Michigan Documents Depository Program
The Library of Michigan is directed by legislative statute to collect, distribute and preserve published state government information. Materials produced by Michigan state government agencies in any format (including electronic) are deposited in the Library of Michigan's collections as well as in a network of designated depository libraries around the state to insure Michigan citizens’ free and equal access to state government information.
See the resources here for information on how the program functions, including the type of materials collected, the role of state government agencies, and participating libraries’ location and contact information.
- FAQ for State Agencies
- FAQ for Depository Libraries
- History of the Michigan Documents Depository Program
- Michigan Documents Collection Development Guide
- Criteria for the Core List of Michigan Documents
- Depository Libraries
- Michigan Documents Checklists
- Michigan Documents Shipping lists, 2007-2015
Michigan Government Web Snapshot
A subscription service from the Internet Archive, which allows institutions to build, manage and search their own web archive.
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The Digital Public Library of America is a US project aimed at providing public access to digital holdings in order to create a large-scale public digital library.