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Leatherby Librarians at Home: Essraa Nawar

June 11, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

With summer well underway here in Orange County, we’re wrapping up – but only for now! – our “Leatherby Librarians at Home” blog series. Joining us to fill us in on her favorite online resources for data and her current reads, Development Librarian Essraa Nawar helps us bring the series to a great finale. 1.

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Taylor Greene

June 4, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

Continuing our Leatherby Librarians at Home series, this week we talk to Chair of Instructional Services and Performing Arts librarian Taylor Greene about great resources for checking out world-class performances from home, and tips for keeping your work and rest spaces separate. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Ivan Portillo

May 28, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

This week in the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, we’re finishing out our blog’s visit to the Rinker Health Sciences Study Commons with a conversation with health sciences librarian Ivan Portillo. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you overcome it? Currently

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Rand Boyd

May 21, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

This week in the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, Special Collections and Archives Librarian Rand Boyd talks about his favorite online resources for both his own work and students, and catches us up on his newly-rekindled love for Dashiell Hammett. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Tiana Taliep

May 14, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

For this week’s installment of the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, Archivist for the Oskar Schindler Archives Tiana Taliep shares pointers on an excellent genealogy resource, and catches us up on her quarantine reading. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Margaret Puentes

May 7, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

In this week’s installment of the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, Coordinator of Brandman University Library Services Margaret Puentes shares her tips for staying connected, and giving yourself a break while working and studying from home. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Shahrzad Khosrowpour

April 30, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

This week in the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, Coordinator of Cataloging and Gifts Shahrzad Khosrowpour shares the fantastic things she’s been reading, along with tips for making the most of studying from home. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you

Leatherby Librarians at Home: Lauren Dubell

April 23, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

This week in the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, Assessment Librarian Lauren Dubell fills us in on her remote work, her pets, and her advice for students. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you overcome it? One of the challenging aspects

Leatherby Librarians at Home: David Carson

April 15, 2020 by | Leatherby Librarians at Home

In this second installment of the Leatherby Librarians at Home blog series, we’re catching up with Brandman University Distance Education Librarian David Carson. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of working from home so far, and how did you overcome it? The most challenging aspect of working from home has been

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