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July 4

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July 30

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August 18

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August 21

Women's Equality Day
August 26

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E-resources provide holiday fun and information
October, 2015

Measuring outcomes shows the good that you do!
September 2015

Who is IMLS?
September 2015

School librarians: the SDSL research department is here for you!
September 2015

SIRS Discoverer gets a makeover
August 2015

Invest in staff and resources related to greater use of services, national statistics show
August, 2015

Sara Wylie retires
June/July 2015

What makes a library special?
June/ July 2015

Board Talk: Who is IMLS?
June/July 2015

Western Dakota Tech Library Technician Program offers opportunities for learning
May, 2015

State Library plans additional digitization projects
May, 2015

Our MakerSpace journey
May, 2015

sage knowledge buttonState Library introduces SAGE Knowledge eBooks
April, 2015

Public Libraries Survey FY2014 closed
April, 2015

Heritage Quest and World Book offer new look and functionality
March, 2015

New feature lets you take AncestryLibrary research home
November/ December, 2014

SIRS Discoverer enhances elementary research
October, 2014

Loleta D. Fyan Grant
October, 2014

New e-resources features made available
June/ July, 2014

Finding health information: how do I know it's not hogwash?
May, 2014

Harrisburg Elementary Students Take a Journey with Mango Languages
May, 2014

Finding statistical data amid the government shutdown
November, 2013

Digital Gizmos: Diigo and Symbaloo
November, 2013

New in Gale Virtual Reference: Content on Novels, Decades, Movies, News and More!
August 2013

Data sources abound
August 2013

World Book Student now available for iPad!
April, 2013

Get Ready for the "4th R" with State Library Materials
April, 2013

Pro QuestPower search with ProQuest
February, 2013

Reference resources for legal assistance and federal publications
November, 2012

More on school libraries, research and Common Core
November, 2012

Reference Resources: State Agency Databases and Indian Territory Records
October, 2012

Check out for answers to obscure reference questions
September, 2012

Tips for rethinking collections and reference services
August, 2012

What's happening in Reference Services?
May, 2012

Putting the new School Library Standards into action: Part 4
April, 2012

SDSL RACE Webinars
February, 2012

Research staff updates the South Dakota Grant Directory
October, 2011

Reference to the Rescue highlights resources
June, 2011

Reference to the Rescue: a RACE webinar
May, 2011

Danger: your reference collection could be outdated
April, 2011

Research services keep pace with legislative session
March, 2011

Happy New Year from the Research Services Department
January, 2011

November Continuing Education Opportunities
November/ December, 2010

Helpful research and standards from the East Coast
June, 2010

How can the Research staff help you and your patrons?
May, 2010

Research goes beyond the border
April, 2010

Beneath this tombstone lies…
March, 2010
For over 100 years, researchers and students alike relied on the "Reader's Guide" as the ultimate index of subjects covered in popular US magazines and newspapers.

In Focus: Sara Wylie
February, 2010
Meet Sara Wylie, one of the Reference Associates at the South Dakota State Library

In Focus: Barb Nickolas
Dec/ January, 2010
Meet Barb Nickolas, the Government Publications Associate at the South Dakota State Library

In Focus: Patsy Kringel
October, 2009
Meet Patsy Kringel, one of the Reference Associates at the South Dakota State Library

More resources in the news
September, 2009

History Day Projects Going Digital
May, 2009

In Focus: Brenda Hemmelman
February, 2009
Meet the new Research/Gov Docs Librarian at the South Dakota State Library.






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