Offer Type
Online Database
Offer Year
FY 2024
LibraryLinkNJ Member Public Libraries & School Libraries
Offer Valid through
Product Descriptions

LLNJ members have access to all the below databases from Infobase until 3/31/23!
These will help support coverage and increase student engagement for Black History month in February and Women’s History month in March.

Username: LLNJ
Password: newyear

  • American History is an indispensable resource that spans our nation’s history, with a user-friendly interface and award-winning content. By providing the most comprehensive range of information in one complete resource—subject entries, biographies, primary sources, videos and slideshows, images, timelines, and maps and graphs. Includes entire sections on American Women’s History for Women’s History and has a section on African American History. Great for HS and upper MS.
    Trial until 3/31/23 -
  • African-American History covers more than 500 years of the African-American experience. It offers a fresh way to explore the full spectrum of African-American history and culture, with tablet/mobile-friendly videos and slideshows, images, biographies of key people, event and topic entries, primary sources, maps and graphs, timelines and much more. Great for HS and upper MS.
    Trial until 3/31/23 -
  • The World Almanac for Kids Elementary provides a wealth of elementary-level content—including engaging illustrated articles, videos, interactives, Fun Facts, and more—in a colorful, kid-friendly format perfect for helping young children develop online research skills. It also features helpful teacher resources, including worksheets and graphic organizers. Check out the coverage of Civil rights and biographies of famous women.
    Trial until 3/31/23 -
  • The World Almanac for Kids erases the line between homework support and fun exploration. Each topic area provides resources for homework, reports, and projects, and kids can explore age-appropriate subjects while developing online research skills with a trusted content source. Check out the African-American History topic center and coverage of Women’s History for the upper elementary and middle school students.
    Trial until 3/31/23 -

Members are eligible for a 10-20% off discount off new subscriptions!
There is an additional 10% off these databases until 2/28/23 for a total discount of 20-30% off!

Contact Email with questions or for discounted pricing.

Infobase - Stay Curious


Infobase digital resources provide outstanding educational content for students and educators.  Our critically acclaimed databases are known for their unprecedented depth of coverage.  Written by experts and vetted by our editors, these resources fit any curriculum and library needs. Contact the Infobase representatives to sign up for a FREE Trial to any or all of our resources and see how Infobase products can encourage learning, stimulate interest and engage students and patrons.  All subscriptions include:

  • Unlimited, simultaneous remote access
  • 24/7; 365 days per year access.  (Internet capability is needed for access)
  • iPad, android, and mobile friendly
  • Dynamic citations in multiple formats
  • Major educational standards (Common Core, State and National, and more)

Click each resource title for its full descriptions below.
You can also browse the Online Databases Quick Descriptions ( PDF).


Trial Offer

Contact the Infobase representatives for a free trial.


Contact the Infobase representatives for pricing.

Databases are available for 10% off if purchased individually. Infobase also offers 20% off if purchased 3+ new subscriptions of the following Infobase products together: 

Offer only valid on NEW subscriptions; does not apply to previous purchases or renewals. 


Please contact the Infobase representatives to place an order.


Jared McGinley (K12)
Phone:  1-800-322-8755 ext. 4261

Scott Williams (Public Library)
Phone: 1-800-322-8755 ext. 2840

Chris Dedrick (Academics)
Phone:  1-800-322-8755 ext. 4205

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