February Reference Notes
The February issue of Reference Notes is now available.
This issue has articles that speak to important questions: How much value do Minnesota public libraries provide the state? Are school librarians an endangered species? What's up with publishers these days?
It also provides links to great resources: Digitized archives, an Ojibwe-English language dictionary, videos for teaching, and tools to help incorporate technology into the classroom.
And it goes into detail with coverage of interactive learning exercises and the Spotlight feature from Britannica as well as a number of letter collections in MN Reflections.
Here's the TOC:
Minnesota Public Libraries' Return on Investment
"Nothing Less Than Crucial"
National African American Parental Involvement Day
Library-Publisher Relationships on the Rocks
Ojibwe People's Dictionary Launched
FREE Video Resource
From Storage to YouTube
AskMN and History Day
Digital Delights: Letters Home
Thanks for reading!