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by Katie Huynh
I became more curious about using artificial intelligence (AI) after attending the discussion session “The Future is Here: Navigating the tech landscape” at Minitex Connect. I also usually have a hard time deciding what to read during the summer. So I asked AI for some recommendations. Read more to find out what they are.
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by Zach Miller
Minitex's MNLINK interlibrary loan service will go live on its new platform on April 30. The service is getting a brand update at the same time, and that means retiring old logos and promotional materials.
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by Nick Banitt
The MNLINK users group meeting was held October 26. The group received an update on ReShare implementation progress to replace VDX interlibrary loan service, and discussed the topic of who should be involved with this group.
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by Katie Huynh
Looking for something a little scary to read other than Frankenstein or Dracula? Check out these spooky titles from the Wilson Library collection at the University of Minnesota.
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by Nick Banitt
The MNLINK users group meeting was held August 10. The group discussed the replacement service for VDX as well as the timeline for implementation.
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by Zach Miller
Minitex is excited to announce that we have selected ReShare, hosted by Index Data, to replace the VDX system that supports MNLINK. MNLINK’s new platform is scheduled to go live by early summer, 2024. We extend our thanks to the members of the MNLINK Transition Task Force, whose work made this decision possible.
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by Gerri Moeller
All vendor demos in response to MNLINK Transition Task Force's request for procurement have been held, and usability and accessibility evaluations are ongoing. Minitex runs MNLINK, Minnesota's statewide interlibrary loan portal. The software that makes MNLINK possible, VDX, will be retired by OCLC in June 2024.
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by Gerri Moeller
The MNLINK Transition Task Force has published a Request for Procurement (RFP) for new software to run MNLINK. VDX, the software that has made MNLINK possible since 2004, will be retired by OCLC in June 2024.
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