Upon hearing Mary’s announcement for early retirement, our thoughts and feelings were understandably mixed.
A recent Pew Research report shows that the majority of adult library users say the label “lifelong learner” applies very well to them.
The Ithaka S+R U.S. Faculty Survey is conducted every three years and asks higher education faculty to reflect on libraries in the context of their research and instruction.
If you haven't already done so, the Community of Online Research Assignments (CORA), is worth exploring and bookmarking especially if you do any teaching.
The report highlights many inequities, historic and current, that are prevalent in our educational systems and why
Liz Lynch, Director of the Lake Agassiz Regional Library, and her staff, have found that offering the Ebooks Minnesota collection to patrons outside the library boundaries is a great alternative.
The snow may still be flying on this early April day but before you know it planting time will be here. Ebooks MN offers an assortment of gardening books.
Beginning in April, Gale will provide improved access to stored documents to better align InfoTrac product tools with student workflows.
Saint Paul College is giving adult learners a chance at a tuition-free education with the launch of their new program M
Looking for free, downloadable, copyright-free, vintage images for your presentations, promotional work, or personal interest?
Duluth Public Library posted a fascinating and well written post on World War II German pr
The presenter from the University of Northern Iowa will share how gamification was introduced into their information literacy credit course to foster active learning. The presenter will demonstrat
If you are interested or were unable to attend, the May 11th, Guest Webinar, What Career and College Readiness Means for All Students, presented by Angie Johnson of MDE, is available for v
Upcoming discussion forum presented by the ACRL Instruction Section’s Management & Leadership Committee:
In the four years since the Library of Congress launched the BIBFRAME project, a tremendous amount of progress has been made in transforming traditional bibliographic information into new structure