Digital titles available for download. Use limited to registered users of the Talking Book Service. Contact email@example.com for eligibility information.
A guide to Idaho digital collections, books & authors, and other Idaho information in celebration of Idaho Day.
You and your child can embark on an adventure together through books and reading and many fun-filled activities every day of the year by accessing the resources available for free from this website.
A collection of tools to help Idahoans interact with and understand news and government activities.
Find free court-approved forms for civil court matters such as family, landlord/tenant, domestic violence, and other non-criminal court issues.
Check out the resources compiled at Idaho.gov.
Follow the Idaho State Legislature and Idaho Supreme Court sessions through live audio and video feeds.
A directory of Idaho libraries and other organizations. Maintained and provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries.
Take an online tour of the Idaho statehouse. Along with video and photos, background information about the building is provided.
Catalog of materials available to customers of the Idaho Talking Book Service for individuals with physical or visual impairments.
Resources for mid-life adults. Topics covered include health, work, home, and finances.
College and career planning resources for high school students from the Idaho State Board of Education.
The Open Textbook Library contains peer-reviewed textbooks on a variety of subjects. The textbooks can be downloaded at no cost, or printed at low cost.
This portal, created by Idaho Digital Learning, offers links to a comprehensive network of resources to assist children in every stage of their educational journeys, from Pre-K to college.
Video clips and multimedia tools for use in K-12 classrooms in all subject areas. Includes lesson plans. Searchable by grade level and subject.
Full length videos from Idaho Public Television in areas of adventure, culture, natural resources, Idaho, conversations with writers, and more.
An online gameboard filled with resources for parents and early learners to explore together.
The Bookworm is a monthly early literacy newsletter containing age-appropriate literacy information and activities.