Access & Program Information

The Traveler Statewide Resources are a collection of digital resources provided by the Arkansas State Library to all Arkansas residents, schools, libraries and universities.

Traveler resources help facilitate a lifelong love of learning; it contains resources suitable for students at every level, from early education to post graduate studies. The Traveler collection is a valuable resource for educators, parents, caregivers, students, or anyone with a love of learning.


Online Access to Traveler Resources

Arkansas residents can access the collection from the Arkansas State Library’s website with no registration or additional logins required. You must be located within the state of Arkansas with your device’s location services turned on.

Arkansas residents living near or on the border may report any access problems to katie.walton@arkansas.gov.

Traveler resources are available exclusively to Arkansas residents and libraries within state boundaries. If ineligible for Traveler, contact your local public library to learn about similar services and resources that are available in your state.


Onsite Institutional Access

Arkansas schools, universities and libraries may register with the Arkansas State Library to offer Traveler resources through their own institutional websites.

To ensure uninterrupted access, current IP addresses must be registered with the State Library. Any changes to registered IP addresses can be reported via the online form. Contact Katie Walton at katie.walton@arkansas.gov for assistance.


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The Traveler program is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Arkansas State Library under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.