Research & Learning

Our digital collection provides tools and information not readily available anywhere else.  You can access these resources with your Boise Public Library card.  An Important Note on Privacy and 3rd Party Vendors

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Do It Yourself Resources

ChiltonLibrary supplies a solution for the “do-it-yourselfer” that is easy to use no matter the skill level. Repair, maintenance and specification tables provide critical data on thousands of domestic and imported models of cars and light trucks from 1940 onward. ChiltonLibrary provides quick online access to repair, maintenance and service information on seven decades of the broadest range of vehicles available, including cars, trucks, vans and SUVs.
The freedom to learn what you want, when you want, absolutely free! Check out our Everyday Life, Basic Math, and Computer Training today!
We're looking for Boise-based musicians—bands, duos, and solo artists—to help us build our newest collection, Half-Gig Audio. It’ll be entirely digital, and we’ll make it available for streaming to listeners in Boise and beyond. You can submit full albums and individual songs, as well as cover art, bios, and other supporting material. We'll launch the collection in January 2019, and we'll continue to add content as we receive it.

Want more information? BoisePublicLibrary.org/HalfGig

Free permit practice tests for learner drivers. Includes the full text of the Idaho Driver's Manual as well as practice tests for cars and motorcycles
Find Idaho-specific forms for legal topics from personal to business. Download the form you need for free today!
Where consumers can go to find accurate, complete and concise government information when, where, and how they want and need it to help them make important life decisions.

 

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