The Michigan eLibrary (MeL), administered by the Library of Michigan, provides all Michigan residents with access to online information including full-text articles, digital images, books and materials from libraries all over Michigan at no cost.
MeL Databases allow you instant access to full-text articles from tens of thousands of magazines and newspapers. Databases are available for kids, adults, and on specialized topics such as car repair, practice tests and art images.
MeLCat allows you to order books, audio books, music, movies and other materials and have them delivered to your participating library.
MeL Michigana contains photographs, diaries, oral histories, local records and historical Michigan data.
MeL Gateways include specialized resources such as those in genealogy, health, business and areas for kids and teens.
MORE: Michigan Online Resources for Educators allows teachers and parents to find lesson plans and curriculum aids searchable by subject and aligned to state standards.
MeL resources are higlighted throughout our website and are denoted with a MeL icon, as seen below:
X-Box 360, Playstation 2 & 3, Wii, and Nintendo DS! The library has video games for them all! Whatever your console, the library can help you get your game on! Check for your next clue behind the sign that says how many video games you can check out at once.