The Florida Electronic Library
Did you know that, in Florida, you can read full issues of the New York Times online from 1985 to the present? Or current issues of popular magazines like Newsweek and Prevention? These are just a few of the many resources available to Florida library patrons through the Florida Electronic Library, a state-sponsored electronic library devoted to the sharing of electronic information resources in Florida.
Many Floridians are unaware of the enormous amount of information available at their fingertips without the need for pricey subscriptions. To get started, visit flelibrary.org. Under "Featured Resources" you will find the most popular resources that the FEL currently offers. Want a suggestion for a good book to read? Visit "Books and Authors" under the "About Books" category. Need information on the risk factors for hypertension? See the "Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine" under "Health". Or are you doing a school project and need to read the Florida Constitution of 1838? Check out the "Florida Memory Project" under "History".
The Florida Electronic Library is accessible from any Internet connection in Florida. For access out of state, you will need to enter your Florida library card number. So what are you waiting for? Take advantage of these great resources today.
Posted Tuesday, March 26, 2013 in Databases