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November Reference Notes

The November issue of Reference Notes is now available.

In this issue, you'll find highlights from a number of recent professional gatherings, including a raft of write-ups on MLA's annual conference and Library Journal's "Digital Shift" online ebook summit. You'll also find a crowd-sourced neighborhood history tool. And you'll find fodder to smack down your Uncle Frank's yearly "kids these days" rant, too. Now wouldn't that be invaluable?

Also invaluable:

  • Turns Out Young People Read

  • Visit to Sanford Middle School

  • MLA 2012 Annual Conference

  • Regional Conferences Summary

  • AskMN FY12 Report

  • ELM for History Day

  • Historypin

  • Geek the Library Campaign Growing

  • The Digital Shift

  • How Media Specialists Support Teaching and Improve Learning

  • WebJunction MN Webinars

  • Minitex/MnLINK Conference November 15th

Thanks for reading!

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