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At the Library

Youth Services Department Computers


There are four public computers in the Youth Services Department. Computer users must visit the Youth Services Desk to reserve a 55-minute computer session. 

A User Agreement must be signed for children ages 17 and under.

View more details about our technology.

Teen Volunteer Opportunities

Earn Volunteer Hours at Home by Reading, Crafting and Writing!

It's hard for teenagers to find volunteer opportunities right now, so we’ve come up with a great way to earn hours from home and have fun doing it!

If you're a bookworm and enjoy telling others about what you’ve read, consider writing a book review! Tell us about your most recent reads by filling out a Book Review Form. Reviews will be shared with others so you’ll be helping your community find their next favorite book. Each review is worth one volunteer hour. Write about books you’ve checked out from WPLD or read from another source.

If you like craft projects or just want to try something new, sign up for our Teen Take & Make Craft Kits this spring. Kits come complete with everything you will need to make a Recycled Book Hedgehog and/or a beautiful Paper Flower Bouquet! Earn one volunteer hour by filling out a Craft Review Form. Tell us what you thought about the craft to give us ideas for future projects. Send us photos of your finished creations so we can share them at the Library and on social media.

Completed forms are due May 28. For more information about these volunteer opportunities, go to Teen Volunteer Hours.

If you have any questions about teen volunteer hours, call Teen Services Associate Mandy at 630/393-1171 x124 or email

Homework Help, Research and Practice Tests

The information in these databases will take you to a world of knowledge and discovery. Please be curious and click away! Or, ask a librarian to explain what each database includes.

Unless otherwise noted, these databases are free to use in the Library and can be accessed anywhere with your Warrenville Library card and PIN (default is the last 4 digits of your phone number).

Academic Search Premiere
Find full-text articles for your next research project.
Learning Express
Practice skills in math, English and other subjects. Prepare for important tests.
Learn photography, coding and dozens of other subjects with these video-based online courses. This resource is only available to Warrenville Public Library District cardholders.
Mango Languages
Learn more than 60 languages. Try the free app to take your language on the go.
Connect one-on-one with a tutor, practice skills in many subjects and send in your writing and math assignments for feedback. Spanish-speaking tutors are also available.
Universal Class
Learn practical hands-on subjects like cooking and exercise as well as school-ready topics like writing and algebra.
View All Databases
Sat, Apr 24, All day
This event is full

Wed, Apr 28, 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Wed, May 05, 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Teens can earn volunteer service hours this spring by writing a book or craft kit review as part of our Teen Personalized Book Bag and Teen Take & Make Craft Kit events. View more details.