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Arizona residents may explore thousands of online articles and images from journals and newspapers as well as accurate, current research materials, through your public library’s website.
If you are an Arizona resident, you may connect to selected resources through the website of Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records (State Library) and you will be asked to enter your home ZIP CODE to continue. These resources are provided for Arizonans with funding from the Pima County Public Library, and from Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records through a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.
For more information, to get help, or to ask a question, just ask a librarian!
This service provides Arizona State Officials and Employees access to a combination of news resources as well as premium research databases. Contract obligations restrict access to a few of the premium databases to the State Library or legislative buildings, but many of the databases can be accessed remotely by Arizona State Officials and Employees with State Library Cards (application). To use the service, select a resource and, if necessary, you will be prompted for your last name and State Library Card number.
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