A Look at Some of the Licensed Electronic Resources U.S. Air Force Libraries Offer
We thought you might be interested in a brief overview at some of the licensed electronic resources that U.S. Air Force Libraries provided to authorized users.
Today, the Air Force Personnel Public Affairs Office posted an overview.
It includes the following:
Worldwide, Air Force libraries offer online learning resources, digital magazines, music, movies and much more for Total Force Airmen, civilians, retirees and family members.
A host of popular programs are available, including Zinio Digital Magazines, MyiLibrary eBooks, Safari Books Online, OneClickdigital, OverDrive, CultureGrams, MorningStar, Peterson’s Education Resource Center, Transparent Language Online, Universal Class and more.
In addition, the Air Force libraries offer opportunities for self-improvement and personal development through the Universal Class program. Any authorized Air Force library customer is eligible to register for more than 540 online classes in 30 different subject areas. To enroll, contact or visit your local library for the access code to create an account.
The Air Force also provides access to Tutor.com.
Read the Complete Announcement
See Also: USAF Libraries Homepage
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