Inside the Librarians Studio, part1

Welcome to part 1 in a 6-part series.

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Heather Parisi is the Technical Services Librarian at Dominican University. Her main responsibilities when not giving candid interviews are cataloging, I-Share liaison and supervising acquisitions, periodicals and reserves. Ms. Parisi has been a librarian for over 15 years. She received her MLIS from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After working for a time at a public library in southeastern Wisconsin, she joined our team in 1998 and was awarded tenure in 2004. Heather is currently performing as a reference librarian on Wednesday afternoons or you can catch her act for a limited time in the Library Access Workshops offered throughout the semester.

1. What is your favorite word?

“Boolean”, it’s just fun to say

2. What is your least favorite word?

It’s a toss up between “interlocutor” and “signage”

3. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?

A room full of books

4. What turns you off?

Hypocrisy and duplicity

5. What is your favorite curse word?

Answer omitted for PG rating

6. What sound or noise do you love?

The turning of a page

7. What sound or noise do you hate?

SSSHHHHHHH!!!!!

8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?

Photographer for National Geographic

9. What profession would you not like to do?

Butcher

10. If Heaven exists, what do you think God would say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?

“Finally, someone with a sense of humor. Oh, by the way… the copier needs paper.”

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