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.

Price It!

  

Identify, research, and find pricing for art, antiques, and collectibles. Includes more than 10 million images to assist in searching.

More like this in:

Project Gutenberg

Choose from over 53,000 free EPUB or Kindle titles; download them or read them online. This is a great source of classic titles that are no longer under U.S. Copyright. You can add them to your DropBox, Google Drive or OneDrive if you have one and enjoy at your leisure. You can also choose to download or transfer titles to your mobile device, following these instructions.

More like this in:

RBdigital (eAudio)

  

Browse the RBdigital catalog of downloadable eAudio. Check out up to seven (7) titles at a time for 21 days. Here's how:

  1. Register for an RBdigital account with an email and password or use your RBdigital Magazines account if you have one.
  2. Download and install the appropriate app for your device (also good for RBdigital Magazines!).
  3. Use the app or visit the site to borrow and enjoy!
  4. Watch a tutorial video or read FAQs for more information.

RBdigital Magazines

  

Read your favorite magazines in electronic format. Here's how:

  1. Create an RBdigital Magazines account with an email and password or use your RBdigital account if you have one.
  2. Mobile users: Download the right app for your device (also good for RBdigital audiobooks!)
  3. Visit the site through FVRL or the app and check out magazines to enjoy.
  4. Read the FAQs if you have questions.

ReferenceUSA

  

Find contact information, demographic details, and heat maps for U.S. businesses, residents & health care providers and Canadian businesses. Reference USA is much more than just a directory. Learn how to make full use of all the data by registering for a ReferenceUSA webinar via WebEx. *Please note: you may set up a personal account to save your searches, and be confronted with a web page warning you that it is unsafe. Don't worry; it is safe to proceed in this instance.

Sanborn Maps

  

Chart the growth and development of cities and towns in Washington with maps originally created for fire insurance purposes, dating 1867-1970. Use the information to supplement your historical or genealogical research.

More like this in:

Pages