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Listen AlaskaListen Alaska

Alaska Digital Library provides access to digital content, such as audiobooks and music for patrons of participating libraries throughout Alaska. Ask library volunteers for details about the program and how to set up your account on your mobile device or tablet.

SLED Alaska

Statewide Library Electronic Doorway We all love search engines, but sometimes the best quality websites are hard to find amidst the ads.  We've collected outstanding, but sometimes hard to find, resources on Alaskan topics. (contains many of the links below)


Alaska Digital Archives - Alaska's Digital Archives presents a wealth of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps,documents, physical objects, and other materials from libraries, museums and archives throughout our state.

  Alaska Historical Collections Established in 1900, the Alaska Historical Collections (AS 14.56.080) in the Alaska State Library is a major repository for historical manuscripts, photographs, newspapers, maps, books, and other publications, along with significant personal collections.

BrainPop In classrooms, on mobile devices, and at home, BrainPOP engages students through animated movies, learning games, interactive quizzes, primary source activities, concept mapping, and more. 

  Live Homework Help Available through any computer (PC or Mac) or mobile device with an internet connection, available as a service to Alaskan students in grades K-12 and intro-level college courses. Open 7 days a week from non to 2am Alaska Time.

Teen and Health Wellness Providing straight forward information regarding topics teens are interested in including their changing bodies, diversity, drugs & alcohol, family life, nutrition, sexuality, skills for school & work,green living, grief & loss and more.

  NoveList - Not know what book to start on next? Here are recommended reading lists ranging from popular to classic searchable by genre, age appropriateness, subject interest and award winners.
  Mango Languages Learn a second language, refresh on you Alaska Native language roots.
  Auto Repair Reference Center Search by vehcile, make, model, or issue to find anaswers to many automotive repair problems.

Digital Literacy Alaska KnOWLedge Center

Digital Literacy: Alaska KnOWLedge Center: promoting and educating Alaskans in aspects of digital literacy with topics including the internet, online shopping, computer fundamentals, digital photography, social media, mobile devices and more.  

Alaska OWL Program

Our mission is to provide all Alaskans with the benefits and opportunities that come hand in hand with high speed Internet. This includes areas such as e-government services, distance education opportunities and increased access to professional development

The Alaska OWL Project is a grant funded initiative designed to improve the computing capabilities of public libraries throughout the state of Alaska. The project is being funded by the United States Department of Commerce BTOP Initiative, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rasmuson Foundation and the Alaska State Library.

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books 2015-2016 reading lists and registration information.

Read N Go Bags

Reading Kits for Infants and Toddlers are available to check out at the Copper Valley Community Library. They offer infant and toddler appropriate books, toys, activities and parent involvement activities all conveniently package in a bag just right for little helper hands.

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Copper Valley Community Library
(907) 822-5427
Mile 186 Glenn Highway - PO Box 173 - Glennallen, AK 99588

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