Library day is a time for us to recognize and celebrate the work of the people in our libraries; the people who work to make library resources available and discoverable, the people who work to make the libraries clean and safe, the people who teach about library resources and research methods, and the people who engage our libraries to learn about our resources and use them to produce new works of creativity and knowledge.
Robert Cowan's keynote remarks speak to a hopeful emergence from dark times that we may all relate to in this moment. They also blend imagination and research in a way that we love. We hope you will enjoy his tribute to libraries during National Poetry Month.
Hunter College librarians participate in a network that provides access to 24/7 chat sessions with librarians around the world. The video below shows feedback shared by online visitors after chatting with our librarians.
Margaret Bausman, Head, Social Work & Urban Public Health Library
A.J. Pathak, Health and Informatics Librarian
John Carey, Head, Health Professions Library