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Minitex News articles tagged with "Minnesota Digital Library" (112):

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Emergence 2022, the theme for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting, with a green, purple, and pink outline of a butterfly for the logo.

Registration is closing soon for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting

Oct 3, 2022

Registration closes October 12th for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting. This hybrid event will be held Monday, October 17th (in-person) and Tuesday, October 18th (virtual).
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Emergence 2022, the theme for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting, with a green, purple, and pink outline of a butterfly for the logo.

Registration is open for the 2022 MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting

Sep 7, 2022

Registration is open until October 12th for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting. This hybrid event will be held Monday, October 17th (in-person) and Tuesday, October 18th (virtual).
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Wooden pathway winding between trees with green leaves

MDL opens new 2022-2023 project year

Aug 16, 2022

The Minnesota Digital Library is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 project year.
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Neatly piled pyramids of apples in a large room with lots of light being looked at by white men in dark suits.

New MDL Content: State Fair Images from the Minnesota State Horticultural Society

Jul 27, 2022

The Minnesota State Horticultural Society recently added over 200 photographs to their collection in the Minnesota Digital Library, including many from past Minnesota State Fairs.
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Pro-Prohibition pamphlet entitled A Dry State

New MDL Content: Prohibition Materials from the Norwegian-American Historical Association

Jul 13, 2022

A new group of Prohibition-related materials was recently added to the Norwegian-American Historical Association's collection in the Minnesota Digital Library.
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Black velvet lined box  filled with fifty examples of glass eyeballs

Another Minitex Conversation for June: Weird and Wonderful Collections Objects

Jun 15, 2022

On Tuesday, June 28th at 11 am, MDL Outreach Coordinator Molly Huber and the American Swedish Institute's Collections Manager Inga Theissen will host Minitex Conversations: Weird and Wonderful Collections Objects. At this event, they will virtually share unusual and interesting objects from the collections they work with and then open up the discussion for attendees to share information about weird and wonderful items they are responsible for.
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A photo of Jolie Graybill above the North Dakota State University logo.

Minitex bids farewell to Jolie Graybill

Jun 6, 2022

Jolie Graybill has departed Minitex to become Dean of Libraries at North Dakota State University. Minitex thanks her for her leadership of the Digital Initiatives & Metadata Education unit and wishes her well as she embarks on this new endeavor.
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A photo of sunglasses with an elongated shadow from the bright sun.

Learn at the library: Macular degeneration

May 27, 2022

I wanted to learn more about macular degeneration after a recent visit to the ophthalmologist, and I found what I was looking for in less than fifteen minutes by searching eLibrary Minnesota, MNLINK, Ebooks Minnesota, and the Minnesota Digital Library.
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A table covered in a white tablecloth with the MDL logo on the front. The top  of the table has MDL promotional print materials and branded blue and green pop-it fidget toys

Minnesota Digital Library staff attend 2022 MALHM Annual Conference

May 19, 2022

Minnesota Digital Library staff attended the Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums Annual Conference on April 24-26. While there, they connected with MDL contributors and gained some key insights from the conference sessions.
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Large sign for Diamondhead Mall with text about passport photos, special coupons, and the Diamondhead Cleaners

New MDL Content: Suburban photos from the Dakota County Historical Society

May 11, 2022

The Dakota County Historical Society continues to add to its MDL collection with a second set of early suburban photos by noted editor and newspaper photographer Del Stelling.