What are you looking for?
This is a great place to start your search for information
Search engines are a fine place to start a search of the Internet, but often the results are unsatisfactory. Besides, the Internet isn't the only place to find information. Our library has gathered together some great resources for you to use to find the information you need.
- Use EBSCOhost to find magazine articles.
- Use Iowa Locator or WorldCat to find books, CDs, DVDs and other items in libraries
- Use HealthInfoIowa to start your search for health information
The subject guides give you a great place to find information on travel, sports, consumer goods and more.
Iowa Heritage Project and Iowa Publications Online can help you dig deep into all things Iowa.
Use the links at the left to find the information you need.
The Internet is a global electronic network which enables the library to provide information to patrons beyond the library's collection. It includes useful ideas, information, and opinions from around the world. In offering Internet access, that the library staff cannot control:
* the accuracy and validity of the information
* the availability of links users would like to visit. Sites frequently change addresses or close down and some sites may limit access to affiliated or authorized users.
* the materials you may find offensive.
Many sites carry information you may find controversial, indecent, or inappropriate. Users are responsible for the access points they reach. Parents are encouraged to work with and supervise their minor children's Internet sessions.
"Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it." -Samuel Johnson