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Minitex News articles tagged with "Rights" (6):

MDL Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training is being held on October 18th from 1:30-3:30 pm

It's Not Too Late! Join Us for Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training

Oct 15, 2021

The Minnesota Digital Library is offering a free webinar on standardized rights statements implementation for digital collections on Monday, October 18th at 1:30 pm.
A green border around a light blue block with green and yellow figures. There is white text with information about the Standardized Rights Statements Training on August 17th from 10 am to 12 pm.

Join the club at the August Standardized Rights Statements Training

Jul 22, 2021

The Minnesota Digital Library is offering Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training via a free webinar on Tuesday, August 17th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

New MDL webpage and introductory videos on implementing rights statements in Minnesota Reflections

Apr 30, 2019

Want to know more about rights statements? The rights statements project team has put together a new resource webpage, located in the Standards and Best Practices section of the MDL website. It contains an overview of the project, and access to a variety of training materials and resources. 


Minitex at DPLAfest 2019

Mar 8, 2019

DPLAfest 2019 is just around the corner! There are dozens of sessions and programs available to attendees during the convention, which takes place April 17-18, 2019 in Chicago. For those of you who will be attending, here are the sessions featuring Minitex programs and staff members.


MDL staff attend DPLAfest

Apr 25, 2017

Minnesota Digital Library staff members attended the Digital Public Library of America's DPLAfest held in Chicago, April 20-21. Greta Bahnemann, Metadata Librarian, presented as part of a panel session on metadata for digital collections along with staff from the Arizona Memory Project. Together they shared tips on dealing with common problems and provided updates on recent projects at each DPLA service hub. The session was also highlighted in American Libraries. Molly Huber, Outreach Coordinator, coordinated a panel session that was comprised of staff from the Digital Library of Georgia, Illinois Digital Heritage, University of Miami, Washington University in St. Louis, and Penn State.