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Andrew Jay Berner

library director , writer

Andrew Jay Berner, American library director, writer. Fellow Special Libraries Association (chair, chair-elect museum, arts and humanities division 1990-1992, president-elect, president New York chapter 1994-1996, bylaws chair, public relations chair, director awards); member Century Association, Grolier Club.

Background

Berner, Andrew Jay was born on April 5, 1952 in Bronx, New York, United States. Son of Bernard and Phyllis (Stern) Berner.

Education

Bachelor in History cum laude, Herbert H. Lehman College, 1974. Master of Arts in History, Herbert H. Lehman College, 1979. Master of Science in Library and Information Science, Pratt Institute, 1982.

Career

Teacher New York City Board Education, New York, 1979-1982. Assistant library The University Club Library., New York City, 1982-1984, associate library, 1984-1986, acting director, 1986-1987, director, 1987-1993, director, curator of collections, since 1993. Co-founder, director OPL Resources, Ltd., 1984-1999.

Works

book The Best of Opl/II: Selected Readings from the One-Person Library 1989-1994 book The Best of Opl: Five Years of the One Person Library book The Best of Opl/II: Selected Readings from the One-Person Library 1989-1994 book Treasures of the University Club

Membership

Fellow Special Libraries Association (chair, chair-elect museum, arts and humanities division 1990-1992, president-elect, president New York chapter 1994-1996, bylaws chair, public relations chair, director awards). Member Century Association, Grolier Club.