What are you looking for ?
This is a great place to start your search for information
engines are a fine place to start a search of the Internet, but often
the results are unsatisfactory. Besides, the Internet isn't the only
place to find information. Our library has gathered together some great
resources for you to use to find the information you need.
You can check out and download the following types of digital materials at this website…
- Adobe® EPUB eBooks
- Adobe® PDF eBooks
- OverDrive WMA Audiobooks
- OverDrive MP3 Audiobooks
Iowa Area Education
Agencies provide Iowa AEA Online, consisting of eight dynamic
online resources, to all Iowa accredited schools. Students and
staff have access at school and at home (Internet access required),
24 hours a day, seven days a week! These online resources support
the content standards for school curriculum and student learning by
bringing a wealth of information to teachers and students wherever
they may be, with just the click of a mouse. To learn more about
these resources and how to access them, contact your teacher or
Online magazines, newspapers, and other reference tools.
library subscribes to EBSCOhost, a web-based information resource which
includes full text magazines, newspapers and reference tools. You can
search it from any computer with Internet access - at home, work,
school or at the library.Access to EBSCOhost is made possible
through a partnership between the State Library of Iowa and Iowa's Area
Education Agencies. Primary funding is provided by the State Library
using federal Library Services and Technology Act dollars.Click the link below to login to EBSCOhost.
HealthInfoIowa is a single, Iowa-focused Web site, with authoritative
content that ranges from national health and medical databases to
regional, state and local links. This Web site serves as a simple and
trustworthy first stop for Iowans, to which both information consumers
and providers can turn for dependable support. Frequent users of this
site will notice a change in the format of this site because it has
been transferred to Plone software, a free content management system.