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Digital Resources from EBSCO

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EBSCO logoArticles, eBooks, and periodicals covering a variety of disciplines.

Digital Resources from ProQuest

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ProQuest logoArticles, eBooks, theses, and more covering agricultural, behavioral, biological, environmental, and health sciences.

Forensic Science and Medicine titles

WayBack Machine

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Take a stroll down memory lane with the WayBack Machine!

View a snapshot of the Department of Public Safety website on: 

Training Media for State Employees

Featured Title: Learn to Lead: Lessons with Captain "Sully" Sullenberger

Learn to Lead cover artLearn to Lead offers key insights to help employees embrace their roles as leaders and show them how to make a transformative impact on ethics, morale, teamwork, and productivity within their organization. Whether your trainees are front-line, stepping-up or seasoned leaders, this program will offer development of leadership skills and how they can be seen in each and every employee, no matter what their position is.


Reference Services provides an extensive collection of training videos with leader guides for use by state employees in the following topics for individual or group use:

You can see the full listing of our training media in our catalog. All of our resources can be checked out with a Missouri State Library Card.


Borrow and download audiobooks and eBooks, within your browser or through the Libby app

You will need a Missouri State Library card to borrow materials. 

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Leadership Library collection
Professional Development Guide
OverDrive: access eBooks and audiobooks
Missouri Publications
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Governor's Executive Orders - available online

Homeland Security Digital Library

logo of the Homeland Security Digital LibraryHomeland Security Digital Library provides documents related to homeland security policy, strategy, and organizational management.


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Free Government Resources

covers of various Missouri government publicationsSearch or browse the digital collection of Missouri state government publications in Internet Archive. 

 View DPS publications here.


GODORT logoVisit the State Agency Databases Project to find links to public databases created by the state governments of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Search for databases by state or by subject, including Crime, Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement and Military & Veterans.


logo for ATF publicationsView the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) Publications Library with publications concerning the regulated industries as well as documents to inform the general public. 


The COPS Office Resource Center publishes materials for law enforcement and community stakeholders to use in collaboratively addressing crime and disorder challenges. 

Federal Government Information guide

The Missouri State Library participates in the Federal Depository Library Program, administered by the Government Publishing Office (GPO) in Washington, DC. The Missouri State Library provides access to federal government resources and assistance in finding federal government information on our Federal Government Information Guide

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Business Directory and White Pages

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