With many libraries closing their physical locations, MNLINK.org is offering a new way for Minnesota residents to directly request electronic journal articles and chapters of electronic books. Just visit MNLINK.org and click on the red “Request Electronic Resources” link to begin your request.
Changes are coming to Minitex newsletters—we are streamlining our news delivery into the Minitex News Digest. You'll receive the latest articles and up-to-date information about all Minitex News topics once a week. Time-sensitive announcements may arrive outside of the weekly digest schedule.If you have any questions, please contact Zach Miller at email@example.com.
In Minnesota, we are working remotely and there have been enormous changes to our workflow in the last several weeks. In some cases, the interlibrary loan systems we use may be able to help us streamline our new processes. Here is some information about how various systems are handling specific details in our work.
You may be wondering what is still operational. We do have staff working from home and they are able to deliver electronic resources to your library or patron.
Nicole Masika shares her cooking expertise and lays out what online resources are available for the both new and experienced working-from-home chefs.
Minitex Resource Sharing and Delivery services will be suspended as of Tuesday, March 17. All Minitex delivery routes will be cancelled through Friday, March 27. Minitex and the University of Minnesota Libraries agreed to this decision in consultation with the Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota Office of Higher Education.
Have you considered reviewing your ILL policies for the new year? Many MNLINK users reach out to our helpdesk with questions about the limit of active requests allowed. MNLINK library groups determine the limit of active requests allowed for each of their users.