Education and research
From world history to coding, disaster preparedness to job and career questions, the library is packed with tools and materials to help you develop new skills and find answers to your questions.
Build your skills and confidence with lifelong learning tools from the library.
Browse books, online collections, tools for makers and do-ers, as well as periodic educational programs.
Build your resume, study for a test, understand your salary potential, and find reliable job listings.
Develop preparedness skills and access clear, accurate information during disasters.
Health and Wellness
Learn a new skill, take an exercise class, practice meditation, stay up-to-date with pandemic news, and more.
Research colleges and universities, use online test prep tools, learn about financial aid, and explore online learning.
Access historic periodicals, browse books on Oregon’s history, and learn about upcoming lectures and special events.
Empathy begins with awareness, knowledge, and understanding. Learn about the history of racism in America.
Educational support services include online resources, outreach visits, themed book bags, and library tours.
Whether you’re just starting out learning to using a computer or you want to brush up on coding, the library is here to help with curated resources for all ages and skill levels.
Online language courses
Use your library card to access Mango, an online platform to help you learn a new language, or practice language skills you already have.
Ask a librarian
Submit a question to your local librarian. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll help you find it.
Online reference library
The library offers access to online language learning, test-prep tools, millions of published and peer-reviewed articles across a vast range of subjects, and more.
Find shelf locations and helpful contacts for a variety of tough topics.