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Minitex News articles tagged with "Resource Sharing" (132):


A Q&A with our newest Minitex staff member, Allison Hansen

Oct 27, 2021

Get acquainted with our newest Minitex Resource Sharing staff member, Allison Hansen.
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Thank you for the thank-yous!

Oct 19, 2021

We receive so many fun thank-yous in materials we've sent out that we thought we'd share our appreciation back!
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Need to Chill? Take a Walk!

Jan 13, 2021

A little snow doesn't mean you can't put on your boots and go for a walk. Jessica Manner explains why it helps to brave the cold and keep moving during this Minnesota winter.
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Minitex accepting and processing returns

Jul 15, 2020

Returns are currently being processed on-site by Minitex Referral Processing staff.

Restarting the Minitex courier service

Jun 12, 2020

Every week, Minitex receives questions about restarting the courier service. We are eager to start in a manner that is safe for library staff and patrons, and as orderly as possible. Planning is in full force, and Minitex delivery staff began going back into the office on a part-time basis starting this week.


Experiences with Library Juice: Professional development opportunities from home

Jun 2, 2020

Alyssa Chermak and Rudi Brockfeld share their recent experiences with Library Juice Academy, an online professional development platform offering courses on a wide array of library-related skills. 


Meatless in Minnesota?

May 15, 2020

Need some resources as a first-time meatless cook? Nicole Masika and Jessica Manner take on the meat shortages head on with some cookbook recommendations.


Update on University of Alberta

May 14, 2020

University of Alberta will no longer be filling requests for Minitex. Click for further details. 


The science of well-being: Exercise and sleep

May 12, 2020

In this multi-part series, Jessica Manner spotlights a different quality of the human well-being against the backdrop of today's complicated climate. 


Escape to the world of gaming

May 5, 2020

Gaming is thriving during the pandemic. A new virtual world is just a few button presses (or clicks) away and can provide a healthy escape from the confines of the current reality.