Regina Vitiello
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☆.。.:* I’m Regina Vitiello.。.:*☆

I work in The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium. I train interns to image, barcode, transcribe, and georeference these collections. I help setup volunteers and select notable specimens.

I am enrolled in an MLS program at Queens College. I feel the topics of library and information studies are in line with my interests to preserve knowledge and serve the public.

When I am not working and going to classes, I answer questions and direct visitors at Astor Hall information desk in the NYPL Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Saturdays. I provide information about the history of the library and NYPL programming in its 89 branches.

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Did you know:

  • Reference librarians in the nation's public and academic libraries answer nearly 6.6 million questions weekly.
  • Americans go to school, public, and academic libraries more than three times as frequently as they go to the movies.
  • There are more public libraries than Starbucks in America.
  • In 2013, there were 1.5 billion in-person visits to public libraries across the US, the equivalent of more than 4 million visits each day. That's 2,854 per minute.

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