What is Kanopy?
Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides instant access to thousands of critically acclaimed movies, documentaries and kid favorites.
How can I watch Kanopy?
You can stream Kanopy on any of your favorite devices! Kanopy is accessible via mobile and tablet apps for iPhone and Android. You can also access Kanopy on your Desktop, and SmartTV apps like Roku, Apple TV, and Fire Stick.
How to create an account
• To get started, visit kanopy.com and select the “Get Started” button
• Enter your library card credentials
• Create an account using your preferred email
• Log into the app and begin streaming!


“Libby”, App for Smart Devices to download Audiobooks, eBooks, and Magazines

Use the Libby app for downloading ebooks, audiobooks and magazines to your computer or smart devices for free from Munising and the Great Lakes Digital Library. Libby is a free app available from the App Store and Google Play and you can get started in 4 easy steps:

  • Download the Libby App
  • Find Munising School Public Library – a member of the Great Lakes Digital Library
  • Enter your library card
  • Borrow a title and start reading!

Additional partner libraries are also available for your use for even more titles, just go to “Your Library” in the Libby App and select “Add a Library”.

  • Midwest Collaborative for Library Services
  • Suburban Library Cooperative
  • Lakeland Library Cooperative
  • Download Destination (NEW)

Researching U.P. history just became a whole lot easier.

Many digital collections documenting the history of the Upper Peninsula are now accessible and searchable on the Upper Peninsula Digital Network (UPLINK) website! Collections that are already online or that will be online in the next few weeks include newspapers such as the Marquette Mining Journal and the Grand Marais Gazette, business records such as the Copper Range Company collection, lighthouse records from Ontonagon, and oral history collections such as the Italian American Oral History collection and the Marquette Women’s Center oral history collection. In the coming months, many of these collections will also become available on the Library of Michigan’s Michigan Memories site and DPLA (Digital Public Library of America).

UPLINK began in 2021 with a two-year implementation grant from the NHPRC (National Historical Publications and Records Commission). It is a consortium of heritage organizations (archives, libraries, museums, and historical societies) intended to pool resources and skills to make digitization and digital preservation affordable for small organizations. Any heritage organization in the Upper Peninsula can join. There is a small annual membership fee that covers digital preservation and upkeep costs. Organizations can digitize their own collections to add to the network, or UPLINK staff can digitize and describe collections for member heritage organizations for a small fee. If you have any questions about UPLINK, please contact us at uplink@nmu.edu!


If you registered for a library card online during COVID, your number will be good for 30 days. After 30 days, you will need to come into the library to make your card permanent. Don’t miss out! All our digital services and much more are waiting for you! Get downloading now with Munising School Public Library.


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