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Last chance to register for Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training

Mar 10, 2021

Register by March 14th for the Minnesota Digital Library Standardized Rights Statements Implementation Training, taking place on Tuesday, March 16th from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
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MDL offers December rights statements implementation training

Nov 17, 2020

The Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) is offering rights statements implementation training virtually on Tuesday, December 8th from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. Join us for this free and open event to learn more about how to apply standardized rights statements to digital items in your collection.
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Recap of March 13th rights workshop and plans for future training

Mar 20, 2020

On Friday, March 13th, we held a training event at Minitex for colleagues interested in learning about standardized rights statements and how to apply them. A small but engaged group joined us and together we reviewed the statements from rightsstatements.org and worked through examples from Minnesota Reflections and the University of Minnesota's collections. Our participants found that applying rights statements is often easier than you think!

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Save the date for the March 2020 rights implementation workshop!

Feb 3, 2020

Why is this Minitex meeting room empty? Because we want you to help us fill it on Friday, March 13th for the next in our series of rights statements implementation workshops.

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Implementing Rights Statements at the Northtown Public Library

Dec 10, 2019

Despite the chilly day, there was a nice-sized group of people in attendance at the rights statements implementation training event on Friday, December 6th at the Northtown Public Library in Blaine. Participants at the event learned about the rights statements, why they are important, and how they help users by providing helpful descriptive information about the rights status of their digital items.

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MDL Workshop: Rights Statements and your Digital Collection

Dec 3, 2019

Curious about copyright and rights status as it applies to digital collections? Want to learn more about the standardized rights statements developed by rightsstatements.org? If you would like to learn more, we are hosting a training event about rights statements on Friday, December 6th at the Anoka County Library-Northtown in Blaine.

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Getting Started with Rights Statements at Northtown Library

Nov 5, 2019

On Friday, December 6th Anoka County Library - Northtown will be the site of another of our training events for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation.

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Second chance to attend a Rights Statements event with MDL!

Jul 31, 2019

We are hosting another of our training events for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation. It will be on Thursday, August 15th at the Kathryn A. Martin Library at the University of Minnesota Duluth, and it is open to the public and free of charge. Learn more and register here.

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Registration is open for 2019 summer Rights Statements implementation training

Jul 2, 2019

We are hosting two training events this summer for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation. The first, on Monday, July 22nd will be held at the Washburn Public Library in Minneapolis, and the second, on Thursday, August 15th, is at the Kathryn A. Martin Library at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Both are open to the public and are free of charge. 

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Save the dates for the 2019 summer rights statements implementation workshops

Jun 17, 2019

Save the dates! We are hosting two workshops for those who want to learn more about standardized rights statements and their implementation this summer. The first, on Monday, July 22nd will be held at the Washburn Public Library in Minneapolis, and the second, on Thursday, August 15th, is at the Kathryn A. Martin Library at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Both are open to the public and are free of charge.