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Minitex News articles tagged with "e-resources" (12):

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Registration is open for ERMN Conference 2022

Dec 2, 2021

Registration for ERMN Conference 2022 is now open. We hope you will join us for the conference on January 26 - 27, 2022. Also, consider registering for the optional pre-conference workshop on the afternoon of Tuesday, January 25 (“Library Carpentry: Tidy data for librarians” led by Stacie Traill and Wanda Marsolek).

Reminder: ERMN 2022 call for proposals due October 4, 2021

Sep 27, 2021

The ERMN Conference planning committee is seeking proposals for presentations and panel discussions on e-resource related topics. Submissions are due by October 4, 2021.

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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University of Minnesota Libraries seeks Library Assistant 3

Jul 2, 2021

The University of Minnesota Libraries is hiring a Library Assistant 3 to join the Collection Strategy & eResource Management Department.

Britannica trials available

Apr 2, 2021

Britannica is offering free trials to libraries in the Minitex region in April 2021. Please contact Anne Hatinen at for more details.

Temporarily open COVID-19 and general content e-resources available

Mar 30, 2020

As schools and colleges and libraries transition to online operations, the need for e-resources grows, as well as information specifically relating to COVID-19.

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New journals confirmed to join Project MUSE in 2020

Oct 8, 2019

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Project MUSE is pleased to announce that the following journals have been confirmed to join our collection in 2020:


Check it off the list: Register today for the inaugural ERMN Conference

Sep 27, 2019

REGISTER NOW. The deadline is next Monday, September 30.


7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 4 


Project MUSE moving to HTTPS on August 26

Aug 19, 2019

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On Monday, August 26, 2019, Project MUSE will move to supporting connections only via secure HTTPS. Users should see no changes in functionality or the user experience.