WorldVital Records Now Available
Genealogy Resource You Can Use From Home
WorldVitalRecords.com was founded in 2006 to provide simple and affordable access to more than 4.2 billion names in family history record collections worldwide, including:
Over 158 million digitized images, including US and UK Censuses
Over 300 million names from birth, marriage and death records
Over 75 million names from military records
Over 100 million pages of newspapers, 1739 to present
One of world's largest historical map collections with 1.5 million maps
More than 8,000 high school, college and military yearbooks
More than 30 million tombstone photos
WorldVitalRecords.com works closely with its content partners to digitize and publish tens of millions of historical family history records online each month.
In November 2011, WorldVitalRecords.com was acquired by MyHeritage Ltd. and it is now a MyHeritage Company.
2014 ONEBOOKAZ GOES DIGITAL
Do you have an eBOOK waiting to be discovered?
2014 ONEBOOKAZ GOES DIGITAL
The Arizona State Library seeks Arizona authors to enter the "ONEBOOKAZ Goes Digital" WRITING COMPETITION
Click the ONEBOOKAZ ICON above to learn how to enter.
Electronic Submissions accepted November 1st through November 30, 2013.
Affordable Care Act
To authenticate all you need to do is add this prefix to you
library card/bar code numbers:
When a patron first sets up their account they will need to
create a pin number.?xml:namespace>
BROUGHT TO YOU BY ARIZONA STATE LIBRARY ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC RECORDS
OneClickdigital Patron Training
OneClickdigital is offering a free patron-focused
webinar that demonstrates the OneClickdigital Service’s features.
This 45-minute program also includes
a complete tour of the service and shows patrons how to create an account,
install the OneClickdigital Media Manager, search for content, manage
checkouts, and download and transfer audiobooks to listening devices.
One may listen to a recorded session at
Just a friendly reminder that Recorded Books provides free
technical support to patrons needing assistance with OneClickdigital. Whether
library staff or a patron is having trouble with a mobile device or tablet, feel free to
give Recoded Books a call at 1-877-77AUDIO,
and rest assured, they'll take care of it.
Project Gutenberg offers over 38,000 free ebooks to download to a PC, Kindle, Android, iOS, or other portable device. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
They carry high quality ebooks: All their ebooks were previously published by bona fide publishers. They digitize and diligently proof them with the help of thousands of volunteers. No fee or registration is required.
Due to Bandwith issues in our libraries please download E-Books from your home computer
This project was
supported with funds granted by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public
Records Agency under the Library Services and Technology Act, which is
administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.