The Regional Educational Media Center Association of Michigan (REMCAM) is an organization committed to providing media and technology resources to Michigan's students and teachers.
REMCs were created by the Michigan State Legislature in 1970 to serve the elementary and secondary schools in Michigan, and enhance educational opportunities for Michigan’s children.
What we do
The REMC Association of Michigan believes that it must provide proactive leadership to the Michigan educational community by participating with other organizations in building a vision that supports quality teaching and learning and provides equity to Michigan's Pre K-12 students.
Why might schools use REMC 8 Services?
Instructional staff of area public schools can access our teacher resource room, which includes a HUGE collection of Ellison Dies, laminating, and other instructional materials.
Public School Districts can use the REMC SAVE statewide cooperative purchasing catalog to ensure that more money stays in the classroom.
Discounted Pricing on Discovery Education Streaming Subscriptions
Public school staff can check out and use the REMC Makerspace Kits
MI Streamnet - online video system that includes quizzing features
Access to the MiTech Kids Curriculum
Access to the 21 Things for 4 Students Curriculum
Access to the Media Literacy Toolkit
Digital Citizenship Toolkit
Professional Learning Offerings
Technology Integration Consultant Services
For more information on Statewide programs, visit the REMC Association website.
Location and Hours:
We are closed daily from 11:30 to 12:30
- Monday - 7:30 AM – 3:45 PM
- Tuesday - 7:30 AM- 3:45 PM
- Wednesday - 7:30 AM – 3:45 PM
- Thursday – 7:30 AM – 3:45 PM
- Friday – 7:30 AM – 3:45 PM
Ellison die-cut room usage is by appointment.
Reserve your time slot by calling 616.365.2232