Library of Michigan

The Library of Michigan is an essential hub for collecting and preserving valuable information on the state’s history. Strategically located in Lansing, MI, this esteemed institution provides access to a diverse range of materials to both native Michiganders as well as researchers from around the world. Furthering its commitment to education, it also supports libraries across the great state–ensuring knowledge remains prevalent and accessible.

The Library of Michigan is a one-stop destination for all your reading and research needs. As the official state library agency under the department of education as of 2009, it provides full access to its extensive collection through digital resources like Michigan eLibrary (MeL). Through MeL, you can easily browse for books, articles, or websites that are both informative and relevant – perfect for those looking to brush up on their state history.

In 2003, the Board of Trustees of the Library of Michigan appointed Oakland University’s Kresge Library dean and professor Elaine Didier as chair. With her impressive credentials in librarianship, she exemplifies excellence in scholarly research library leadership.

The Library of Michigan is an impressive 5 story building that provides residents with access to over 27 miles worth of books, magazines, and other materials totaling 3.2 million pieces. It also contains one of the 10 largest genealogical collections in the US, Plus a special ‘Michigan Collection’ full of rare legal documents dating back centuries – making it truly unique amongst its peers.

The Library of Michigan is a major hub for knowledge and information. Explore the exciting exhibits at its Historical Museum, or delve into an extensive collection encompassing Archives from all over the state. Browse through newspapers on microfilm that shed light onto countless moments throughout history – with even more resources available since 2007’s transference of The State Law Library.

Feeling like morale in the workplace is dragging? Come to The Library of Michigan on December 14th and join Alli & Kim for a fun-filled session. Through playful activities, they’ll help you recognize how essential team morale is -and provide easy techniques to keep it high. Learn how positive experiences can boost staff morale long term– without falling back into common traps that could lead to further slumps. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity with great tips from two experienced professionals.

The Library of Michigan is always looking to expand its collections and holdings with materials such as state and local government documents & publications; films, videos, and audio recordings from Michigan governments, businesses & organizations; minutes/reports/proceedings from within the great lakes state; directories covering its many localities and organizations.

Address: 702 W Kalamazoo St, Lansing, MI 48911.

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