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Andrea Puccio

Andrea Puccio is an assistant museum librarian in the Thomas J. Watson Library.

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The Gifts That Keep on Giving: Digital Contemporary Art Catalogues at Watson Library

Andrea Puccio, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library; and Tina Lidogoster, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library

Posted: Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Since 2001, Watson Library has been growing an unparalleled collection of contemporary exhibition catalogues thanks to the generosity of galleries around the world. Our collection of over fifteen thousand print catalogues spans sixty countries, with more than thirty languages represented. Many artists featured in these catalogues have little else published about them, making these publications a vital resource for researching or discovering emerging artists.

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Watson Corrals Fort Worth

William Blueher, Metadata and Collections Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library; Tamara Fultz, Associate Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library; Dana Hart, Manager, Thomas J. Watson Library; Andrea Puccio, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library; and Daniel Starr, Associate Chief Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library

Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

A couple weeks ago, a number of Watson librarians descended on Fort Worth for the 2015 Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) Conference. We were there to share ideas and innovations from the previous year, as well as visit some of Fort Worth's fantastic art museums. Wining and dining is, of course, part of any good conference, and Watson attendees took part in their fair share of Fort Worth's food and drink. Presented here are a few highlights from the trip.

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Thank You Very Much, Mr. Roboto

Andrea Puccio, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library; and Catherine Paolillo, Senior Library Associate, Thomas J. Watson Library

Posted: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

In early June Watson Library unveiled a new digital sign-in "book" to help us get a better picture of who is using the library. Attendance statistics provide a concrete, rather than an anecdotal, portrait of who is using the library, where they're coming from, and what their research needs are. This information can then be used to tailor our outreach efforts, direct our collection development, and improve or adapt our reader services. Though we have always had data on new users when they register for a reader's card, it is only now that we can track information about who is actually in the library at any given time.

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