When using these databases from outside the library you'll be prompted to confirm your aadl.org username and password, even if you're already logged in. If you don't have a username and password on the site, please register for an account first. Your account should be associated with a valid library card to use the databases. If you don't have a library card, you can use Michigan eLibrary Databases with just your Michigan driver's license. Need a Library Card?
Find articles from many peer-reviewed journals in science, social science, and the arts for in-depth, scholarly research. Transcripts and audio from National Public Radio (NPR) programs and full text of the New York Times are also available.
Articles from magazines, newspapers, and reference books. Covers geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, states (click on Geography), history, sports, and more. Enter keywords or click on pictured subject category. For Grades K-6.
Need a repair manual that's checked out of the library? We know your car troubles can't wait for a book to be returned. That's why we subscribe to the Chilton Library Auto Repair database. Find the complete Chilton auto repair manuals going back to 1945 including step-by-step repair instructions, maintenance schedules, and diagrams.
Find out about all of the library's fun stuff for kids with AADL's parent page! JUMP is your stop to find recommended stuff for kids and learn about upcoming library events. Parents can also get information to plan their visit to the library an even find out about resources to help kids with their homework. It's all at jump.aadl.org!