NebraskAccess Online Resources

NebraskAccess Resources

NebraskAccess is provided by the state-level agency, Nebraska Library Commission. You can access these resources from home by entering a state driver’s license or ID number. You can also ask at the circulation desk for a password that will let you in from home. At the library, however, no authentication is needed.

Click here to see all available resources. Some highlights:

MyHeritage. “This database contains genealogy resources with more than six billion historical records from 48 countries including census and other government records, historical records, and photographs.”

Legal Information Reference Center. “This database offers the everyday user the necessary tools and detailed “how-to” instructions to independently address a wide range of legal issues including business law, financial planning, family law, property & real estate and rights & disputes. ”

Small Business Reference Center. “This database offers a wide variety of information on small business and entrepreneurial subject areas, common business types, a help and advice section, and provides information on how to create business plans that lead to successful funding.”

Biography Reference Center. “Find full text biographies of current world leaders, scientists, athletes, explorers, authors, artists, and others from reference works and magazines.”

Consumer Health Complete. “This database provides convenient access to easily understandable health and medical information. Consumers can search and browse within medical encyclopedias, popular reference books, and magazine articles.”

NoveList Plus. “Looking for a good book to read or listen to? […] NoveList Plus is a complete readers’ advisory resource for fiction and nonfiction titles.”

Explora for Primary Schools. “Browse or search across Primary Search and Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia. Browse by broad topic areas or search by any topic for full text popular magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other resources.”

Points of View Reference Center. “Find critical essays on current events with an overview and two sides of each issue.”

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