Tuesday, July 24, 2018

New Look for Tennessee Electronic Library but same great, free resources!

By Andrea Zielke

The Tennessee State Library and Archives is excited to announce that the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) has a brand-new website -- complete with a fresh look and feel, clear navigation and a new logo. Don’t worry, though; TEL still has the same great, free resources available for all Tennesseans.

The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is a virtual library that you can access from your home computer, school computer lab or smartphone. With this new website, we hope to make it even easier to find quality resources not available in a regular web search. Now it should be even easier to navigate to homework help, consumer health information, business resources, academic and civil service test preparation help and genealogy and family history sources and more!

Some of the highlights of the new website include:

  • New design and logo 
  • Supportive information and guides for all resources 
  • Mobile responsive 
  • Easier navigation 
  • Improved web accessibility

TEL can be found at tntel.info. As you dive into all the TEL resources, if you have any feedback on the website, we would love to hear from you! Please provide your comments and suggestions through the Feedback link.

The Tennessee Electronic Library is made possible through funding provided by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. TEL is administered by the Tennessee State Library and Archives, a division of the Tennessee Secretary of State’s office.

The Tennessee State Library and Archives is a division of the Office of Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett

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