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July 4

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August 21

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Back to school, back to business
September 2015

Tips for Searching for Interlibrary Loan Materials
June/ July 2015

State Library e-resources are every hero's secret weapon
May, 2015

There's still time to register for "Digging Deeper into Primary Sources"
March, 2015

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

"Digging Deeper into Primary Sources" aids teachers, librarians, historians, genealogists
February, 2015

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

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

SD State Library hits the road with digital documents & e-resources
September, 2013

Library Institute keeps me learning new things
August, 2013

Genealogy eResources—where history is new
May, 2013

Community collaboration: Brookings Public Library and the Brookings Area Genealogical Society
May, 2013

Still time to register for Indian Ed Summit Library Pre-Conference, and upcoming events from the State Library!
September, 2012

Help your patrons find answers in genealogy resources
August, 2012

New tools to dig for your roots and grow your family tree
May, 2012

Ancestry releases new interface and other genealogy news
April, 2011

Helping genealogy researchers at your library
March, 2011

January Continuing Education Opportunities
January, 2011

Plunge into ProQuest’s new platform
January, 2011

Continuing Education Opportunities
October, 2010

Shake your family tree with AncestryLibrary and HeritageQuest
October, 2010

Who do you think you are?
April, 2010

Board Talk: Custer
March, 2010

AncestryLibrary and HeritageQuest answer family trivia questions
Dec/ January, 2010






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