TexShare Database Program

The TexShare Database Program provides a wealth of electronic database resources to over 700 public, academic, and libraries of clinical medicine throughout the state at a significant cost savings. These electronic databases are powerful research tools available 24 hours a day in the homes or offices of registered patrons of participating Texas libraries. They provide full-text articles from journals, newspapers, magazines, and many other sources. Entire books can be read online. Database topics include homework help for students, health information, business information, biography and genealogy, as well as literature and archival information.

News, FAQs, and Announcements:

AMDigital FAQ- Learn more about the "American West" and "American Indian Histories and Cultures" databases.

LearningExpress Library FAQ - Now updated for the new LearningExpress Library v.3. Also see the LearningExpress online tutorials.

EBSCO DIY Databases FAQ - Whether you're starting a new business, puttering around the house, or just in the mood to pursue your hobbies, these resources offer compelling content, plus powerful tips and tools.


For the latest news, see the TexZine e-newsletter and subscribe to the TexShare-Users email list.
 

The TexShare Databases are supported in part by funds granted to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the primary source of federal support for the nation's libraries and museums. The Institute's mission is to create strong libraries and museums that connect people to information and ideas.

 

Page last modified: March 9, 2015
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