Resources for Parents, Students, and Educators
The mission of the Monroe County Library System is to enrich the quality of life for all residents by providing free access to informational, educational, and recreational resources.
During the challenges brought on by COVID-19, the Library is actively striving to support parents and students in search of educational resources. The following collection of reliable Library resources have been refined especially for children, middle and high school students, college students, adults preparing for certification or extended education, and educators.
These resources are available for you to access from home. Some may require your library card number or Michigan State Driver’s License to log in. If you need a card, you can download a Library Card Registration Form form and return it to your local branch.
The following list is merely the start of the extensive educational resources the Library provides. To explore all of our databases, visit our Online Resources page.
Educational Resources for Students
- Accelerated Reader Bookfinder
Looking for books to read? Check out the Library’s free downloadable content. Titles are available to download right to your mobile device using the following services. First time users may need to create an account using their library card:
Children / Elementary School
Middle and High School
All branches are now providing copy, fax, and printing services. To allow for adequate staffing and social distancing, these services are available by curbside appointment and will be touch-free. Please contact your local library branch for more information, and to schedule a convenient time.
Need help with mobile printing? Click here.
For those in need of WiFi, many of our library branches have signals that are strong enough to reach the parking lot. We ask that for social distancing and safety purposes, to please remain in your vehicles while doing so.
Need a Library Card?
Download a MCLS Library Card Registration Form and return it to your local branch.