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Advanced Archival Practicum Provides Real World Experience to Students

By Annie Tumino and Caitlin Colban-Waldron  A collaboration between the Department of Special Collections and Archives and the Graduate School...
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Treasures from Special Collections and Archives: QC Faculty and Staff Oral History Project 

One of the primary functions of a college archive is to preserve and make accessible a record of the school’s past – its institutional history. Over the past several years, we’ve made a concerted effort to expand another type of institutional history – our oral history collection.
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Celebrating Diversity: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. The QC Library celebrates AAPI Heritage Month with featured resources in honor of Asian American history, culture, and contributions to social diversity. 
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Dr. Peter Archer Visits Queens College Libraries 

On April 12, the Queens College Libraries hosted Dr. Peter Archer for an on-campus visit. We are happy to announce that Dr. Archer is organizing his personal papers for donation to the archives, including research documents, photographs, and mementos from his lengthy career as a musician, educator, and academic.  
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New Guide: Sexual Assault Awareness Month Resources

The QC Library observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April with a selection of resources related to awareness of sexual assault, supporting victims, and ending sexual violence. Following the lead of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, the library’s guide will focus on building safer spaces online. Thus, resources in the Library’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month Guide cover topics such as cyberstalking, revenge porn, online anti-harassment activism, and protecting your privacy online.
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Advanced Archival Practicum Provides Real World Experience to Students

Advanced Archival Practicum Provides Real World Experience to Students

By Annie Tumino and Caitlin Colban-Waldron  A collaboration between the Department of Special Collections and Archives and the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies provided students a special opportunity...
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Farewell to Alexandra deLuise – Associate Professor & Associate Librarian for Research & Instructional Services  

Farewell to Alexandra deLuise – Associate Professor & Associate Librarian for Research & Instructional Services  

After 30 years of Service to Queens College, Alexandra de Luise has decided to retire.  Alexandra began working at Queens College, Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library in 1991, as the Art Librarian.  Over the years, Alexandra has played many roles serving as the Coordinator of Instruction and more recently, Coordinator of Reference and Instruction.
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Treasures from Special Collections and Archives: QC Faculty and Staff Oral History Project 

Treasures from Special Collections and Archives: QC Faculty and Staff Oral History Project 

One of the primary functions of a college archive is to preserve and make accessible a record of the school’s past – its institutional history. Over the past several years, we’ve made a concerted effort to expand another type of institutional history – our oral history collection.
Read More
Celebrating Diversity: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

Celebrating Diversity: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. The QC Library celebrates AAPI Heritage Month with featured resources in honor of Asian American history, culture, and contributions to social diversity. 
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Dr. Peter Archer Visits Queens College Libraries 

Dr. Peter Archer Visits Queens College Libraries 

On April 12, the Queens College Libraries hosted Dr. Peter Archer for an on-campus visit. We are happy to announce that Dr. Archer is organizing his personal papers for donation to the archives, including research documents, photographs, and mementos from his lengthy career as a musician, educator, and academic.  
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Archivist Annie Tummino featured in JSTOR video

Archivist Annie Tummino featured in JSTOR video

In September 2020, the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library's Department of Special Collections and Archives launched a partnership with JSTOR to share digitized primary sources on their Open Community Collections platform...
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New Guide: Sexual Assault Awareness Month Resources

New Guide: Sexual Assault Awareness Month Resources

The QC Library observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April with a selection of resources related to awareness of sexual assault, supporting victims, and ending sexual violence. Following the lead of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, the library’s guide will focus on building safer spaces online. Thus, resources in the Library’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month Guide cover topics such as cyberstalking, revenge porn, online anti-harassment activism, and protecting your privacy online.
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QC Research Highlights: Thinking about Science 

QC Research Highlights: Thinking about Science 

Welcome to the April 2022 edition of QC Research Highlights! I’m including some articles from the sciences in this post, but I also wanted to include some works from other fields with a relationship to the scientific. All the works featured in this post deal with either physical or mental processes, or both.  
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Celebrating Diversity: Irish-American Heritage Month Resources

Celebrating Diversity: Irish-American Heritage Month Resources

Resources for Irish-American Heritage Month, by Nancy Foasberg, Librarian for Irish Studies   The QC Library celebrates Irish-American Heritage Month by gathering and presenting resources related to the Irish-American experience, and...
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Celebrating Diversity: Greek American Heritage Month

Celebrating Diversity: Greek American Heritage Month

Flag Greece March is Greek and Greek American Heritage Month.  We recognize the many contributions Greeks and Greek Americans have made and continue to make to our diverse society.   New academic conversations and...
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Wiki-Week at Queens College (4th annual edit-a-thon!)

Wiki-Week at Queens College (4th annual edit-a-thon!)

We are excited to invite announce that the Queens College Libraries will be holding a series of virtual edit-a-thons on the week of March 21. This will be our fourth annual edit-a-thon, and the second to be held virtually. 
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Celebrating Diversity: Women’s History Month Resources 

Celebrating Diversity: Women’s History Month Resources 

Resources for Women’s History Month by Nancy Foasberg, Librarian for Women and Gender Studies  The QC Library celebrates Women’s History Month in March by gathering and presenting resources related to...
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