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Catalogs and Bibliographies
General Reference Sources
General Reference Works
Gateways & Megasites
InfoNOW is the fee-based document delivery and research service from the University of Minnesota Libraries. InfoNOW supports the document and research needs of legal, health care, technology, consulting, and numerous other fields. What we offer: -Immediate access to more than 80,000 journals and 7 million volumes -Personalized work with expert researchers and information professionals -Web-based system to submit and track requests -Standard and expedited service levels -Committed to client satisfaction and confidentiality Through InfoNOW, the vast resources of the University of Minnesota Libraries and supplemental resources from around the world are available to our clients.
Minnesota Reflections is a collection of more than 6,000 digital images of Minnesota prior to 1908, representing the first 50 years of statehood. The images were contributed by about 60 libraries, archives, museums, and historical societies from all corners of the state. This is the first collection of images produced by the Minnesota Digital Library Coalition. Future additions will include documents that have played an important role in Minnesota history.
This combined catalog of the library resources of the state offers a wealth of materials which can be borrowed through the electronic InterLibrary Loan form on the University Libraries' home page. MnLINK also allows selective searching in specific libraries or regions, making it possible to locate materials in public libraries in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area that are within commuting range of the University's campuses.
Style Manuals and Writing Guides
Free web-based bibliographic citation software developed for Firefox browsers that is useful for organizing your research sources, creating bibliographies and sharing sources with others. Zotero will capture bibliographic information and links to documents found on websites or library databases. See the brief tutorials for Getting Started. or view the library workshop Zotero Basics.