March 2012 Archives

March 26, 2012

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News From Around the Libraries
- Department of Veterinary Medicine Student Pilot
- Health Sciences Libraries to Participate in MedPrint Program
- Volunteers Needed for Poster Selection

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- Kudos to Jim Beattie
- Layne Johnson at the Understanding E-Science Symposium
- Outstanding UMN Presence at the Library Technology Conference 2012

Upcoming Events
- Academic and Research Libraries Division (ARLD) Day 2012 Registration is Now Open!
- Date Change: Libraries Assembly

Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Get Ready for Performance Reviews!  Three Additional Sessions

Exhibits at the Libraries
- 365/365: Photographs By Matthew Traucht
- Bibliophilia: Collecting Black Books
- Forty Years of Chicano Studies at the University of Minnesota
- Government Printing Office: Over 150 Years of Publishing and Distributing Government Information
- Wild Green things: The Art of Ophelia Todd Dowden

March 19, 2012

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News From Around the Libraries
- HathiTrust February Report
- Notice of Grant Opportunity

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- Cheryl Hulting Leaving
- Der Yang Departing

Upcoming Events
- Libraries Civil Service Committee Meeting
- Opening Reception: Forty Years of Chicano Studies at the University of Minnesota
- Science Librarian Candidate Presentations
- Town Hall Forum: Technical Services/Enterprise Technology Design Report Draft Released

Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Get Ready for Performance Reviews!
- It Takes Librarians and Faculty: Using Project Information Literacy to Improve Student Research Skill Webinar

Exhibits at the Libraries
- 365/365: Photographs By Matthew Traucht
- Bibliophilia: Collecting Black Books
- Forty Years of Chicano Studies at the University of Minnesota
- Government Printing Office: Over 150 Years of Publishing and Distributing Government Information
- Wild Green things: The Art of Ophelia Todd Dowden

March 12, 2012

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News From Around the Libraries
- Libraries Shipping
- Libraries Signage
- Tech Services Ten Cents: February 2012

Upcoming Events
- Curator, Children's Literature Research Collections Candidate Presentation
- Join the Communications Corps for Communications Planning 101

Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- ARC in Query Studio
- Get Ready for Performance Reviews!
- It Take Librarians and Faculty: Using Project Information Literacy to Improve Student Research Skill Webinar
- Project and Group Management (PGM) Forum
- Strengths at Lunch

Tips, Tricks, and Tools
- Life Could Be Easier - If You Know About Our E-Books

Exhibits at the Libraries
- 365/365: Photographs By Matthew Traucht
- Bibliophilia: Collecting Black Books
- Government Printing Office: Over 150 Years of Publishing and Distributing Government Information
- Wild Green Things: The Art of Anne Ophelia Todd Dowden

March 5, 2012

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News From Around the Libraries
- Alma Update
- Last Call for Nominations - Friends of the Libraries Outstanding Library Student Employee and Staff Development Grants
- Libraries' Videoconferencing Final Report Released
- Self Service Check Workstation Decommissioned
- University Libraries Labor Management Committee (ULLMC) Meeting Notes

Staff Tidings and Kudos
- East Asian Studies Librarian Selected
- Kudos From President Kaler

Upcoming Events
- Curator, Children's Literature Research Collections Candidate Presentations
- Libraries Assembly
- Science Librarian Candidate Presentations
- Technical Services/Enterprise Technology Re-Design Town Hall Meeting 2

Workshops, Training Sessions, Brown Bags, etc.
- Ergonomics
- Get Ready for Performance Reviews!

Exhibits at the Libraries
- 365/365: Photographs By Matthew Traucht
- Bibliophelia: Collecting Black Books
- Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible
- Siberian Estonians
- Wild Green Things: The Art of Anne Ophelia Todd Dowden

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