If you’re not already familiar with Project Information Literacy (PIL), in short, it's a “large-scale, national study about early adults an
With all the data breaches, high profile hackers, and ominously long terms of service agreements out there, sometimes it can feel like online privacy is a fleeting thing.
We are pleased to announce that new resources will be added to LearningExpress Library™ in the first quarter of 2016. Here are the highlights:
We have plenty of 2016 calendars available that feature images from Minnesota Reflections, the Minnesota Digital Library's premier project. If you would like to give them out at your local library, please don't hesitate to order 50, 100, or more to give away. Place your free order online here.
Minitex and the University of Minnesota Libraries Regional Depository Library presents the webinar series, Remember the Ladies. This series will focus on women and U.S.
The future is a visual place. The media is dominated by image-based sharing. Carefully designed ads and brands are constantly bombarding us.
Whether you have young readers who would love to read about the "Notorious RBG," the subversive Princess Harriet Hamsterbone, or the first African American woman in space, Mae Jemison, the Amelia B
For every pointless, unhelpful reflection on the future of libraries, there are numerous thoughtful pieces that may help us figure out the future, one bit at a time.
A consulting firm in the user experience (UX) realm, the Nielsen Norman Group, created a fun UX quiz based on articles they published last year.
University of Minnesota Libraries received a nearly $225,000 grant from the Council of Library and Information Resources recently to digitize materials in their African American collections.