Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is an online library that gives everyone in Tennessee access to magazine, journal, and newspaper articles, essays, practice tests, e-books, primary source materials and more.
TEL is available of charge, 24/7 from any computer with access to the internet. Don't have a computer at home? Visit Linden or Lobelville libraries and use their computers!
TEL offers a wonderful array of services. For instance, did you know you can get HOMEWORK HELP through TEL? Many of us can take advantage of the following educational resources:
- Articles, images & primary resources
- Language Learning
- Literature Resource Center
- World Book Encyclopedia
Here's how to find the ONLINE CLASSES:
- go to www.tntel.tnsos.org
- click on the "Test Prep" link near the middle of the page
- click on "Learning Express Library"
- start building your skill and knowledge!
Need help with RESEARCH? TEL offers assistance with magazine and journal articles, as well as The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville.
Looking to move on up in the world? Or open up your own business? TEL can help with the following CAREER TOOLS:
- Job search & interview tools
- Resume writing
- Sample business plans
GENEALOGY is always important. TEL can offer assistance with:
- Freedman records
Even the kids have their very own KIDS PAGE in TEL. Go to www.tel4u.org
If you need access to the internet and/or computers, visit the library in Linden or the library in Lobelville.
TEL 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, and is administered by the Tennessee State Library and Archives, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State, Secretary Tre Hargett.