Reference and Research
|A portal to Minnesota’s online resources, this is 1-click to MnLink, ELM databases, images of Minnesota, 24/7 Ask a Minnesota librarian service, and a research project calculator.|
MN Department of Health — Actively updated information on the coronavirus.
Addiction Resource — Addiction Resource was founded in 2014 to provide a community for those recovering from addiction and to help
patients find the highest quality care for a successful recovery.
MNsure — New, one-stop health insurance marketplace where Minnesotans can find and compare health plans, and choose the coverage that fits their needs.
MedlinePlus — Health information from the National Library of Medicine
HealthFinder — Reliable health information from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Women’s Health — Info, issues, and advice from the National Women’s Health Resource Center
Merck Manual — Access to the world’s most widely used medical textbook
Minnesota State Courts Self-Help Center — Intended for people who need to handle a legal problem in a Minnesota District Court. Includes links to court forms and legal information
FindLaw.Com — Searchable online legal database
Law Help — Helps low-income Minnesotans solve civil legal problems
Law Moose — The Minnesota Legal Web
Minnesota Digital Library/Minnesota Reflections — Search more then 5,000 historical images from archives around the state
MN State and County Quick Facts — Demographic info from the US Census Bureau, quick and easy!
Positively Minnesota – Department of Employment and Economic Development
Minnesota.gov — Navigate your state and find what you’re looking for on our state portal.
Federal Government — USA.gov, the Federal Government’s site. Direct links to federal agencies, Census Bureau, National Archives, the White House, state government and more
Statutes, Session Laws, and Rules— Statutes, session laws, and rules from the Minnesota State Legislature
Statistical Abstract of the United States— Statistics about age, transportation, mortality, family, education and many other subjects. Statistics are gathered by the federal government and many private agencies
United States Government Manual— Official handbook of the federal government providing information on the agencies of the legislative, judicial and executive branches as well as quasi-official agencies, international organizations, boards, commissions and committees.
Careers in Medical & Health — Explore today’s highest-paying and fastest-growing careers in healthcare, and see how working with patients can steer you toward a career that’s meaningful to you.
Minnesota Work Force Center — resources and services needed for job search, career planning and training
Minnesota Works – search for job openings, contact employers by email, and apply online
Unemployment Insurance Minnesota – get information and apply for benefits online
Occupational Outlook Handbook: – Defines hundreds of job categories, possible earnings, education/training needed, working conditions, and job prospects
Online Education and E-Learning Excellence: – A student’s guide to online education, from getting started to graduation.
Online Medical Assistant Schools & Programs
Day By Day Storytimes Online:You and your child can embark on an adventure together through books and reading and many fun-filled activities every day of the year by accessing the resources available for free from this website.
TAX FORMS AND INFORMATION:
Minnesota Department of Revenue
Federal — Internal Revenue Service
Care.com – Senior care resource for those seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones.
United Way of West Central Minnesota — Connects you to over 40,000 community resources