From research butterfly to scholarly services.
Engineer of automation
Creating exhibits to entice the viewer
How do you keep 2.5 million books in order?
How do you set up the online catalog for searching success?  
How can architecture and design inform library spaces?
How do you preserve rare books for the present AND the future?
How do you understand the journey a historical object has taken?
Helping students appreciate the complexity of the human record.
How is cataloging similar to philosophy and engineering?
Shedding light on Cornell's most amazing hidden collections.  
How do you combine your creative passion with your professional life? Who she is: Danielle Mericle, director of the Digital Media Group
How do you find your dream job at the Kheel Center? Who she is: Cheryl Beredo, director of the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives
How do you help build the Library's next-generation search experience? Who he is: Nick Cappadona, interface designer at Mann Library
What's it like to curate a collection, start to finish? Who she is: Tracey Snyder, assistant music librarian
How do you choose the right words to make music findable? Who she is: Beth Kelly, music cataloger
How can the Library take digital projects to the next level?
Can YOU do your job in four different languages? Who she is: Apikanya (“M”) McCarty, original cataloger. Original catalogers provide detailed descriptions of library resources using international standards, so that people can find them when they’re searching in the Library’s online catalog or on the web.
What do a librarian and an air traffic controller have in common? Who he is: Ken Bolton, research librarian at the School of Hotel Administration What he does: A little bit of everything. Reference, teaching, outreach, collection development, and anything else that might come up.
Seeing an outsider's perspective through the eyes of a librarian/anthropologist... Who she is: Gabriela Castro Gessner, research and assessment analyst