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Learn more about our recurring conferences.

Minitex Connect
Minitex Connect offers opportunities to learn about the innovative ways Minitex and libraries across Minnesota and the region are improving their services to offer them to anybody, anywhere.

Electronic Resources Minnesota (ERMN) Conference
ERMN is a regional conference that provides opportunities for those who acquire and manage e-resources to network, share best practices, participate in workshops, and learn from fellow e-resources staff.

Minitex Technical Services Symposium
The Minitex Technical Services Symposium is a conference that focuses on what technical services practitioners face in the near and middle future. Past topics have included Linked Data; diversity, equity, and inclusion in technical services; activism and ethics; and local practices happening right now in a library near you. The conference takes place every odd year.

MN+ Digital Collections Conference
The MN+ Digital Collections Conference (MN+DCC) provides opportunities for digital collections creators and curators in the region and beyond to network, share best practices, participate in hands-on workshops, and learn from leaders in digital cultural heritage. It takes place every two years and is held jointly with the Minnesota Digital Library Annual Meeting.

Minnesota Digital Library Annual & Regional Meetings
The Minnesota Digital Library annual and regional meetings are one-day conferences at which MDL participants, partners, and interested professionals gather to learn about the MDL, what the collaborative is currently doing, and to attend sessions on a variety of topics such as best practices (scanning, preservation, metadata), teaching approaches, sharing MDL projects, technical skills, and more.

North American Virtual Reference Online Conference (NAVROC)
The North American Virtual Reference Online Conference (NAVROC) is designed to give a wide perspective of online library services in the time of crisis and highlight the unique ways libraries are meeting community needs.