Your North Olympic Library card gives you full access to many online resources that are not generally available on the web. Find full-text and full-image articles from magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals and reference books. You can log in to most databases at anytime, from anywhere. All you need is your library card. How to get a library card.
Click here to see a list of all NOLS databases.
Find news and current events from magazines and newspapers on any subject. Search a complete online encyclopedia. Find maps and graphics. Read transcripts of radio and TV broadcasts. View videos of objects and events.
Find local information on current and historical news articles through the index to local Port Angeles newspapers. Search the index to the Bert Kellogg collection of local historical photographs. Find links to local organizations.
Readers rejoice. The North Olympic Library System has a huge amount of online information for readers. You can find titles by a favorite author, books in a series, recommended reading lists, and background and research on specific titles and authors. You can even read a book online.
Need up-to-date and authoritative information on health and wellness? The Library recommends these sites for current, authoritative information from professional journals, evidence-based reports, video clips, alternative medicine sources and more.
If you are preparing yourself for school or career testing, here’s a comprehensive guide to successful learning and practice for the most popular academic or licensing tests. Use interactive tutorials and practice exams or view full text books to learn for success.
Have a great idea and no money to drive it? Grant opportunities are available to individuals, business and organizations through these online resources.
Get A Library Card
Check out books, DVDs, CDs, magazines and other materials. Place holds and have books sent to your local branch. Use public computers at all four library branches. Log in to find articles and information in more than a dozen research databases. Your library card is the key to all of this and much more. Don't have a library card? It's easy. Here's how to get one...
NOLS Library Mission
The North Olympic Library System promotes the joy of reading, the power of ideas and lifelong learning, and provides all residents of Clallam County equal access to a variety of library resources. Read about the Library's activities in 2011 and NOLS' Strategic Initiatives.
Support The Library
The North Olympic Library System is Clallam County's public library. There are many ways you can help insure its excellence today and for future generations. Make a suggestion to improve service. Recommend a title for purchase. Volunteer. Make a general donation or contribute funds for a specific purpose. Join the Friends of the Library. Learn more