New E-Handouts Support Remote Learning and Teach New Research Methods and Skills

Written by Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque. Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque uploaded several e-handouts to Academic Commons for use by the Columbia University community and beyond. The learning materials were originally created to accompany four popular virtual workshops hosted by the Libraries, Let’s Use […]

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Meet Kaneisha, who collaborates with Columbia’s First-Generation, Low-Income (FLI) Network to provide access to course materials from the Libraries’ collections

Q: What was your transition from in-person work in Butler Library to remote work like? Describe your typical day while working from home. I’m not sure I had a transition from in-person work in Butler Library to remote work in New Jersey. We transitioned to full remote work until further notice just two or three […]

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Meet Eamon, who helps faculty, staff, and students connect directly with expert librarians remotely through the Ask a Librarian service

Q: What was your transition from in-person work to remote work like? Describe your typical day while working from home. It was a very abrupt transition! I had the chance to get some items from my office before remote work began, but I started working from home on March 16 and didn’t set foot on […]

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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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