Here’s another installment in the in-house marketing campaign at the libraries of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. It follows last year’s Halloween-style theme, which produced posters such as this one: (Those won us the team Honorable Mention for Outstanding Public Relations Efforts from the American Library Association.) Librarian Sarah Gewirtz told Read more

Assistant professor Allison Quam of the Darrell W. Krueger Library at Winona State University writes in American Libraries magazine about the success of the Winona Newspaper Project, which has created digital archives of four Winona newspapers: Since the library began tracking usage in 2007, the Winona Newspaper Project has had over 46,000 visits from more Read more

One of St. John’s medieval Spanish Bibles Scholars at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library at St. John’s University recently realized that the microfilm copies the library has of two early medieval Spanish Bibles are actually the only ones in existence. That’s big stuff, considering that the Bibles, Codex Complutensis I and Codex Complutensis II, were practically destroyed during the Spanish Civil War Read more