Information Learning Center
Information Learning Center is Temporarily Suspended Due to Coronavirus
At the Information Learning Center there are a wide variety of learning tools such as free access to online tools and local libraries within the Minuteman Library Network, a public access computer lab, scanner, printers, and Wi-Fi. The center also offers access to online materials and services such as databases, eBooks, audiobooks, tutors and more on our computers or at your home.
We have a variety of materials to be checked out: books, language tools, DVDs, eBooks, audiobooks, testing study aids, and more. Information sheets on how to access databases, eBooks, audiobooks and study aids online are available. Materials are available to check out for up to 30 days. Holds must be made in person. Just show your DoD ID card to check out. If there are no holds on the item, you may renew after the initial 30 days. Please fill out a free new patron registration form to check out materials. Ask an ILC technician or aid for resources. If we do not have what you are looking for, we're happy to help.
Use Rosetta Stone, Playaway Language Learning or Language University to help you with language learning. Request Rosetta Stone by emailing 66.FSS.ILC.email@example.com.
Research and Test Taking
Helpful Sites for Research
Testing aids at the ILC
Arms Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Dantes Standardized Subject Test (DSST).
This is a free service for active duty military and employees. There is a $20 fee for all others. We can host study groups, meetings, presentations, trainings and more. Our Internet café has 3 Macs, 2 Macbook Pros, and 2 CAC enabled laptops available for use. You are also welcome to bring your own computer or check out a laptop. For more information please call 781-225-6618.
Minuteman Library Network
With approximately 43 libraries in the Minuteman Library Network, the network contains a variety of catalogs consisting of digital, virtual, mobile and others. You can find a booklist of all the books within the network from adult, teen and kids. Those in need of research and information material there are databases, eJournals and community information database available.
To obtain a Library card for any of the local libraries, you must present Proof of Identification (a valid driver's license, Massachusetts State ID card, Passport or student ID card). Or show proof of your current address (a utility bill, etc). Your card can be used at all public libraries in the Minuteman Library Network. Please visit the Minuteman Library Network website www.mln.lib.ma.us/ for general information, resources, services and events near you.
Bedford Public Library: 7 Mudge Way Bedford, MA 01730 | Phone: 781-275-9440 | Website: www.bedfordlibrary.net
Cary Memorial Public Library: 1874 Massachusetts Ave Lexington MA 02420 | Phone: 781-862-6288 | Website: www.carylibrary.org
Lincoln Public Library: 3 Bedford Road, Lincoln, MA 01773 | Phone: 781-259-8465 | Website: lincolnpl.org
The Concord Free Library: 129 Main St, Concord, MA 01742 | Phone: 978 318-3300 | Website: www.concordlibrary.org
The charging stations are open to everyone who has base access. It is a unit of 10 lockers that have the common charging adaptors for your phone, iPod, tablet, etc. and a plug to plug in any charging adaptor you need. You can then lock the locker with a code you create. Our request for anyone who uses the station is that they sign in here at the ILC desk.