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Flash exhibition: Shakespeare at 450!

For one day only, the Library is putting all four folio editions of William Shakespeare's plays -- the earliest published collections of his work, all printed in the 17th century and now among the most important books in all of world literature -- on display to commemorate the 450th anniversary of the Bard's birth. First folios

Staff profile: Patrizia Sione

Helping students appreciate the complexity of the human record.

Who she is: Patrizia Sione, research archivist at the Kheel Center, which is part of the the Hotel, Labor and Management Library.

Staff profile: Chew Chiat Naun

How is cataloging similar to philosophy and engineering?

Who he is: Chew Chiat Naun, director of cataloging and metadata services

Staff profile: Rhea Garen

Shedding light on Cornell's most amazing hidden collections.

Who she is: Rhea Garen, Media Associate in Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services

Staff profile: Pedro Arroyo

How do you set up the online catalog for searching success?

Who he is: Pedro Arroyo, acquisitions coordinator for Library Technical Services (LTS)

Staff profile: Jim DelRosso

How can the Library take digital projects to the next level?

Who he is: I'm the digital projects coordinator for the Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library. This coming year, I’m also one of the Digital Scholarship Fellows.

Staff profile: Danielle Mericle

How do you combine your creative passion with your professional life?

Who she is: Danielle Mericle, director of the Digital Media Group

Staff profile: Beth Kelly

How do you choose the right words to make music findable?

Who she is: Beth Kelly, music cataloger