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May Reference Notes

The new online-only issue of Reference Notes is now available. (Apologies for the delay getting it up on the blog.)

In this issue we share write-ups of great sessions from the 2011 ARLD Day conference; you can use them to learn what projects, programs, and services your colleagues from across the state are working on. We report on a review of studies on the value of media specialists in schools; you can use this to support your school library. And we offer a teaser on a new tool that ties ELM content to K12 academic standards; you can use this as something to think about over the summer.

You can use these articles for all sorts of other things:

ARLD Day 2011 Recap
MCTC Libr@ry's Website: A Portal to Research Success!
MN Learning Commons: For 21st Century Learning
Seamless Library Instruction for E-Learning
QR Codes in Libraries: Beyond Signage
Launching a Mobile App
Avoiding the Dangers of Personalization
ELM Spotlight
AskMN: The Librarian Is In!
WebJunction MN Featured Courses
Digital Delights: June is Bustin' out all Over!
Federal Government Zeroes Out School Library Funding
School Library Impact Studies
Share Your Thoughts on Minnesota Libraries in 2025

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