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Statewide Database Changes New online databases is now available to all public and academic libraries in Iowa. The new databases include a database of journal articles and reference sources, an auto repair database, a research skills database, and a language & learning database. This package of databases will replace all EBSCOhost databases currently provided to libraries. This will not change our Learning Express Library statewide contract. Here is a link to the new databases.
State Databases
These research databases are a collection of toolss that span topics such as DIY repair, science, history, news and even materials to help you with education and career related testing. Below you will find a listing of various tools as well as descriptions and links.
Subject Guides
Need help navigating the Internet? Use these subject guides as a place starting place.
Online magazines, newspapers and other reference tools
Consumer health information
Iowa Center for the Book
Promoting books, reading, libraries and literacy
Iowa Digital Heritage Project
An online repository of Iowa history and culture
Iowa Publications Online
An online repository of Iowa government publications
Iowa Locator
An online catalog of lowa library items
State Data Center
Census data, government statistics about Iowa and more
1.3 billion items in more than 10,000 libraries worldwide
Password Request TumbleBooks and EbscoHost
Request an ID and Password for our website databases. Ebsco Host and Tumblebooks.
tax webinar
link to tax webinar flyer
tax webinarbusiness
PDF tax webinar
ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.
Song of America
The “Song of America” project, initially developed by Thomas Hampson in collaboration with the Library of Congress in 2005, and now a program of the Hampsong Foundation, examines connections between poetry, music, history and culture from the perspective of classic song.