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MNLINK is a statewide system that serves as a discovery and interlibrary loan interface for library patrons and staff. Through our participating libraries, patrons have easy access to the catalogs of most libraries in Minnesota. Patrons can request interlibrary loan items directly through MNLINK, and materials are delivered to their home library with Minitex delivery.

The interlibrary loan portion of this service is provided by OCLC's VDX service. This service has an end of life of June 2024, so a task force has been charged with recommending a new service.

The task force is interested in hearing from library staff  about your priorities for MNLINK. What are the most important features? How do you and your patrons use the service? What changes would make MNLINK more appealing or easier to use?  What concerns do you have?

Please join us on July 13 and share your thoughts to help in the MNLINK Transition.

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Staff contact
Gerri Moeller

Associate Director for Resource Sharing and Delivery