Databases A ~ Z
The Mendocino County Library subscribes to several online databases which contain the full text of magazine and newspaper articles, test preps and other unique educational reference aids.
Please note: A Mendocino County Library card is required to access these areas.
Improve basic skills in reading, writing, speaking, grammar & math and prepare for the U.S. Citizenship exam. Gana su Tarjeta Verde, preparese para su Examen de Ciudadania.
The world’s largest online resource for genealogy research is available at your local branch of Mendocino County Library.
Your source for the most current, accurate, authoritative auto service and repair information. YouTube tutorial on using Automate.
Learn about many careers such as Allied Health, Caseworker, Culinary Arts, Firefighting, Law Enforcement, Nursing, Teaching, and more. Prepare for the ASVAB, CFAT, WorkKeys Assessments, TOEIC, etc.
Helps college students strengthen math, reading, grammar and writing, and science skills. Prepare for tests such as the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, college placement exams, and the CLEP exams.
Use this center to get the resources you need to achieve your college preparation goals. Prepare for tests including: ACT, SAT, AP Exams, PSAT/NMSQT, TOEFL, and THEA.
Consumer Reports. Access articles from Consumer Reports!
Free & discounted tickets to Northern California museums for library card holders!
Free language learning resource for Spanish, Danish, Irish, French, Italian, German, Swedish, Portuguese, and Dutch.
Learning for primary school students.
GrantFinder. Search for grants.
Access to GrantFinder is free to Mendocino County Library patrons. Patrons can access GrantFinder from any compatible device with internet access, using the credentials below. Patrons can also access the database at any of our branch locations by requesting log-in information from staff.
GrantFinder is an incredibly user-friendly database of grants and foundation funding for municipalities and non-profit entities.
To log in, please use one of the four username and password combinations below. Please note that usernames and passwords are case-sensitive. You can not copy and paste the usernames and passwords, as the program will not recognize them as valid – they must be typed in manually.
PLEASE NOTE: GrantFinder does not work on some older browsers – make sure your browser is up-to-date. Searches saved to the accounts provided will not be retained – we recommend downloading & saving your searches.
Prepare for tests such as the GED®, the GED® en Espanol, HiSET®, and TASC exams, with interactive tutorials, practice tests, and eBooks.
Research for high school students.
Legal Books featuring articles and forms from Nolo Press.
Lynda.com is the leading online learning company that offers video courses taught by industry experts to learn business, technology, and creative skills through award-winning video tutorials that are available online anytime, anywhere.
Research for middle school students.
Online access to The Fort Bragg Advocate, The Ukiah Daily Journal, the Willits News, and worldwide news.
Subscribe to our email newsletters suggesting new books on your favorite topics! From the experts at NoveList Plus.
Research newspaper and magazine articles.
Looking for a good book?
Book recommendations from the Readers’ Advisory.
Mejorar sus habilidades básicas, ganar sus credenciales de GED®, gana su Tarjeta Verde, prepárese para su Examen de Ciudadanía.
Help for students in elementary, middle, and high school – improve math, reading, writing, science skills, and more. Extra help with assignments and test preparation.
Tools for the entrepreneur.
Other Helpful Links
The following links are helpful community links and do not require a library card to access:
GovPayNet Pay your Library fines online (fees may apply)
Mendocino County Law Library –Need to do some legal research or look for legal forms online? Mendocino County Law Library is open to the public and offers a wide variety of Legal Reference Materials, Standard California Court Forms, etc. Please note: staff is only available to assist patrons but are not allowed to offer legal advice.
Tax Forms beginning Feb 1 through April 15 of each year the library stocks a number of tax forms e.g. 1040s, 1040Es, etc. Other forms not on hand at the Library can be accessed online at the IRS’ website. Don’t have a printer? As a public service, all branches of the County Library are offering to print individual forms free of charge. Due to the high cost of printing, we are unable to print entire booklets but they can usually be found at the Library Reference Desk as well as online at www.irs.gov.
For all your State of California tax questions.
Health and Wellness
MedlinePlus a great online health resource tool
Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) for California the place for Californians to go to compare and set-up their healthcare coverage.