Five Ways to Get Started at the Libraries

Welcome to Columbia University Libraries! Whether you’re learning remotely or on campus, as a first-year student or returning, we are here to support you. Here are five easy ways to get started at the Libraries: Browse Collections Access millions of our collections online through CLIO. To request scans of print materials, look for the “Scan” […]

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Collection Services Librarian Jeffrey Wayno Teaches Students Crucial Skills

Through an impressive variety of events, workshops, resources, and services, the Libraries aim to “push the boundaries of human knowledge” and provide students with as many necessary skills as possible, says former postdoctoral research scholar and current Collection Services Librarian at The Burke Library, Jeffrey Wayno. […]

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Head of Research Data Services Jeremiah Trinidad-Christensen Connects with the Columbia Community

Jeremiah Trinidad-Christensen, who heads the Libraries’ Research Data Services group, engages with Columbia students and faculty on the cutting edge of their disciplines, challenging, inspiring, and surprising him in their varied approaches to research. […]

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Meet Janina Marquordt, Bibliographic Assistant at Diamond Law Library

“My name is Janina Marquordt and I work in technical services, which includes a wide range of tasks and a whole lot of expertise in different areas in order to make materials available through the Libraries. I love being part of that extensive process. Also, as an immigrant, I love learning about different languages and cultures […]

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Meet Emily Holmes, Assistant Director of Preservation Reformatting

“My name is Emily Holmes and my expertise extends to all areas of library preservation, with an emphasis on reformatting and digitizing the Libraries’ collections. My favorite part of my career is being able to make Columbia’s world-renowned collections available to people all over the world through digitization and preservation. I also value the opportunity to teach preservation to the next generation […]

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