All NebraskAccess Databases
These databases are available to all Nebraska residents and are paid for by the Nebraska Library Commission with funding from the State of Nebraska and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Explora interfaces allow users to explore multiple databases at the same time.

Browse or search across multiple databases, including MasterFILE Complete, Consumer Health Complete, and Legal Information Reference Center, for articles from popular magazines, Topic Overviews for general researchers, and more. 

Browse or search across multiple databases, including MAS Complete and Points of View Reference Center, for articles from popular magazines, Topic Overviews for high school researchers, and more. 

Browse or search across multiple databases, including Primary Search, Middle Search Plus, and Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, for articles from popular magazines, Topic Overviews for younger researchers, and more. 

Search and browse individual databases.

Biographical profiles, articles, and interviews featuring thousands of notable people, living and dead.  

Browse or search biographical content by name, occupation, nationality, and more. 

Health information aimed at the general public. Covers all areas of health and wellness. 

Article citations from 13 databases, including ArticleFirst, ERIC, and MEDLINE.  

Student-friendly encyclopedia covering more than 25,000 topics. 

Legal resources for consumers, including Nolo guides on family law, real estate, taxes, immigration, and more.  

Popular high school magazines and reference sources covering a broad range of subjects. 

Thousands of popular magazines, journals, and reference sources to support research.  

Popular middle school magazines and reference sources covering a broad range of subjects. 

Conduct family or historical research using global genealogy resources, including census data, vital records, and more.  

Fiction and nonfiction reading recommendations, book reviews, series information and more. For all ages. 

Fiction and nonfiction reading recommendations, book reviews, series information and more. For K-8 students, teachers, and parents.  

Essays and articles presenting multiple sides of 400+ controversial issues; supports students developing persuasive debate and writing skills. 

Popular elementary school magazines and reference sources covering a broad range of subjects. 

Scholarly journals for psychologists, counselors, parents, and students. 

Scholarly journals on natural and applied sciences, and technology. 

Information on how to start, finance, or manage a small business. 

Find books, movies, music, and other materials owned by libraries around the world.