The Nebraska Library Commission is a Nebraska state government agency. founded in 1901, Located in Lincoln, the Library Commission provides reference, resources, training, and consulting for all types of library in the state. The various collections housed at the Library Commission are used to serve librarians, state employees, seekers of government information, and visually handicapped Nebraskans. The Library Commission is a clearinghouse for state government publications and makes many documents accessible online.

More information on the Wikipedia page [1].

The website is currently (April 2016) inaccessible.