Many states maintain a virtual or online library and provide citizens with access to newspapers, journals, magazines, and other materials. Another important resource is your local public library, which may have its own set of services and resources, both locally held and electronic. This guide is a listing of currently available state and local resources that Library staff were able to locate. Use the tabs at the top or States A-Z menu to the right to locate your state.
Links, descriptions, and functionality are provided by the state library resource, Purdue Global does not have or maintain a relationship with any public library system.
WorldCat.org lets you search the collections of libraries in your community and over 10,000 more around the world. WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat lets you find an item of interest and then locate a library near you that owns it. Usually you will link directly to the item record on the library's Web site. The actions available to you on that page will vary from one library to another. You may be able to join a waiting list, reserve the item, check it out or even have it shipped or delivered.