The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce additions to the St. Cloud State University Sinclair Lewis Collection in Minnesota Reflections. User can now explore more than 40 photographs of Lewis' life in addition to Lewis' correspondence with Marcella Powers. This addition includes photographs of the Lewis family home in Sauk Centre as well as images of Lewis as an adult traveling in the United States and Europe.
The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce a new contributing organization: Cold Spring Area Historical Society. Cold Spring Area Historical Society has shared a ledger book which served as Ashley C. Riggs' journal from 1852-1873. The earliest entries are from Cold Spring, Minnesota (Stearns County) and Watab, Minnesota (Benton County).
Despite the chilly day, there was a nice-sized group of people in attendance at the rights statements implementation training event on Friday, December 6th at the Northtown Public Library in Blaine. Participants at the event learned about the rights statements, why they are important, and how they help users by providing helpful descriptive information about the rights status of their digital items.
Curious about copyright and rights status as it applies to digital collections? Want to learn more about the standardized rights statements developed by rightsstatements.org? If you would like to learn more, we are hosting a training event about rights statements on Friday, December 6th at the Anoka County Library-Northtown in Blaine.
The Minnesota Digital Library is excited to announce a new contributor to our collection, the Polish Cultural Institute and Museum of Winona, Minnesota. The Polish Cultural Institute and Museum resides in a three-story building that was built in 1890 by the Laird-Norton Lumber Company. Their recent contribution includes a beautiful set of 118 different paper cuttings by various local artists.
On Friday, December 6th Anoka County Library - Northtown will be the site of another of our training events for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation.
We know you have been waiting for Minnesota Reflections Phase 16, so it is a pleasure to announce it is now open and we are ready to accept applications. We are looking for materials in, of, or about Minnesota and Minnesotans in a variety of formats, including images, text, audio, and video.
The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce a new Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Set, "History of Chiropractic in Minnesota." Susan J. Vossberg, the Technical Services Librarian at the Northwestern Health Sciences University, developed and wrote this set. Her Primary Source Set explores the history of Chiropractic medicine in Minnesota, including the development of the various schools and training programs in Minnesota.
We are hosting another of our training events for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation. It will be on Thursday, August 15th at the Kathryn A. Martin Library at the University of Minnesota Duluth, and it is open to the public and free of charge. Learn more and register here.
We are hosting two training events this summer for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation. The first, on Monday, July 22nd will be held at the Washburn Public Library in Minneapolis, and the second, on Thursday, August 15th, is at the Kathryn A. Martin Library at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Both are open to the public and are free of charge.
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