A database is a structured collection of records or data that is stored in a computer system. It is a searchable, computerized file, often of periodical indexes that can be authenticated. A digital resource includes databases, e‑books, e-news, audiobooks, videos or any other digitized sources used for research or information.
TexQuest is a statewide digital resources program that provides anytime, anywhere access to high quality, authoritative digital resources to all educators, students, and students' immediate families in Texas K-12 public schools and open-enrollment charter schools. Supported, in part, by appropriations from the Texas State Legislature, Texas districts pay a small per student participation fee to gain access to TexQuest resources from the providers listed on this page.
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission administers all aspects of the TexQuest program and is responsible for the selection and coordination of all TexQuest resources, as well as district invoicing.
Education Service Center, Region 20 serves as the TexQuest Support Center and is responsible for help desk, technical assistance, outreach, communication, and training to support the program.
Ask your librarian for usernames and passwords.
Click on the icons or log in to ClassLink and browse the resources in the TexQuest folder.