Offers free access to tutorials in math, science, reading and writing, practice tests for the GED, SAT, ACT, and for career certification tests. The Job and Career Accelerator offers resume and cover letter building tools, as well as listings for over 5 million jobs and internship postings. There are resources for college preparation, and there are Spanish Language materials available. There are also tutorials on basic computer and internet skills.
Gale Resource Database
The Gale Resource Database provides free access to thousands of magazines, journals, and
newspapers, and more -- that's literally millions of articles! Browse online databases by topic or
The Oregon School Library Information System is a K-12 website providing access to quality licensed databases within an information literacy framework. It is designed for Oregon students and teachers, maintaining the school library at the heart of student research. OSLIS is a K-12 web portal designed to guide students through interned-based research and to provide free, kid-friendly access to quality licensed databases.
Have a Question? Ask your local librarian or try ANSWERLAND, Oregon's statewide live-chat reference service. Ask questions about homework, history, Oregon, geneology, technology, library stuff, what to read, ebooks... and lots of other subjects.
Oregon Library Passport Program
The Oregon Library Passport Program connects patrons from participating libraries to free services at other participating libraries. Patrons of the Halsey City Library can present their library card at other participating libraries, like Harrisburg or Albany, to get a free card there! Click for more information about the program and a list of participating libraries.
On-Line Library Resources
Libraries of Oregon
Libraries of Oregon is a website that connects Oregon residents to statewide library resources and local public libraries. From here you can access databases that house articles, video clips, podcasts, and images from encyclopedias, almanacs newspapers, and magazines or use the 24/7 ask-a-librarian service to satisfy their information needs.
EBSCO Legal Reference Information Center
The EBSCO free legal reference information center contains information across a range of topics including: Business & Corporations, Family Affairs & Divorce, Immigration & Travel, Money & Financial Planning, Patents, Copyrights, & Trademarks, Property & Real Estate, Rights & Disputes, and Wills & Estate Planning.