There’s nothing worse than regretting a major purchase. You might have stopped by the library to browse print issues of Consumer Reports and their buying guide before making a decision. This monthly publication presents “articles on health, public safety, marketplace economics and the judicial and regulatory actions that affect consumers.”
Do you know that you can access Consumer Reports anywhere with your library card? The online Consumer Reports features issues dating back to 2012 and up until the present day.
Here is how library cardholders can access Consumer Reports:
- Visit www.greentreelibrary.org
- From the top menu, select Collections, then Research and Reference.
- Scroll down to the listing for Consumer Resources.
- If you are at the library, simply click Consumer Reports and it will take you to the database. If you are at home or different locations, you will be required to type your library card number to start.