exceptional quality in its genre or category.
Gale Courses (formerly Learn4Life) offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely online. You can enroll in courses with your library card. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month. Browse the Gales Courses catalog to check out our Popular, New and Featured Courses in a wide variety of areas.
Search collections of up-to-date and accurate information from trusted sources such as encyclopedias, journals, reference books and other authoritative resources. Some of the resources included are: Auto Repair Reference Center, SIRS Discoverer, Contemporary Authors, EBSCOhost, Searchasaurus, and many more! Check out this POWER Resources Brochure for more information.
Testing & Education Reference Center is a start-to-finish resource with all the information and support materials needed to make informed, confident decisions to shape the rest of your life. Includes over 300 practice tests and courses, ebooks containing study material and practice tests, information on scholarships and accredited schools, and much more!
The Burgettstown Enterprise served as the most significant news publication for the Burgettstown area from 1878-1999. The Burgettstown Community Library is fortunate to be able to offer the newspaper here, in .pdf format, for the years 1931-1999. For additional information regarding the Enterprise, please contact the Fort Vance Historical Society, located in the Burgettstown Community Library.