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About ELM

What is ELM?
Who can use ELM?
How is ELM funded?
What is your online privacy policy?
How do I create links to individual ELM resources?
Where can I get a downloadable version of the ELM logo? 


What is ELM?
ELM (eLibrary Minnesota) gives Minnesota residents access to magazine, journal, newspaper and encyclopedia articles, media, including images, videos, and audio files, and other information resources.

ELM provides information on a vast array of topics, including consumer information, arts and humanities, career, occupation, and test prep, current events, health, science, social science, politics, business, and more.

Read the ELM collection statement purpose

Who can use ELM?
ELM is available to Minnesota residents of any age with any subject interest.  

How is ELM funded?
ELM is brought to you by your local library or school media center; Minitex, State Library Services, with state appropriations to the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and the Minnesota Department of Education.

What is your online privacy policy?

Read the Online Privacy Statement.

How do I create links to individual ELM resources? 

There are a couple of options for creating links to the ELM resources. Visit the How to Create Links guide in the ELM Learning Center. 

You can get a copy of the ELM logo here