Work continues to review proposed resources and select a new collection of statewide databases, albeit in a newly online environment.
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As schools and colleges and libraries transition to online operations, the need for e-resources grows, as well as information specifically relating to COVID-19.
As library services are impacted by COVID-19 and we begin to navigate working from home, it is important that patrons are able to connect with the services offered to them. One way to allow for this, is by adding a chat service for your library patrons.
Ebooks Minnesota, offering over 10,000 ebooks at no cost to Minnesota residents, is more valuable now than ever. With most libraries closed we can't access books in their traditional format, but, we can access them online. Whether you're working with very young readers, teens, or adults, there is something for everyone in this collection.
Do you or the teachers, parents, students, or patrons with whom you are working need help or practice using eLibrary MN databases? You can explore and share the instructional materials in the ELM Learning Center. They are available to everyone in Minnesota, no login required.
As we all know, schools all over Minnesota are closed, or will be closing soon. This means that all learning will now be done online via Google Classroom or some other classroom management tool. The ELM databases allow for seamless integration with Google Classroom.
If you, your students, or children, need to stay home during this rapidly evolving health-related situation, please remember that AskMN and eLibrary MN are available 24/7 from anywhere in Minnesota.