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The Shelving Area

It’s that time of the year folks – a deluge of books from graduate students, parents, and School for Children classrooms is about to hit the Library’s shelving area. All librarians and support staff will be shelving like crazy for

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Mini Lessons

The library wants to offer a variety of workshops to help students and faculty get research and teaching jobs done more efficiently. We’ve been listening to common requests and are planning to offer small group workshops on the following: Making

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New Photocopiers

That’s right, we have two brand new black and white photocopiers. The new machines, Toshiba e-studio 455 are chocker-block full of features. One that we are excited about is being able to scan in color to a usb flash drive.

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Children’s Library Is Finished!

The books are back on the shelves and the Children’s Room is ready for the new school year.

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Painting Finished… Books Going Back

Click on the photos to see them larger. The Library is open this week 9-5 except we are closed Friday and Saturday. Painting is finished and new carpeting has been installed in the front of the library and the Children’s

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Progress is Being Made!

Next step, install the shelving and bring back the books!

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Construction Has Begun

As you can see, the Children’s Room has been emptied as construction begins in the Library. The Children’s Room is getting new carpeting and a sprinkler system.

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Good Luck Maura

After spending a year with us looking after the children’s library while Lisa was on sabbatical, Maura is moving on to greener pastures. We’re all going to miss her and wish her all the best with her new assignment as

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Donate Blood Now…

Have you thought about donating blood? Apparently summer is the time when blood donations are needed more than ever. With this in mind Bank Street staff have organized a blood mobile to be in front of the college (610 West

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The Heavy Duty Stapler

The last day of summer session is always frantic and last Thursday night (the end of session 1) felt particularly so. Printers whirred, hole punches and staplers clicked but what was absent from the din was the clunk of the

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New discovery in an old passport-President John Niemeyer's 1955 vacation to Cuba #tbt #bankstreetarchives Pop up creation from our Writers Lab Mini-Con this morning. Paper engineers are awesome. Thanks to our great teacher Becca Zerkin! #cclminicon3 #paperengineer #popup Big books! #tbt 1978 "Why are we engaged in changing our system of measure?" Wow, there is a lot about the metric system that I did not know. #bankstreetarchives #metricmeasurement #bankstreetpublications Our big books in their new, more browser friendly, home. Come check them out across from the reference desk. #bigbooks #bankstreetlibrary It's #nationalpoetrymonth! Come to the library to check out a few of our favorites and add some favorite poets or poems of your own. #poems #poetry #bulletinboards Wonder Woman Series 10th Anniversary Library display. Wonder Woman series by Nina Jaffe. Photo of children's painting, 1982 #tbt #bankstreetarchives #bankstreetschoolforchildren #kidart
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