Some databases require a valid Loutit District Library card. Others, provided through State funding, require a Michigan driver’s license or ID.
Provides the largest collection of video available online for the study of American history.
A one-stop access to general interest magazines, business periodicals, reference books, maps, historical images and newspaper articles for the general user. (Courtesy of Michigan eLibrary)
An interactive online learning platform of academic and licensing/certifcation practice tests, elementary level testing for math and reading, tutorials, and job assessments. (Courtesy of Michigan eLibrary)
Use the database to find out about Michigan authors! You can look for non-fiction, poetry, mysteries, romance, children’s books and much more. You can find authors for presentations and visits. This is a great source for students looking for Michigan authors to read and for librarians or teachers looking for Michigan authors to do events or for collection development.
An authoritative automotive repair database. Thousands of year, make and model combinations covering the most popular vehicles of the past 30 years, plus additional coverage of specialty models. (Courtesy of Michigan eLibrary)
Use sites that LDL Librarians find useful, including employment/unemployment help, foreclosure help, and tax forms.
Look for the heading "Online Genealogy Resources" to find several helpful links for researching your family history.
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