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Open Culture brings together cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community. Their mission is to centralize great amounts of audio and video htat is scattered across the web, curate it, and provide access to it. Includes free movies, eBooks, audiobooks, courses and more.

The Center for Responsive Politics tracks money in United States politics and the influence that money has on elections and public policy

Administrative Rules are created by most agencies and some boards and commissions to implement and interpret their statutory authority

This is the state's official almanac and fact book. It contains listings and functional descriptions of government agencies and educational institutions.

A career exploration, research, decision making and planning database that provides a system of occupational and educational information to help Oregonians learn about the world of work and education.

(only available to users of the following libraries: Oregon City)

The State of Oregon Employment Department provides a job finder, occupation and wage information, career explorer, and more.

Move ahead in your career with tutorials on resumes, the job search, interviewing, as well as computer basics and software tutorials.

Access definitive, authoritative information about the State of Oregon, including significant places, culture, institutions, events, and people.

Find food near you. Enter your location to find free groceries, meals or fresh produce.

(OHA) is where you will find current statistics and information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oregon, including current communication to Oregonians from Governor Kate Brown.

The OHP is free health coverage offered by the state of Oregon and covers medical care, dental care, mental health care, and addiction treatment.

The Oregon Historical Society is dedicated to making Oregon’s long, rich history visible and accessible to all. For more than a century, we have served as the state’s collective memory, gathering and preserving a vast collection of artifacts, photographs, films, manuscripts, books, and oral histories.

This index of links from the University of Oregon includes law and government, population and demographics, maps, and more.

Free legal information for the general public.

The OMA provides a directory of museums around Oregon.

Oregon News Sources for Lake Oswego patrons

(only available to users of the following libraries: Lake Oswego)

Oregon News Sources for Wilsonville patrons

(only available to users of the following libraries: Wilsonville)

Current Oregon laws in effect as passed by the legislature.

The SOS is a source for business registration and business forms for the State of Oregon.

The mission of the Oregon State Bar is to serve justice by promoting respect for the rule of law, by improving the quality of legal services, and by increasing access to justice.

The State Library provides a free Braille and audiobook library for any Oregonian with a print-disability.

Full text articles from The Oregonian:  1987 – today.

(only available to users of the following libraries: Lake Oswego)

The Oregon State University Extension Service offers educational programming and activities, a master gardener program, and more.