The Minnesota State Fair is a bit like a library: there's so much to choose from that it's hard to know where to start. Explore the 10 items on this list and you'll have a well-rounded day at the fair.
We are excited to share the news that we have a go-live date of Monday, September 19, 2016 for the new MNLINK patron interface.
The MNLINK user interface will be changing soon, with WorldCat Discovery powering your searches. People have questions with any change. Please let me know if you have questions.
When we go live with the new MNLINK Discovery for library patrons the URL used for accessing the program will change to https://mnlink.org.
There are a couple of training sessions open for the new MNLINK Discovery service. These sessions will highlight many of the changes which will be available on Monday, September 19.
CEO Ben Mondloch discusses publishing at Cherry Lake Publishing and Sleeping Bear Press.
Vice President of Sales Anna Erickson discusses publishing at The Creative Company, one of the Ebooks Minnesota publishing partners.
Group Publisher Erik Gilg discusses publishing at Quarto, one of the Ebooks Minnesota publishing partners.
Publicity Manager Lindsay Matvick discusses publishing at Lerner, one of the Ebooks Minnesota publishing partners.
New Minnesota Reflections contributor Wyoming Historical Society have added a series of early school blueprints that document the planning and construction of an early school in the Wyoming, Minnesota area.
Historic postcards from the Ely-Winton Historical Society have been added to Minnesota Reflections. These postcards capture historic events and people in and around Ely and Winton in far northern St. Louis County. The addition of these materials from Minnesota's Arrowhead country helps fill a gap in Minnesota Reflections.
22 new Hmong language materials have recently been added to the Hmong Cultural Center's collection in Minnesota Reflections. These materials reflect the first of its kind in Minnesota Reflections, and we are excited to introduce a new language to Minnesota Reflections!
Minitex will coordinate a group registration to Internet Librarian 2016 so that each attendee pays $379 (rather than $499) for the three-day event. The discounted rate of $109 for the Internet @ Schools Track (regularly $199) is also available.