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Minitex News articles tagged with "Electronic Resources" (95):

Introducing Greg Argo, Open Education & Affordable Content Librarian

Greetings! I’m the new Open Education and Affordable Content (OEAC) Librarian on the Cooperative Purchasing and Electronic Resources Services (CPERS) team. As the OEAC Librarian, I’m excited to draw on my experiences working together with people and technology to see how Minitex can best serve the purpose of helping libraries increase adoption of open education strategies across the state.

ERMN Community Update

ERMN Attendees (and anyone interested in E-Resources in libraries): the community is alive and well! Join the new ERMN Google Group/Discussion list and attend our get together next week at the Minitex Connect Conference.

MNLINK offers streamlined access to electronic resources

With many libraries closing their physical locations, is offering a new way for Minnesota residents to directly request electronic journal articles and chapters of electronic books. Just visit and click on the red “Request Electronic Resources” link to begin your request. 

Home cooking while you #StayHome

Nicole Masika shares her cooking expertise and lays out what online resources are available for the both new and experienced working-from-home chefs. 

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

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.

2019 ERMN Conference Keynote: Cody Hanson

We are excited to announce that Cody Hanson will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 Electronic Resources Minnesota Conference on October 4, 2019.

Registration open for 2019 Electronic Resources (ERMN) Conference

Electronic Resources Minnesota (ERMN) is a regional conference that will provide opportunities for those who acquire and manage e-resources to network, share best practices, participate in hands-on workshops, and learn from fellow e-resources staff.

Project MUSE moving to HTTPS on August 26

from Project MUSE:

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.