Gale Database is a robust database that provides a variety of connection into different sources of information, with your library card, you can connect and look at what you need: from automotive repair to finding authentic articles or do you need a children's site that will provide information too? Gale will be useful!
OverDrive offers instant access to the latest issues of your favorite magazines. All OverDrive magazines are always available with no wait lists or holds to manage. OverDrive magazines are free and easy to access from home or on the go. You can read Overdrive magazines in browser, with Libby (iOS or Android), or with the Overdrive app (iOS or Android) using your library card and PIN.
Reading Arizona from Digital Arizona Library
The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, in partnership with Arizona libraries, has a statewide ebook platform, Reading Arizona, which offers a curated collection of always available ebooks on Arizona topics and themes and features three types of content: contemporary ebooks acquired from publishers, content from self-published authors, and digitized out-of-copyright books and manuscripts. The project builds on a 2012 centennial project from Pima County Public Libraries mapping the literary landscape. Reading Arizona unites readers through our shared interest in Arizona herself.
Reading Arizona Help is available if needed.
Reading Arizona is brought to you by the Arizona State Library, with funding through a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
The following databases require that you have an IP address based in the State of Arizona in order to be used. Most content will only be accessible through a Navajo Nation Library card. You may contact the Main Library or Kayenta Library on how to access and use the following:
Arizona State Library, Archives & Records have aggregated many of their resources and put them into one website that AZ citizens can use, including here on the Navajo Nation. Please take a look as there are many items to look over and use!
This project is 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.