Libraries of Oregon

Libraries of Oregon is a website that connects Oregon residents to statewide library resources and local public libraries. From here you can access databases that house articles, video clips, podcasts, and images from encyclopedias, almanacs newspapers, and magazines or use the 24/7 ask-a-librarian service to satisfy their information needs. These subscription databases, which are not freely available on the internet, and the ask-a-librarian service are paid with federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds administered by the Oregon State Library. Oregon public libraries offer these same resources locally, and you can use the library locator to find your nearest public library.

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