Research services and community partnerships for the developmentally disabled.
eResources & Learning Tools
Please note is available in select libraries; is available in all libraries; is also available outside the library with your card; and is freely available online.
Find state incentives for renewables and efficiency.
Set up an account in your preferred language, then start learning a new one, whether you speak English and want to learn Swedish, or your first language is Spanish and you want to learn English. (Translate the site into your first language using the menu in the upper right.)
Find out which online resources contain full text articles of a given journal title, then link directly to the resource to search for articles.
Research values and reviews on cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Enroll in MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) offered by recognized universities and institutions from around the globe. Take a class in genetics or focus on a classic novel for several weeks. The choices are plentiful.
Access audio/video clips, pictures, maps, books, news, and more on homework topics common to middle and high school students.
Join other English language learners and volunteers to practice speaking English in a warm, friendly environment. Groups meet to practice at several locations throughout the district, and some locations provide activities for children.
Learn to use online tools and other media resources to positively affect children's education and overall development.
Search a variety of medical, trade, and scientific journals as well as magazines and reports for medical news, diagnostics, and information.
Create a free account and connect with your ancestors. Search for historical records, build a family tree, and more! You can even visit a local Family History Center for assistance with using their resources.
Find the next book by your favorite author, look for books in a series, or find out what your favorite authors are recommending.
Locate local farms, crops, or links to farmers markets and recipes. Search by different criteria including "Certified Organic". Hosted by WSU.
Find out if you qualify to file for a fee waiver, and what guidelines to follow in order to do so.
Enjoy travel, hiking, table games, clubs, dancing, dining, classes, and more through Vancouver Parks & Recreation at the Luepke Senior Center at 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd., or Trapedero II at Firstenburg Community Center at 700 NE 136th Ave.
Share your writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors. Whatever you're into, from sonnets to mysteries, from sci-fi stories to cell phone novels, you can find it there.
Review industry intelligence tools that can be consumed very quickly to better understand a prospect’s or client’s business issues. Published by Hoover's Inc.
Access a variety of free search tools, free and paid training classes, tutorials, downloadable reports, and a daily news service, Philanthropy News Digest.
Available in the Vancouver, Battle Ground, and Goldendale libraries.
Access essential facts on grantmakers and their funding activities worldwide. To pinpoint prospective funders, explore four comprehensive databases: Grantmakers, Companies, Grants, and 990s.