TexQuest News

Special Edition, 2022

Changes are coming!

The Texas State Library and Archives Commission has finalized the solicitation process for the TexQuest resources. A thorough process was conducted to select the best resources and we are happy to share the results.

See below for details about these changes!

Resources with No Changes

The following resources will remain:

  • Britannica Elementary, Middle School, High School, Escolar, Moderna, Fundamentals
  • Gale (all resources)
  • EBSCO Learning Express
  • Infobase Learn360
  • ProQuest SIRS Discoverer
  • TeachingBooks

New Britannica Resource

effective 9/1/2022

Britannica ImageQuest

We are pleased to announce that Britannica ImageQuest has joined the Britannica family of TexQuest resources. ImageQuest brings lesson plans, assignments and projects to life with over three million rights-cleared images! It has been added to the middle school and high school levels of the TexQuest Navigator for immediate use.

Webinars to introduce the resource are scheduled as follows:


September 27, 9:00-10:00 a.m. CT, Zoom Registration

September 29, 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT, Zoom Registration


September 27, 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT, Zoom Registration

September 29, 9:00-10:00 a.m. CT, Zoom Registration

More information can be found at the Britannica Support site.

New Gale Resources

effective 10/1/2022

What's leaving?

EBSCO eBooks will no longer be a part of the TexQuest resources effective 9/30/2022. This includes all collections: K-8, High School, Educator, Academic, Business, and History.

Remove from:

  • Webpages

  • Learning management systems

  • Promotional materials such as flyers, bookmarks, posters, etc.

  • Lessons

Detailed Instructions HERE

Open this document for detailed instructions.

TexQuest Program

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.

TexQuest Support Center

Feel free to contact us with ANY TexQuest related question. We are more than happy to help!