With the retirement of Valerie Horton, John Butler has been appointed Interim Director of Minitex effective July 9. John is currently Associate University Librarian for Data & Technology in the University of Minnesota Libraries and has longstanding knowledge and engagement with Minitex programs and services.
PALS invites you to share in our 40 years of success as we celebrate the past and look forward to the future!
Hamline University is hiring an Acquisition/Interlibrary Loan Coordinator (A/ILLC). The A/ILLC is responsible for all aspects of purchasing, acquiring, and processing materials for the library’s physical and digital collections. This position also maintains day-to-day responsibility for interlibrary loan (ILL) operations. In addition, this position provides general office management and student employee supervision.
Jump!, founded in 2012 in Minneapolis, is dedicated to improving literacy by publishing materials that inspire curiosity and lifelong learning. Jump! strives for diversity and inclusion by representing people of all ages, ethnicities, and abilities.
We are pleased to announce that Amber Billey will be the keynote speaker at the Minitex Technical Services Symposium: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Technical Services on November 14, 2019.
The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce a new Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Set, "History of Chiropractic in Minnesota." Susan J. Vossberg, the Technical Services Librarian at the Northwestern Health Sciences University, developed and wrote this set. Her Primary Source Set explores the history of Chiropractic medicine in Minnesota, including the development of the various schools and training programs in Minnesota.
All upcoming NISO events will be held in the Minitex River Room, Room 60 Wilson Library. These offer an opportunity to enjoy some light refreshments and the chance to chat with colleagues.