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Preferred Vendors: Library Specific

American Library Association, Office for Diversity, Literacy & Outreach Services
The American Library Association, Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services provides resources, tools, and professional development opportunities for library workers of all kinds. Visit our space for access to free toolkits, information about the Spectrum Scholarship Program, literacy resources, and more.

Book Systems, Inc.
Book Systems, a progressive Library Automation and Textbook Management provider, offers Atriuum, our Web-based Library Automation Solution. Atriuum allows you to access your centralized database quickly and easily from anywhere using a browser. Atriuum’s automation tools manage your library with intuitive features such as automated searching, circulation, inventory and cataloging. We also offer full-service conversions, dedicated customer support, and training for our products.

Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center
The Carlisle Indian Industrial School, organized by Richard Henry Pratt in 1879, was the first federally-managed, off-reservation boarding school for Native American children and young adults. The Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center represents an effort to aid the research process of Carlisle descendants and scholars by bringing together, in digital format, a variety of materials that are physically preserved in various locations around the country. Through this online resource, we seek to increase knowledge and understanding of the school and its complex legacy, while also facilitating efforts to tell the stories of the roughly 8,000 students who were sent there between 1879 and 1918.

Health Sciences Libraries, University of Minnesota
The Health Sciences Libraries at the University of Minnesota are a designated Outreach Library of the the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Greater Midwest Region (NNLM/GMR), and aid the GMR in its mission to improve awareness of and access to freely available, quality health information resources from the National Library of Medicine. Stop by to discover and explore a wide range of online health resources, especially the newly re-designed American Indian and Alaska Native Health website ( and ask about scheduling workshops available for the local community.