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What is Iowa AEA Online?

Iowa AEA Online is a virtual library that provides no-cost access to 15 high-quality, web-based resources for accredited public and non-public PreK-12 schools. Students and staff have access at school and at home. Iowa AEA Online is funded and supported by Iowa's Area Education Agencies. To learn more, contact your school, AEA media and technology contact or visit Iowa AEA Online.

To learn more about these resources and how to access them, contact your teacher or teacher librarian.

Magazines- Thousands of articles from popular titles to scholarly journals.

Newspapers - National, international and regional newspapers, plus television and radio transcripts.

eBooks - Fiction and nonfiction books on a wide range of subjects and grade levels.

Encyclopedias - Online encyclopedias in English and Spanish, including all articles from World Book's 22-volume print edition.

Videos- Over 9,000 educational videos from top educational producers.

Photos, Music & Clipart  - Over one million current and historical photos, thousands of music tracks, over six million images, fonts and sounds.

Software Training - Thousands of tutorial movies answering the common questions people have when learning software programs.

Plus literary writings, dictionaries, maps, almanacs, biographies, web links, government documents, historic documents, information on weather, health, careers, business and more.

For more information about Iowa AEA Online and your child's user name and password, contact your teacher librarian, teacher or your AEA media/technology consultant.

Appropriate: Designed for the age and interests of students and supports what they are studying in school.
Safe: Free from objectionable content.
Reliable: Educators and experts carefully select resources. AEAs pay fees for resources available only by Internet subscription.
Copyright: Approved for school-related activities.

To download a one page flyer giving a brief overview of each Iowa AEA Online resource click here

For additional information on each product, click the "Product Information" tab on the left of this page.

Images were used with permission from AP Images Archive, Gale, Clipart.com, Visual Learning, Britannica, iClipart for Schools, ProQuest, Scholastic and Atomic Learning.   Â©2011, Iowa Educators Consortium


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