AskMN: The Librarian Is In! has published its FY19 Report and is now available on the Minitex website. This article features some highlights from this past year.
For the second time in five years, the Minnesota Library Association has recognized Sara Ring with an award. MLA President Kirsten Clark presented Sara the Above and Beyond Award on September 19 at the 2019 MLA Annual Conference at Mystic Lake Center.
Sarah Hanley has been awarded this year’s Minnesota Author Project prize in Adult Fiction for her novel, "Matka." The prize was announced on September 19 at the Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference at Mystic Lake Casino.
Steve South and his novel “The Queen of Steel and Fire” have been awarded the Minnesota Author Project prize in Young Adult Fiction for 2019.
Our statewide database selection process is underway! We’re looking forward to the upcoming year, and wanted to provide some information on what to expect.
Registration is now available for the 2019 Minitex Technical Services Symposium: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Technical Services!
We know you have been waiting for Minnesota Reflections Phase 16, so it is a pleasure to announce it is now open and we are ready to accept applications. We are looking for materials in, of, or about Minnesota and Minnesotans in a variety of formats, including images, text, audio, and video.
To assist in the never-ending battle to encourage students to go beyond Google and search more trustworthy and age-appropriate databases, we have developed a free ELM Chrome extension that can be easily installed on your school's Chromebooks or desktop computers.
The University of Minnesota James Ford Bell Library, a unit of the Archives and Special Collections Department, invites applicants to apply for the Assistant Curator position.
We’re hiring! Gustavus Adolphus College invites applications for a full-time Information Desk and Assets Specialist with the Library. This position is 40 hours per week, 48 weeks per year.