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September Reference Notes

The September issue of Reference Notes is now available.

In this issue, you'll hear news from Minitex: News that may make you sad, news that may make you feel like celebrating with us, and news that may inspire you to chat. You'll find news from Minnesota librarians, too: a guest article on the library as more than books, a note of congratulations on good work done, and a pointer to a great study on college students' leisure reading habits. You'll also find an article on an interesting new tool from Google that applies massive scale data analysis to human cultural studies. Plus some fun tools for aggregating and sharing information in This 'n That from the Web.

Get it all:

Bill DeJohn Retires

Minitex Celebrates 40 Years

AskMN FY11 Report

MN Library Certification Takes Off Again!

Library So Much More than Books


Reading for Pleasure at Gustavus Adolphus

Congratulations to Peter Bremer

ELM Spotlight

This 'n That from the Web

A Revolutionary Source for History Day

MN Digital Library

Presentations from ALA Annual 2011

Upcoming WebJunction Webinars Open to All

Minitex Fall Trials for Electronic Resources

The Toughest Reference Question Ever?

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