This page highlights Vaughan Public Libraries' lifelong learning opportunities for customers of all ages. Click the links below to train yourself to use our collections, learn a new skill or course, and discover what is happening in your library and beyond today!
Learn how to search the Library Catalogue and put items on hold.
Log in to your library account to see your holds and account information
Use your library card to check out digital eBooks and audiobooks using Overdrive.
Lynda.com gives users free access to thousands of video tutorial courses with a focus on such areas as technology,
software development, business skills, project management as well as creative skills like animation and video editing.
Note: This site requires a Vaughan Public Libraries card to sign in.
Learn a new language today! Transparent Language helps you learn over 100 different languages. This site requires a Vaughan Public Libraries card to sign in.
A collection of resources for home maintenance projects. Find easy to use instructions on how to perform a variety of home improvement and repair tasks. Available Online.
TV Ontario Education is an Ontario-based resource providing links to the Independent Learning Center, Homework Help, and resources for adults looking to complete their GED.
Peer 2 Peer University (or simply P2PU) is a non-profit organization that facilitates equitable learning beyond institutional walls.
Cisco Networking Academy - The Networking Academy program delivers ICT training to help improve career and educational opportunities for individuals in communities around the world.
Search for quality open textbooks offered in a variety of digital formats; the first step in adopting open educational resources. Available Online.
Coursera is an education platform that partners with top universities and organizations wordlwide, to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.
EdX is a massive open online course and online learning platform that hosts online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a wordwide audience at no charge.
Access course materials (including textbooks) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for free. MIT Open Courseware includes course materials in English, Chinese, Persian, Spanish, and more.
Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization that offers practice courses in Math, Computer Programming, Physics and more. Contains resources for middle school and high school levels.
Bathurst Clark Resource Library's digital literacy lab is geared toward younger children and their caregivers and offers exposure to digital technology through creative programming!
Civic Centre Resource Library's digital media lab allows you to develop your talents and pursue career goals while you learn and develop new skills.
Make It! is a shared community space at the Pierre Berton Resource Library that offers equipment and tools for makers of all ages. Make It! provides a flexible co-learning environment that houses a variety of equipment and technology to suit students, entrepreneurs, artists and inventors.
With its slogan "Ideas Worth Spreading" the TED Conference (Stands for Technology, Education, Design) features world's leading academics, teachers, and innovators in easily digestible 18 minutes lectures. Requires a free TED account.
Innovators, thinkers and doers visit Googleplex to give inspiring talks that are posted freely online by Google. @GoogleTalks requires a Gmail account or Google ID.
Google's Youtube Education Channel features lots of great educational content, lectures, and conference talks conveniently organized.