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L&I Center for Small Business

Find information, quick links, tutorials and more to help the small business owner meet state and federal requirements, courtesy of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.

Also available in Spanish.

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Landlord-Tenant Resources

Browse this length list of online and local resources compiled by the Washington State Attorney General's office.

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League of Women Voters

Be informed and get involved in the democratic process at the federal, state and local levels.

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Learning Disabilities Association of America

Access information and referrals via this national non-profit advancing the “education and general welfare of children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilit

ies of a perceptual, conceptual or coordinative nature."

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Learning Express Library

  

Learn new skills or prepare for exams of all kinds in one of the many learning centers:

  • Adult Learning Center - Improve your basic skills in math, reading, writing, speaking, and grammar, or prepare to become a U.S. citizen.
  • Career Center - Learn about careers, prepare for entrance and occupational exams, like the civil service or ASVAB, or even the TOEIC if you're an English language learner.
  • Popular Software Tutorials - Expand your skills and claim some self-study time with common computer software from Adobe and Microsoft.
  • School Center - Find extra lessons and practice exams for elementary, middle and high school students on topics ranging from reading comprehension to trigonometry.
  • High School Equivalency Center - Build your basic skills and prepare for the GED test.
  • College Prep Center - Study up before you take standardized tests for college such as PSAT/NMSQT, AP Exams, SAT and ACT.
  • College Center - Strengthen your academic skills in science, grammar and writing, reading, or math; and prepare for placement tests and graduate entrance exams.
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Legal Information Reference Center

  

Use tools and instructions to independently address a wide-range of legal issues including business law, financial planning, family law, property & real estate, and rights & disputes.

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Legal Voice

Review many free self-help and legal education materials and find referrals focusing on women's rights.

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Library Elf

  

Keep track of activity on multiple FVRL library card accounts. Create an account and add library cards to it to have all physical holds, due dates, and notifications in one place.

Follow these instructions to sign up or add library cards to your account.

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Living Well in Washington

Find resources for food, housing, family care, insurance, veterans, seniors, disabilities, and more compiled by the Washington State Library.

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Make

Read, plan, make, and share creative projects with other makers.

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Manga Here

Read manga online. Sort by style or genre to find just what you like.

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Maryhill Museum of Art

Feed your mind and enrich your soul with the art,history, and natural resources of the unique Columbia River Gorge.

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MasterFile Premier

  

Find full-text articles and abstracts from general reference, business, consumer health, and general science magazines and journals.

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Mayo Clinic

Read detailed, easy-to-understand information on thousands of diseases or conditions and for over 8,000 prescription drugs.

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Microsoft Imagine Academy

Learn anything from computer basics and Word, Excel or PowerPoint to Microsoft server technician coursework; even prepare for certification exams.


This resource is intended for Washington State residents only. To access this resource you will need:

  • A personal, Microsoft email account, such as one you use for OneDrive, Xbox Live, Outlook.com, Hotmail, or other Microsoft Services. You can create a Microsoft email, or you can use a compatible address you already have.
  • A compatible computer with internet access. Watch a getting started video. (Courses are best viewed in Internet Explorer.)
  • A Microsoft account. Here's how to get one.
  • An access code, which you may obtain by answering the following question:
    Are you a Washington State resident or FVRL cardholder?    

     

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