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ELM in the Star Tribune

From the blog Technobabble, by Randy Salas, for the Star Tribune. 

“When I wrote about websites to help kids with their homework, I overlooked perhaps one of the best options. And, as reader Leslie Yoder points out, it’s a free resource created especially for Minnesotans.   



The simply named Electronic Library for Minnesotanewspaper articles, eBooks and other information to help anyone with research.” (ELM) offers a huge electronic cache of databases, magazine and

To read the full entry, visit: http://ww3.startribune.com/blogs/technobabble/


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