About e-Vine Interactive Library

For additional information about e-Vine, please visit our company website at eVine.org.


Mission Statement:

The key mission of e-Vine® Interactive Library is to encourage visitors of all ages to experience the joy of learning and productive living by offering an array of exciting, interactive publications — at no charge to the viewer.


Our Vision:

Far from housing dusty volumes on a bookshelf, e-Vine® (Ventures-In-Net-Education) is committed to provide online visitors of every age and ethnicity with numerous opportunities to learn and grow. Included in this unique library are thousands of articles, stories, lessons, poetry, recipes, videos, puppet shows, children’s activities, and much more. Additional features provide audio enhancements to the text.

The contents of our library have a fresh appeal for children, youth, adults, and those with special needs (Challengers). But our chief purpose is to provide information that will:


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The "Point" System

To encourage members to read, e-Vine provides an appealing “point system” for learners of all ages.

For example, after reading an article or watching a video, members will complete a quiz to test their comprehension. Upon completing the quiz, a score will be visible. If the score is 70 or above, points will be awarded. The number of points earned is the same as the score (a score of 90 will earn 90 points). All points will be posted on member’s personal page and can be redeemed for a prize, an activity, or to assist a nonprofit educational organization.

Since our primary goal is to attract children and youth, a young person’s first incentive is usually for 'self-benefit.' Many popular prizes and activities that will capture their attention will be offered in our reward catalog as "Points-for-Prizes" and "Points-for-Activities."

A third form, "Points-for-Projects," will encourage e-Vine members to experience first-hand the joy of assisting nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organizations. (This form will be introduced in three to six months).


Our Staff:

The core production team is a gifted, culturally diverse group of professionals. In addition, current technologies allow writers, graphic designers, and programmers to contribute remotely from around the world.

As a result, the complete line of e-Vine© interactive material is accessible to viewers—free of charge! Only a small administrative team is compensated. Publications in the e-Vine© Interactive Library are produced by a host of authors. A link will be provided to showcase and purchase material directly from their websites.

We welcome the volunteer services of retired educators and other professionals, but especially disabled veterans with basic computer skills.

Click here to volunteer: Library Volunteer


Directors and Advisory Board

Directors:

Marcella Willhoite, Founder & President

Jerry Twentier, Vice President

Diana Jones, Treasurer

Nimmy Zachariah, Secretary & Director of Children's Section

Debbie Vaught, Marketing Director

Iris Flores, Director of Adult Section

Victor Flores, Director of Youth Section

Gayla Wingate, Director of Challengers (Special Needs) Section

Charles Measner, Infrastructure Support

Advisory Board

Finney Chacko

Irvin Clark

Phyllis Clark

Susana De la Fuente

Ralphena Dodson

Jason Forgey

Dr. R. Heard

Joshua Osime

Scott Stanwix


Contact e-Vine Library

Mailing Address:

e-Vine© Interactive Library, Inc.
13334 Wallisville Road
Houston, Texas 77049
Information: admin@evine.org
Tech Support: david@tipthink.com