July 2011 Archives

July 25, 2011

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News from Around the Libraries
- Libraries Civil Service Balloting
- Northwest Architectural Archives and Antiques Roadshow
- University Libraries Labor Management Committee (ULLMC) Meeting Notes
- Upcoming Candidate Interview and Presentation: Science Librarian
 
Upcoming Events
- Libraries Civil Service Committee To Meet
 
Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- I Won an iPad!  What Did I Do with It?
- Moodle and the Libraries Working Meeting
- Updating My Staff Profile Workshop
- Staff Education and Development
- Minitex
 
Exhibits at the Libraries
- Resonance: 21st Century Art Students and the Commerce of the Ancient Mediterranean
- Take Two Lyllie Rootes and Call Me in the Morning: Botanicals and Medical Receipt Books in 17th Century Domestic Medical Care
 

July 18, 2011

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News from Around the Libraries
- Demand Driven Acquisitions E-Book Initiative
- New E-Resources
- University Libraries Participating in OCLC Pilot
- Update on St. Paul Branches Consolidation
- Upgrade to MNCAT Coming Soon
 
Staff Tidings and Kudos
- Kate Peterson Accepted to 2011 Assessment Immersion
- Mary Huismann Published
 
Upcoming Events

- Andersen Library Research Forum
- University Digital Conservancy Update and Listening Sessions
 
Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Moodle and the Libraries Working Meeting
- Staff Education and Development
- Minitex
 
Exhibits at the Libraries

- Resonance: 21st Century Art Students and the Commerce of the Ancient Mediterranean
- Take Two Lyllie Rootes and Call Me in the Morning: Botanicals and Medical Receipt Books in 17th Century Domestic Medical Care
 

July 11, 2011

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News from Around the Libraries
- Circulation/Reference Services Point Exploration Group Report Available
- Libraries Assembly on July 13, 2011
- Libraries Security Committee June 2011 Meeting Notes Available
- New E-Resources
- RefWorks 2.0 and RefShare Now Available
- Tech Services Ten Cents: June 2011

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- Congratulations to Warren Mason
- Greta Bahnemann Hired as Minnesota Digital Library Metadata Coordinator
- Mary Parker Serving as Chair Elect of ALA CODES
 
Upcoming Events

- Kerlan Event

Tips, Tricks, and Tools

- Life Could Be Easier: On the Go
 
Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.

- Brown Bag Discussion: The 2011 Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Center for Library Initiatives (CLI) Conference
- Staff Education and Development
- Minitex
 
Exhibits at the Libraries

- Resonance: 21st Century Art Students and the Commerce of the Ancient Mediterranean
- Take Two Lyllie Rootes and Call Me in the Morning: Botanicals and Medical Receipt Books in 17th Century Domestic Medical Care

July 6, 2011

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What's News in the Monday Memo EXTRA

News from Around the Libraries
- CIC Shared Storage Project

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- John Cao Joins Computer Support
- Staffing Changes for the Organization Development Division
 
Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Save the Date: iPad Panel Discussion

July 5, 2011

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News from Around the Libraries
- Libraries IT News - May-June 2001 Update
- Technical Staff Relocations
- Minitex Policy Advisory Council Meeting Minutes Available
- New E-Resources

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- Congratulations on Promotions and Continuous Appointment
-Greta Bahneman hired as New Minnesota Digital Library Metadata Coordinator
 
Upcoming Events
- July 13, 2011 Libraries Assembly
- Retirement Celebration for Peggy Johnson

Tips & Tricks
- Google Tips & Tricks:  Nested Labels!

Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Staff Education and Development
- Minitex
 
Exhibits at the Libraries
- Resonance: 21st Century Art Students and the Commerce of the Ancient Mediterranean
- Take Two Lyllie Rootes and Call Me in the Morning: Botanicals and Medical Receipt Books in 17th Century Domestic Medical Care

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