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Hi! I'm a new member of the first floor services team. I am continuing the get to know you series. I have answered the questions below and I hope that you learn a little bit more about me. Feel free to stop by the desk and tell me about yourself. Keep your eyes open for more posts from other library workers in the future. Are you a Teachers...
Continuing the get to know you series, today we get to learn a bit more about Laura.  She's been a fixture at Gottesman since February 2010, and lives in Columbia student housing with her boyfriend who's a doctoral student in the Economics program. Are you a Teachers College student, and, if so, what are you studying? I'm not a student at TC, but I'm working on my MLIS at the
Today is Addie's turn for the spotlight.  Addie works in tech support, which is the team responsible for helping patrons with issues using the library's technology (like when a library laptop stops working, or you need help setting up for a presentation at the library), and for posting the world's headlines for your viewing ...
Continuing the get to know you series, this week we learn more about Melissa.  She has been working at Gottesman since February 2010, and lives in Queens, and if you've read any of her wonderful and fascinating Pressible posts, you may already know that she was a teacher and that she...
Continuing the get to know you series, today we get to learn a bit more about Alex.  Alex is from Baltimore, and is a student in the mathematics education program.  You will probably recognize him as he's been working at the library for a year now, and lives on campus in Whitti...
Parlor games were quite popular during the Victorian era.  One such game involved recording your answers to various questions about your personality, preferences, faults and opinions. Of course this shouldn’t surprise – people like to share things about themselves: remember the 25 random things about me fad on Facebook? I suppose the mere existence of Facebook at all is proof. Though Marcel Proust did not originate this idea, or even formulate any of the questions himself, his name has become attached to the