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April Reference Notes, Now Exclusively Online!

(apologies - neglected to post this to the blog last week)

The new issue of Reference Notes is now available and it marks a new turn in our newsletter's history. From here on out, Ref Notes will only be available online. We're pretty sure the Internet's here to stay.

Please help us spread the word about this change by forwarding this month's issue to those in your organization or network who may typically only see it in print. Folks can sign up to receive it directly via the mtx-ref listserv and can also get it by following this blog.

In this month's issue, we demystify patent research, turn a discerning eye to cloud computing, and consider the concept of "good enough" in student research. We also recap the ACRL conference in Philly and highlight how ELM can help ESL students (which we presented at an ESL conference in Minneapolis). Plus, we share a great note from a reader on library activities and Women's History Month!

TOC:

Patent Research: The Basics
Trust in the Cloud
Beyond Good Enough
National Poetry Month 2011!
A Poem for Poetry Month
ACRL 2011
ESL, Bilingual & Migrant Education Conference
OCLC's Global Library Statistics
ELM Spotlight
WebJunction Featured Courses
AskMN and Text a Librarian Mobile Option
What Will Your Library Be Like in 2025?
Women's History Month at MCTC


Thanks, as always, for reading. And thanks especially this time for helping us make the transition to online only.

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