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December Reference Notes, thanks to YOU

As we take a moment to review 2010, our prevailing feeling is thankfulness. As instructors, we're thankful for our curious and devoted colleagues across the region. As library professionals, we're thankful to work in a state where library service from all sectors is innovative and collaborative. And as newsletter-makers, we're thankful you take time out of your busy day to read Reference Notes.

From all of us in Minitex Reference Outreach & Instruction, best wishes for a happy holiday season and a joyful new year!

On to business: The December issue of Reference Notes is now available.

This month's issue unveils the new ELM logo, explores QR codes (which are "ready to hit the U.S. mainstream"), and looks ahead to 2011 with some important consumer trends to anticipate in the upcoming year.

TOC:

Trends to Watch in 2011
The First Step Is the Hardest
QR Codes to Reach Mobile Patrons
School Librarians in the News
AskMN Update
Walden University Enters 6 Millionth Question into QuestionPoint
New Look to ELM Logo!
'Tis the Season with ELM
Finding Multimedia in ELM
Scribe 3.5
Think Green, Think "Deep Web" Government Resources
Professional Development Opportunities
2011 NISO Webinars and Open Teleconferences
Minnesota Digital Library
Highlighted WebJunction Online Courses


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