Mango Languages is an online language and culture learning resource that offers access to over 60 foreign languages and 17 English courses taught completely in the user's native language. Mango can be accessed at the library, remotely, or even on-the-go with apps for iPhone, Android, Kindle and Nook.
Note-after logging in with your library card and PIN number, you will set up your own account within Mango!
ProQuest Research Library: Arts
This resource covers publications on the arts for researchers of all levels. Subject coverage: music, theatre, film, TV, dance, architecture, art, and design. This database can also be searched as part of ProQuest Research Library.
ProQuest Research Library: Literature & Language|
This resource covers publications on literature and language for researchers of all levels. Subject coverage: English, American literature, world literatures, and linguistics. This database can also be searched as part of ProQuest Research Library.
Note: Access to these databases requires the entire barcode number from your library card and your pin number. Your pin number is usually the last 4 digits of your phone number. If you are not able to log in with this information, please call us at 360.442.5300. These databases are also accessible to the public (cardholding and otherwise) via the two database computers located near the Reference Desk on the Main Floor.
Meez: Create avatars
NGA Kids: Interactive creative art site (National Gallery of Art hosted)
Storybird: Create picture books
Wordle: Create word art
The Amanda Project: Become a character, get published.
Blink: a blog of young adult book reviews
The Elements of Style: the classic short guide to grammar and writing.
Flamingnet Book Reviews: Young Adult books reviewed by young adult reviewers.
Poetry 180: A poem a day for teens
Reading Rants!: Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists.
Shmoop Literature: Smoop's mission: "To make learning and writing more fun and relevant for students in the digital age." Each entry provides a nutshell description of the book, plot summaries, themes, study questions...a valuable resource for students and for those who just love to read and learn.
What's Next?: Teen Series and Sequels, listed by series name and by author.
|Francesca Lia Block||Celia Rees|
|Meg Cabot||Darren Shan|
|Esme Raji Codell||Sonya Sones|
|Ursula K. LeGuin||Gary Soto|
|Robin McKinley||J. R. R. Tolkien|
|Jess Mowry||Jean Ure|
|Stephenie Meyer||Chris Wooding|
|Georgia Nicholson||Paul Zindel|
Audacity: Edit audio, create podcasts, etc.
The Freesound Project: Source for audio clips
CC Mixter: Another source for audio & mixing
Big Huge Labs: Make CD covers for audio mixes/DVDs
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