PHOENIX – The Arizona State Library, a division of the Secretary of State, has allocated over $400,000 to purchase a collection of online educational resources for all Arizonans. In collaboration with the 15 county library systems, Arizonans have seamless access to a wealth of online resources available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The diversified portfolio of electronic resources provides Arizonans of all ages with opportunities to learn and grow. The online library offers information for job seekers, students, business owners, and anyone who wants to learn about a variety of topics such as current events, genealogy, languages -- even car repair. The products include Ancestry Library, NovelistPlus, DataAxle, Learning Express Library, Pronunciator, Overdrive Magazines, Gale databases, and Britannica.
"It is impressive to see how Arizona's libraries continue to adapt with their communities," Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said. "These online resources are an invaluable tool for families and local businesses looking to access a wide variety of information at any given time."
Visit your local library's website to find these and many other online collections. You can also find information at the Digital Arizona Library at https://azlibrary.gov/dazl.
Statewide electronic resources are supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.