Access to affordable high-speed broadband, devices, and digital literacy training are essential to Native nation rebuilding. Tribal libraries—with public computers, free Internet access, and patient staff—are well positioned to foster digital inclusion.
The Minnesota Digital Library has launched a faster, mobile-friendly website for it's primary project, Minnesota Reflections. The new site was announced at the MDL Annual Meeting in St. Paul. Minnesota on May 31. Reflections is a database of 53,967 digitized original materials shared by 190 cultural heritage organizations located across Minnesota.
PALS, the central service agency for a large consortium of libraries in Minnesota, is seeking an innovative and experienced leader to serve as its Executive Director. Applications are due by July 5, 2017.
South Dakota State University’s Hilton M. Briggs Library welcomes applications for the position of First-Year Experience Librarian.
The contract for the current collection of Electronic Library for Minnesota (ELM) databases began on July 1, 2014. It is a three-year contract, with the option to renew for two one-year terms.
On Monday, March 20, 2017 there were 668 requests waiting to be printed, retrieved, and processed at campus locations. Read more about how Resource Sharing staff get their work done.
Alexis Logsdon (Macalester College), Amy Mars (St. Catherine University), and Heather Tompkins (St. Catherine University) have published an article in College & Undergraduate Libraries. Macalester College's DeWitt Wallace Library generously provided the funding to make the article available via open access.