Search the Library Commission and Archives and History Library Print and Electronic Collections.
Databases and eResources
The Library Commission State Library Services Library subscribes to a number of databases and other e-resources to assist in research and recreational needs. Click here to see a list by alphabetical title. Click here to see a list by subject.
Federal Government Documents Depository
The State Library Services Library is committed to providing free public access to federal government information to all West Virginians. Use the online catalog to locate information or contact State Library Services for assistance.
America's authentic government information. FDsys is part of the U.S. Government Printing Office.
With Zinio Digital Magazines you can then check out complete, multi-access magazines with no holds, checkout periods, or maximum quantities.
To locate items in the Book Discussion Group collection for Libraries, go to the online catalog and type in "WVLCBDG" in a subject search. Contact Susan Hayden for more information or to schedule a collection.
audiobooks at home with your library card. All audiobooks can be enjoyed
on your home computer, your iPod®, or other portable devices. Available
titles include current best sellers, classics, history, popular
nonfiction, selections for children and young adults, and much more.
Learn about and request supplemental collections for your library.
Watch informational or educational programming from your computer.
WV-READS (Regional Electronic Audiovisual Download Service), a consortium of public libraries in West Virginia, was formed with the purpose of providing the citizens of West Virginia with free and reliable access to electronic library materials.