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Gateway Library Events: 2020 National Library Week

Join Us Online! Celebrate National Library Week
with the Gateway Community College Library & Learning Commons April 19 -  25, 2020

Rachael Schettenhelm Professor of Developmental Math

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Rachael Schettenhelm
Professor of Developmental Math, First Year Studies

Liz Keefe, Professor of English

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Liz Keefe, Professor of English
Academic Discipline Coordinator, First Year Studies

Sandy Mastropetre Academic Advisor

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Sandy Mastropetre
Academic Advisor,
Student Success Center

Kat Ahern, Interim Director of Advising and Retention

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Kat Ahern, Interim Director of Advising and Retention
Student Success Center

Lillian Maisfehlt, Reference & Instruction Librarian

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Lillian Maisfehlt, Reference & Instruction Librarian
Information Literacy Instruction Coordinator
Gateway Library

Jian Yang, Reference & Instruction Librarian

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Jian Yang, Reference & Instruction Librarian

Gateway Library

Kathleen Murphy, Professor of Business

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Kathleen Murphy, Professor of Business

Business Education

Pam Campbell, Reference & Instruction Librarian

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Pam Campbell, Reference & Instruction Librarian

Gateway Library

Lisa Corbeil, Secretary, Writing Center

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Lisa Corbeil, Secretary, Writing Center

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Beth Rogers-Ho, Reference & Instruction Librarian
Gateway Library

Martha Lipowski Director of Library, Gateway Library

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Martha Lipowski
Director of Library Services, Gateway Library

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The theme for National Library Week 2020, "Find your place at the library," was chosen some time ago, before any of us could imagine the emergence of a global pandemic that would force most libraries to temporarily close their physical spaces.  But you can still find your place at the library because libraries are open for business online, providing the virtual services and digital content their communities need more than ever. You can access ebooks, movies, music, video games, virtual storytimes and activities, and so much more — all from the comfort of your home. (from ALA website)

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