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Minitex News articles tagged with "Conferences" (13):

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Save the date: E-Resources Minnesota (ERMN) Virtual Conference 2022

Jul 28, 2021

ERMN 2022 will be held on January 26-27, 2022.
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Save the date for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium

Jul 19, 2021

Save the date for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium on November 9, 2021! This year’s theme is Good Trouble: Activism and Ethics in Technical Services.
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ACRL 2021 Recap

May 20, 2021

I recently attended my first ACRL (Association of College & Research Libraries) conference, which was held virtually in April. The conference theme was "Ascending into an Open Future," and packed with great content over four days. Many of the presentations I attended were excellent, thought-provoking, and aspirational. I will carry the information and ideas discussed with me for a long while. Here are just a few highlights from the presentations I attended.
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Risk and Reward: WAAL Virtual Conference, April 29-30, 2021

Register for Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) 2021 Virtual Conference

Apr 13, 2021

Register for Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) 2021 Virtual Conference! 2021's conference theme is Risk and Reward, and will feature more than two dozen breakout sessions and lightning talks, among other traditional and new conference events. You won't want to miss this!
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Details for this year's Tri-College University Library Workshop

Jan 29, 2021

The Tri-College University 2021 Library Workshop will be held virtually on Tuesday, February 9, and Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. each day. The registration form and previous save-the-dates listed these dates incorrectly. The above dates are correct.
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Computers in Libraries virtual conference discounted through Minitex

Jan 29, 2021

This year's Computers in Libraries Conference is going virtual. The cost to attend is $299, but you can save $100 by participating in the Group Discount Plan through Minitex.
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PALS to host free virtual conference in April

Jan 15, 2021

The MnPALS virtual spring conference, Flexibility in Library Services: Rediscovering Our Work, will be held April 5-9, 2021. All sessions will take place between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and the conference will have two themes, "Making the Most of Alma/Primo VE" and "Moving Beyond the ILS." The conference is free to attend. The planning committee is currently accepting session proposals using an online form. The deadline to submit a proposal is January 22.
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Wrapping up the Upper Midwest Digital Collections Conference + MDL Annual Meeting

Dec 18, 2020

We had record attendance this year, with over 600 people attending the Upper Midwest Digital Collections Conference + Minnesota Digital Library Annual Meeting on November 5th and 6th. About one-third of attendees were from Minnesota and others joined from 43 states.
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Last chance to register for the fall Minitex digital collections conference

Oct 29, 2020

The last day to register is Monday, November 2, 2020. The joint Upper Midwest Digital Collections Conference and the Minnesota Digital Library Annual Meeting will be held November 5-6, 2020. The conference will be held virtually via Zoom, and is free and open to all. So far we've had attendees register from 38 states and several countries. Help us reach all 50 states!
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Plenary speakers announced for Minitex fall conference

Oct 16, 2020

We're pleased to share the plenary session speakers for the November 5-6th conference. The plenary will feature two projects: The Urban Art Mapping Research Project and The Journal of the Plague Year. Both projects address the emerging practice of building new digital collections that reflect current events.