Locate Washington state government information and services with links to all state agencies with communities information. (Site is available in Spanish, Russian, and more. Use the menu in the upper right to translate.)
Learn to speak, read, and write English from the instructors at the main Clark College campus.
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.)
Access online tutorials for computer basics, office software, job hunting skills, money management, social media, online security and more. Find your specific area of interest under one of these headings: Technology Basics, Living in the Online World, Microsoft Office, Essential Skills, and Work & Career. Follow these links for practice using a mouse or to learn about email. Most tutorials also available in Spanish.
Read federal tax information, file online, check your refund status, pay your tax bill, and more. Of particular note: Earned Income Tax Credit, Forms & Publications, and local office hours and locations. Information is available in multiple languages. You can also call the IRS toll free at 800-829-3676. (Site is available in multiple languages. Choose from the menu in the upper right corner.)
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.
Find resources for speakers of Spanish on reading and writing in English, math, and GED preparation.
Get expert assistance and legal guidance on topics including refugee status, family unity, citizenship, domestic violence, deportation, and more from a legal-rights organization dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of immigrants. (Also available in Spanish and other languages.)
Use your library card to borrow eBooks in Spanish, Russian and Chinese. Read in your browser on PC, Mac®, tablets or mobile devices.
- Borrow up to seven (7) titles at a time for 21 days, with one renewal allowed per title.
- Odilo is available only to FVRL cardholders who are also district residents or paying non-residents.
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Access a free legal website for low-income Oregonians. Self-help legal topics include protection from abuse, family, consumer, government benefits, housing, senior, disabilities, and farm workers. (Also available in Spanish.)
- OverDrive is available only to FVRL cardholders who are also district residents or paying non-residents.
- OverDrive offers EPUB, PDF and Kindle format eBooks as well as MP3 eAudio on a variety of devices.
- Find instructions for getting started with your device on OverDrive Help.
- Learn how to return titles early on a variety of devices.
If you can't download successfully from the links below, please use the app store on your device to find the OverDrive app.