Digital Collections | Research, Reference & Databases
OneClickdigital is a free software for patrons to download e-audiobooks and ebooks directly to their iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, or Nook devices. Resources can also be downloaded onto a patron’s computer in order to transfer them to mobile devices. Patrons must create an account using their own library card from a subscribed library before downloading.
Zinio is a electronic newsstand that offers digital downloads of popular magazines. Patrons create accounts and access titles through their local library’s subscription. Magazines can be downloaded onto a patron’s computer and even read offline using mobile apps for IOS and Android devices.
This site authenticates through the Find it Virginia portal. Select “EBooks”, then click on “TumbleBooks”
Research, Reference & Databases
ProQuest has partnered with Ancestry.com to create Ancestry Library Edition, one of the most important genealogical collections available today with unparalleled coverage of the United States and the United Kingdom. Its valuable content is a strong complement to HeritageQuest Online.
HeritageQuest Online Online combines digital, searchable images of U.S. federal census records with the digitized version of the popular ProQuest Genealogy & Local History collection and other valuable content
Find It Virginia is a collection of databases that provide access to resources such as newspapers, magazine and journal articles, and books such as encyclopedias. Materials are available for all age ranges and interests.
Instantly access millions of articles and thousands of different audio and visual files. Credo Reference is a resource devoted to information skills education. Their service connects students, educators, librarians and publishers to better collaborate in the knowledge building process for local library patrons. Their services include video tutorials, training manuals, e-learnings, articles and presentations. Now includes DK Eyewitness search for kids.
Access the full text New York Times on the go. You will need to create an account and sign in each time. Once logged in, you can redeem the pre-filled code for 24 hours of access to the NYT.
Need help writing a paper? Having difficulty with math or struggling with reading comprehension? Students grades 3-12, now have an online resource to help with all of their Math, Reading and Writing homework.
eLibrary is a research oriented electronic collection that allows patrons to access magazines, newspapers, books, transcripts, maps, images, web links, and audio/video titles. Patrons login through their local library’s subscription to access materials. The software of eLibrary is offered as both mobile and tablet apps for IOS, Android, Kindle, and Nook devices.
Find It VA, the mobile app for Library of Virginia, lets you locate and search your library catalog wherever you are. If you are a library card holder in and of the Library of Virginia below, you can locate books, movies, music and more with easy search features designed for Mobile devices.
Interested in the latest news headlines? Looking for something new to read? We’ll get you pointed in the right direction.
This collection of recommended Web sites will make it easy to find good information on the Internet on a wide variety of topics. Browse or search.
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Residents of Virginia have access to a variety of digital resources to Virginia residents through their local public library. This is made possible with Library Service and Technology funding granted by the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the Library of Virginia.