Can I access online databases from home?

Yes and no.

Ancestry is available only at the Library. You can send documents to yourself or anyone else via email, and you can also print off documents (printing is $0.10 per page for black and white).

You can access the Kansas State Library Databases from home. There is a wide range of resources available to you. Prep for your college admissions test with Learning Express, research people, places and things with Britannica, or find diagrams for car repairs with AutoMate.

You shouldn’t need to log in with your Kansas e-Library card, the databases try to verify through your IP address.

Please note that some of the Kansas State Library databases will ask you to create an account.