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  • Ebooks Minnesota for informational and pleasure reading from homeRecorded Event
    With libraries closed all over the state, country, and world, we currently need to utilize digital resources to their fullest. That is why, now, more than ever, Ebooks Minnesota is a vital resource f...
  • eLibrary Minnesota resources for eLearningRecorded Event
    With libraries closed all over the state, country, and world, we currently need to utilize digital Resources to their fullest. That is why, now, more than ever, eLibrary Minnesota (ELM) is a vital re...
  • eLibrary MN (ELM) OverviewRecorded Event
    Are you new to eLibrary MN, also known as ELM? Have you heard of it but never used it? Have you used it in the past, but not for quite a while? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pl...
  • Google Extensions: Helpful Hacks for the Chrome ExperienceRecorded Event
    Google Extensions, for use with Chromebooks and the Chrome browser, are part of a rising trend. Schools and libraries are turning more toward Google for Education and Chromebooks as tech tools. Extens...
  • History Day 2020: Best ELM and Non-ELM ResourcesRecorded Event
    History Day research helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and reading skills. It also helps students build their self-esteem and confidence. This year's theme, Breaking Ba...
  • Introduction to the ELM Learning CenterRecorded Event
    If you are interested in learning more about how to navigate and use eLibrary Minnesota, a collection of library databases free for all in Minnesota, the ELM Learning Center is for you. This webinar w...
  • MN Writes MN Reads for TeensRecorded Event
    Do you need ideas for library programming that encourages young people to CREATE positive digital footprints by publishing and sharing their writing? This webinar will introduce you to MN Writes MN Re...
  • NISO Webinar: By Faculty and For Students: Supporting Open Educational Resources, Part 1 and 2Recorded Event
    Open Educational Resources (OER) might seem like a win/win for students and faculty alike, but adoption isn’t as straightforward as it might seem. For example, some texts may not lend themselves to be...