Jonathan Koffel began working as the Bio-Medical Library's Emerging Technology and Innovation Strategist in January of this year. In this newly-developed role, Koffel will provide leadership for the Bio-Medical Library on ways to integrate new technology into the library's programming.
Three books with short story collections were featured in this episode of Read This Book! with Kaia Sievert and host Tim Johnson. The books will be featured beginning March 1 at the University of Minnesota's Wilson Library.
Minnesota Public Radio's Marianne Combs featured Penumbra Theatre, the Minnesota History Center, and the University Libraries' Umbra Search in a story that aired February...
John Coy whose most recent books are Their Great and Gap Life, is the winner of the 2017 Kerlan Award from the University of...
Joining a growing movement around the country to preserve federal research data, the University of Minnesota will be hosting DataRescue-Twin Cities on February 24-25 on its west bank campus.
The Libraries' Cecily Marcus spoke at the February 17 opening reception for "Penumbra at 40: Art, Race and a Nation on Stage" — the Minnesota History Center's wonderful new exhibit. Marcus is curator of our Givens Collection, which provided many of the materials for the exhibit.
While using a relatively new technique to safely preserve historic and brittle panoramic photos, a staff member with the University Libraries’ Collection Management and Preservation Department made an amazing — and very personal — discovery.
Students, scholars, and users from across the globe will benefit from enhanced technology, contemporary classroom space, and access to rare and special collections, thanks to a $1.5 million gift to University of Minnesota Libraries from the Wallin Foundation, a leader in advancing education.
History Professor Erika Lee discusses her latest project, the Immigration Syllabus, an online tool to help faculty, teachers, students, and the general public understand the history of immigration in the United States. The initiative is a collaboration among several faculty members and others from across the country.
I love R, Rstudio, and Rmarkdown. I particularly love the R packages ggplot2, dplyr, stringr, tidyr, haven, and diagrammeR. All of these packages make my research happen in one place in order to maximize flow and reproducibility.
Love Your Data (LYD) week is a five-day international event, coordinated by research data specialists, which celebrates and raises awareness about good data management, sharing, and preservation practices.
Veterinary Medical Librarian Andre Nault talks about raising puppies and about critical thinking — two widely different books — on this installment of "Read This Book!" from the University of Minnesota Libraries.
By Jon Jeffryes Lights, camera, action. Making your own high-quality video is now literally as easy as pushing a button in one of the four new...
Some of the University of Minnesota Libraries' rarest and most unique items pass through the hands of Christine DeZelar-Tiedman. From Civil War journals to guestbooks featuring the signatures of literary giants like Sinclair Lewis, Gertrude Stein, and Alice B. Toklas. Christine works with a team of librarians to review rare objects and make sure they are discoverable by the researchers that need them.
Program R with RStudio, GitHub, and UofM Remote Server are what keeps postdoc research associate Althea ArchMiller busy — and productive — each day, from her commute to work in the morning to her commute home at night.