MeL, or the Michigan eLibrary, has just updated its LearningExpress Library for all ages. The new website features a brand new interface, additional options for users, and more intuitive organization.
What is the LearningExpress Library? It's a database offered by MeL to help students of all ages test themselves in various categories, including:
- Adults (also available in Spanish): Reading and math skills, becoming a U.S. citizen
- High School: GED, TASC, HiSET, basic skills
- College: ACT, SAT, AP, TOEFL
- Elementary/Middle: content in core subjects
Who can use this service?
Anyone who is a permanent resident of the state of Michigan!
- AADL Library Card holders: Log in to your AADL online account
- AADL visitors: Log in to LearningExpress while visiting any AADL branch
- Other option: Use your Michigan Driver's License or State I.D. to log into mel.org
Where can I go to start using LearningExpress Library?
You can access the LearningExpress Library in two ways:
- Go to aadl.org and click on the Research tab. Click Test Prep.
- Go to mel.org and click on Mel Databases. Scroll down to LearningExpress Library.
Note: Once you select a test to take, you will have to register (it's free!) with a username and password.
I was using version 2.0. What does this change mean for me?
You will have until June 30, 2014 to access your old testing sessions and results in version 2.0. Version 3.0 requires a new username and password.