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Learning Express Library

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Find resources including practice tests and tutorials for school success; college, career, and citizenship preparation; and software and computer tutorials.

You'll be able to:

  • Improve your skills in elementary, middle, and high school subjects, or study for your high school equivalency credential.
  • Prepare for the ACT, SAT, and AP tests and more, and search for scholarships.
  • Explore careers and prepare for entrance and occupational exams and military tests.
  • Find a college, review your college skills, or prepare for for college placement exams and grad school admission exams.
  • Learn computer and internet basics, and master popular software such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, and Windows operating systems.

Some features require free registration in order to save your work, revisit your tests, or store scores. You'll need a valid email address and PIN to register.

Library Elf

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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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Mayo Clinic

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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

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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 Microsoft account. You can create a Microsoft account, or you can use an account you created for another Microsoft service.
  • A compatible computer with internet access. Watch a getting started video. (Courses are best viewed in Internet Explorer.)
  • 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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