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Mar 24, 2021
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by Molly Huber
The Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) is accepting Phase 17 applications for inclusion in the digital collection through Friday, May 21, 2021, or when the money is fully allocated. Content related to underrepresented Minnesota history is our highest priority, but we accept other content as well, including 3D items.
Mar 5, 2021
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by Sara Ring
For our 50th Anniversary, in addition to celebrating together, one of our goals is to make sure we also document our organizational history. To that end, we have enhanced our existing Minitex digital collection in the Minnesota Digital Library with photographs to help illustrate the programs, services, and stories mentioned in the oral history project recordings.
Mar 2, 2021
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by Stephanie Hess
The Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) has published four new Primary Source Sets on our website. These sets focus on the lumber industry in Minnesota, Minnesota's three major railroads, Sinclair Lewis's experiences living and working in Duluth, and the rise and fall of Twin Cities streetcars.
Jan 29, 2021
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by Sara Ring
Greta Bahnemann (Minitex) and Jason Roy (University of Minnesota Libraries) are two of the authors of the new OCLC Research report on the CONTENTdm Linked Data Pilot project’s findings. The report outlines “the benefits of working in a linked data environment, the potential to develop a shared data model, and the challenges facing efforts to transform metadata into linked data.”
Jan 26, 2021
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by Molly Huber
As of January 26th, the Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) is retiring the name "Minnesota Reflections" to describe the digital collection. All things MDL, including the collection, will be available through mndigital.org.
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